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Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks to Star in Spielberg-Directed Pentagon Papers Movie

Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks to Star in Spielberg-Directed Pentagon Papers Movie

Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks to Star in Spielberg-Directed Pentagon Papers Movie

Reps for Spielberg, Streep and Hanks did not immediately respond to request for comment. Rachel O'Connor will be executive producer along with Star Thrower Entertainment's Tim and Trevor White, and Adam Somner. Among others, he has been casting The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, which will star Mark Rylance and Oscar Isaac.

Hanks and Streep will play Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Kay Graham, respectively.

As all three have already-busy schedules - Spielberg is wrapping up the film adaptation of Ready Player One while toying with the fifth Indiana Jones movie - it's unclear when production on The Post will begin.

The papers were eventually released to the public in 2011.

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President Trump made an enemy of Meryl Streep with his comments about her career, and now his nation will be getting a film about the importance of the press in keeping the government in check. The study detailed secret military escalations during an unwinnable war, and was leaked despite government efforts to block coverage for reasons of national security. 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 floodgates had opened, and together the New York Times and Washington Post appealed to the Supreme Court on First Amendment grounds.

"It could not be more relevant today to what's going on", she said.

CAA reps Spielberg, Hanks and Streep and is helping to put all this together.

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