By Chris Spargo For Dailymail. The producers behind the upcoming Fox News expose Bombshell are revealing that they spoke to 20 individuals who have connections to Fox News before starting work on the upcoming film. That non-disclosure agreement did not stop Juliet Huddy however, who shared her story with screenwriter Charles Randolph.
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Former Fox News host Juliet Huddy bashed Fox News over the weekend and accused the news network of engaging in a misinformation campaign to mislead viewers about the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. Huddy, who spent nearly two decades with Fox News, said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday that Fox News is an "agenda-driven network," agreeing with show host Brian Stelter that Fox News is hiding "damning evidence" against the president in order to screw viewers' perceptions. And they're banking on the fact that everyone is going to stick with them and not go outside the lines. Huddy also claimed that Americans who support the president and oppose impeachment are uninformed of the facts because what "they're getting is curated by a very specific agenda-driven narrative, and that is the right," citing Fox News viewers and Americans who read Breitbart.
The film centres on accusations of sexual harassment levelled at the former chief executive Roger Ailes by Fox News employees, while also depicting a toxic workplace culture imbued with sexism and secrecy. This is a world where women bow to the male gaze. Charlize Theron, playing the anchor Megyn Kelly, is confined to tailored dresses and heavy makeup for her scenes at the studio, in stark contrast to her out-of-office looks. Hence, amping up the attractiveness level of on-air female talent by making them look like they were walking off a catwalk and into a studio. Glam but elegant. Fox News say transparent desks are no longer in use.