the fifth estate

3. "Paranoia": $7,385,015 total 11. "The Last Stand": $12,050,299 total 10. "Dead Man Down": $10,895,295 total 1. "Phantom
A '20s renaissance developed around Jake and his bookstore next to the downtown library and in his Echo Park digs. Later after the war Anais Nin, and presumably Henry Miller and Bukowski, hung around in the very same hills of Echo Park.
Speaking to, Condon blamed the film's incredible failure on its subject: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Bill Condon's
In The Fifth Estate, Condon and writer Josh Singer, working from a couple of books by participants in the Wikileaks story, retell the tale of Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch).
It wasn't a big weekend in movies except for the stunning if a tad overrated Gravity, but two noteworthy political figures had prominent roles. Unfortunately for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, it didn't prove to be a big box office weekend for either.
"We're disappointed with these results," Disney distribution chief Dave Hollis told THR in a statement about the opening
The gang reconvenes this week to talk up the latest TV news, including the quickie cancellation of NBC's Ironside, and the
Elsewhere at the box office, "Gravity" earned $9.1 million on Friday, putting it on course for a third straight weekend win
There is a little more to this role than just dusting furniture, but you do have a small part here. It was literally five
And don't forget to catch The Fifth Estate, in theaters Oct. 18. Infamous the world over, the name Julian Assange has become
Cumberbatch said the letter did give him pause, but also emboldened him into taking the role. His detailed response is below
Wikileaks today released the first of what threatens to be a number of correspondences between Benedict Cumberbatch and Assange over the movie "The Fifth Estate."
Here's the full text of the letter, courtesy of WikiLeaks. Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2013 From: Julian Assange To: Benedict Cumberbatch
It's a little weird we're talking about "Runner Runner" after it's come out. Oh, I agree. After we know what it's going to
With Enough Said, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of TV's funniest women ever, has finally been given a perfect film vehicle.
This "people's movie" opens in theaters on Oct. 18. Many more reactions from the premiere screening of "The Fifth Estate
Paul Haggis' "Third Person," with Liam Neeson, James Franco and Olivia Wilde, will screen as well, as will Kelly Reichardt's
"What you want to do is try to understand him," Condon said. "You're trying to burrow deep into who those people are. In
Participant Media has signed on to co-finance DreamWorks' upcoming Wikileaks picture, The Fifth Estate. Read more on