The threat is also clueless. Hillary Clinton is already world-famous whether she runs for President in 2016 or not. As a former First Lady, former Senator from the great state of New York, close contender in the 2008 Democratic Presidential primary, and most recently Secretary of State, her life already has ample accomplishment and profile for the making of all kinds of movies and TV shows. Priebus, desperate, is just doing what he can to limit the public's knowledge of an iconic figure who will continue to be iconic and better-known than any Republican candidate regardless of these dramatizations.
I try to be even-handed when I criticize politicians and parties about their interference with dissemination of information. For example, Democrats like Chuck Schumer have been as dangerously wrong as his Republican counterparts in his caterwauling about Edward Snowden being a threat to national security. But the Republicans still have the stage all to themselves when it comes to misunderstanding a media situation, and calling for de facto censorship. Here's my advice to the GOP: try coming up with policies that Americans like, and stop trying to win elections by badgering the media.