Is Ollie Stone Back In the Saddle? And Buckaroo Banzai Obama Battles More Makeup-Wearing Pigs

The once terrific Oliver Stone hasn't made a decent movie in years, but he's hired Babe: Pig in the City farmer James Cromwell to co-star as George H. W. Bush in his epic comedy, W., alongside Josh Brolin staring as George W. Bush, the mind-blowing Thandie Newton as Condoleezza Ric, Richard "where's that guy been for the past decade" Dreyfuss as Dick Cheney, and a host of other intriguing casting picks. Could Stone finally be BACK from the brink? The trailer gives us hope:


While you wait with bated breath for Stone to flop or fly, have some Dr. Zaius Zaius Nation funtime, as Captain America Dick Cheney liberates a village....


.... McCain and Palin launch their Plan 9 From Outer Space ....






















.... Miss Alaska rocks her body while the McMaverick yucks it up in a tux ....


... and a heroic Obama-man adventures across the 8th dimension.


NOW, BACK TO YOUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED LIPSTICKS AND PIGS:

"Yup, still a pig," from Glockoma's photostream.


"Lipstick on a Pig (Nob Hill Bar & Grill Style)," from Tom Turnbull's photostream.


A kid's story in which a "White House Pet arrives.... An Alaskan pig...," from PLANALP's photostream.


"He's right, you know. It's still a pig," from bitrot's photostream.


"Is Sarah Palin an Enemy or Hero of Feminism," asks this pic from jerm9ine's photostream.


Lipstick on a hairy pig, via Zorboard.com and FreakingNews.com.


Bush says, "Whoa, I'm gonna need more lipstick [for this Military budget]" in this Daryl Cagle MSNBC comic, found by aggybird.


Read Shlomster's A Writer's Guilt / Gilt / Guild post, "From Bitch to Swine, or: Am I in Hot Water Yet?"