Butter trailer something something OLIVIA WILDE STRIPPING!

CHEAP TRAFFIC-WHORING UPDATE: The other day I made the mistake of not turning Vanessa Hudgens’ striptease into a gif, but I’m not allergic to cash-money so I won’t be making the mistake of trying not to seem pervy ever again. Celebrate my lack of integrity here.

Oh right, the movie. So it seems like we’ve been hearing about Butter forever. Written by Jason A. Micellaf, it was a Black List script about a butter-sculpting contest as an allegory for the 2008 Democratic Primaries. Directed by Jim Field Smith (She’s Out of My League), it’s been almost a year since it played the Toronto Film Festival, but I guess The Weinstein Company wanted to save it for election season. Anyway, if I’m reading this correctly, the little black orphan girl is Barack Obama, Jennifer Garner is Hillary Clinton, Ty Burrell is Bill Clinton, and Olivia Wilde is a composite of Bill Clinton’s mistresses (probably the nicest thing anyone has ever said about them). Rob Corddry is the comic relief, which makes him… Joe Biden, I guess? Yeah, let’s go with that.

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