A trailer for the forthcoming film features former First Lady Clinton holding a tray like an obedient housewife and National Security Advisor Rice, whose image has been changed to make her appear topless with her arms crossed to protect her modesty.
It's not clear whether film company Paramount gained Clinton and Rice's permission to mock them in the promo for The Stepford Wives - which is released in America on 11 June (04) - but bosses at the firm insist they've received no complaints.
The movie - based on the original 1975 thriller by director BRYAN FORBES - is about a small town in Connecticut where it emerges the wives of the wealthy men who live there are "perfect" because they have been replaced by robots.09/06/2004 17:04
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The ex-'Top Gear' trio have a new home on Amazon Prime, and the as-yet-untitled show will be launching in 2016.
The 22 year old quit One Direction back in March, and is now making the first steps towards a solo career.
The artwork was unveiled to remember Lennon, who was assassinated in New York in 1980, his struggles to gain citizenship.
The winner will get to spend one AAA night on the set of the famous Aussie soap.
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Ben Affleck has denied the sensational report that he is a new relationship with his children’s ex-nanny...