Donald Trump is not known for his good deeds, good words, good intentions, or good acts. He is an out-and-out headstrong personality, and his rising popularity outlines everything wrong with the average American mentality.
Twitter has been up to the task over the past few hours, generating plenty of ideas for movie titles that may be worthy of The Donald’s story. The hashtag #DonaldTrumpTheMovie has been producing hilarious results, although the source which started it is yet unknown.
The businessman has not been in the good books of the Hollywood stars since a couple of months because of his bizarre comments and has been considered as racist and offensive.
Trump and O’Donnell have been hurling insults at each other for years but it was during a Republican primary debate in August 2015, that he boasted that the A League of Their Own actress was the only woman he’s ever called “a fat pig”.
Trump’s derogatory comments compelled Suicide Squad‘s Will Smith telling news.com.au: “For a man to be able to publicly refer to a woman as a fat pig, that makes me teary. And for people to applaud, that is absolutely f—ing insanity to me.”
He went on to say, “My grandmother would have smacked my teeth out of my head if I had referred to a woman as a fat pig. And I cannot understand how people can clap for that. It’s absolutely collective insanity.”
Singer and Last Song actress Miley Cyrus took to Instagram to share her distaste for Trump, saying she’ll “move out of the country” if he wins.
The 70-year-old billionaire does not stop at women. He was happy to tell a US talk show that Clooney was “no Cary Grant” after Clooney denounced his campaign of fear during the Cannes film festival in May.
Clooney has pledged support to Trump’s presidential rival Hillary Clinton, telling The Guardian that he doesn’t believe the country will elect Trump president: “He’s just an opportunist. Now he’s a fascist; a xenophobic fascist. You can count on Americans to do the right thing after they’ve exhausted all the other possibilities.”
Mark Ruffalo, America Ferrera, Susan Sarandon, Samuel L Jackson and Ben Stille are few among those who have all openly spoken against him.
In all of the tweets, one tweet which became viral was the movie title targeting his hairstyle. The tweet suggesting the movie title as “The Corn Identity” shared by “The English Garden” was on the basis of his hairstyle being compared to the corn hairs.
In a tweet by “FooBooWoo”, he was caricatured as a dinosaur with “Jurassic World” as the movie title which was quite hilarious to look at. On the basis of his sexist comments, “Donald J. Drumpf” shared a tweet suggesting a satirical movie title as “Inappropriate Father of the Bride”.
While the exercise was aimed at lampooning the billionaire, a number of Trump supporters took the opportunity to slam his opponent, Hillary Clinton.