When watching Glenn Beck, I always visit this thought and it helps me digest what I am watching, and at times, I even imagine that I am really watching Glick, and it brings a smile to my face. It had also got me thinking of Fox News: The Movie; I would wonder who would play the remaining Fox talking heads.
I would think that Sean Hannity could be played by Tony and Emmy award winning actor, Nathan Lane. Lane could bring some dignity and sophistication to the role, and maybe a song and dance number as well. I imagine Sean Hannity in those old Scope commercials and it just cracks me up. I would think that his character would play more of a supporting role in the film, and for some reason I picture him to be like another Lane character: Albert Goldman from The Birdcage, which also starred Gene Hackman, which brings me to my next actor.
Although the resemblance is not as great as the Beck/Glick and Hannity/Lane resemblances, but I think Academy award winning actor Gene Hackman could play an excellent Bill O'Reilly. He could play a more fatherly role to the younger Beck, maybe offering a few heart to hearts, with arm wrapped around the shoulder, walking around the studio discussing how things work and showing Beck the ropes, only to later be eclipsed by Beck. A also see a seen where Hackman's O'Reilly slaps a whiny Hannity.
All and all, I think this possible movie would be entertaining, and would be accompanied by the disclaimer: the following movie contains characters based on real people, but includes fictional reporting, much like their real life counterparts.