The hard-hitting film is set to star none other than Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, according to Deadline, though deals are still being negotiated. "This is the true story of how Washington Post scion Katharine Graham and legendary editor Ben Bradlee overcame their differences to publish the story that would change their lives and forever changed the relationship between the White House and the press".
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The government sued the Times to stop publication, claiming the reports would harm the country's national security interests, and so Ellsberg leaked a copy of the report to the Washington Post, which picked up where the Times left off. Fox will handle domestic distribution; worldwide will be Amblin, through its output deals with Universal, eOne, Reliance and others. This marks the fifth pairing of Spielberg with Hanks, after Saving Private Ryan, Catch Me If you Can, The Terminal and Bridge of Spies. Spielberg is in post-production on Ready Player One. As the war escalated, an analyst who worked on the study named Daniel Ellsberg secretly photocopied the documents and subsequently leaked the report to the press. The full Pentagon Papers were released in 2011.
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Streep was branded an "overrated actress" by U.S. President Donald Trump after she criticised him for belittling a disabled journalist at the Golden Globes in January. The floodgates had opened, and together the New York Times and Washington Post appealed to the Supreme Court on First Amendment grounds.
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Streep would play Graham, while Hanks would take on Bradlee.