Hillary Clinton & # 39; is going to Hollywood because she plans to start a production company with daughter Chelsea after the Netflix deal from Obamas & # 39;
- Former presidential candidate, 71, is said to make a step in the film
- Mum and daughter are said to have discussed financing shows with studios & # 39; s
- The project is said to be in the early stages and they hope to be able to focus on women's problems
- She has already worked with Steven Spielberg and helped to produce a TV program
- The Obamas already have a production company, Higher Ground Productions
- The couple unveiled a number of projects that they are preparing for Netflix in April
Hillary Clinton goes to Hollywood and plans to start a production company with daughter Chelsea, reports reports.
The former presidential candidate would visit TV and watch a movie after Barack and Michelle Obama did the same.
The mother and daughter couple are said to have talked to studios & # 39; s about funding programs & # 39; s focused on women's affairs, Bloomberg reports.
The project is in the initial phase and discussions are still ongoing.
Hillary and Chelsea, pictured in 2016, would start a production company
Hillary has already collaborated with Steven Spielberg, one of her contributors, on producing TV program The Woman & # 39; s Hour, an adaptation of the book by author Elaine Weiss
It is believed that Hillary's democrat wants to use her shows to influence the culture and it is one of several projects that the 71-year-old says they watch.
She has already worked with Steven Spielberg, one of her donors, to produce TV program The Woman & # 39; s Hour, an adaptation of the book by author Elaine Weiss.
Producer Jeffrey Katzenberg and director J.J. Abrams have also supported her in the past.
A source told Deadline: & # 39; Hillary is still very popular here and talks have been held with various studios & streamers about collaborating on projects. & # 39;
The Obamas already have a production company, Higher Ground Productions and a deal with Netflix.
The former president and the first lady would work on shows about fashion and federal bureaucracy.
And they unveiled a number of projects that they are preparing for Netflix in April, one year after the signing of a deal with the streaming platform.
The production company of the Obamas, Higher Ground Productions, has announced a total of seven films and series that Barack said to entertain but also & # 39; education, connection and inspiration for all of us & # 39 ;.
The first release of the production company is Steven Bognar and the Sundance Film Festival documentary & # 39; American Factory & # 39; by Julia Reichert about a factory in Ohio in post-industrial Ohio.
Netflix and Higher Ground also acquired Jim LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham & # 39; s & # 39; Crip Camp & # 39 ;, a documentary about a summer camp for disabled teenage boys in the early 1970s in the state of New York.
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