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At the end of the film, your character says she isn't sure who history will judge more harshly: her or Julian Assange. What
Of the early notices, only Deadline.com awards writer Pete Hammond was completely won over, comparing "The Fifth Estate" to
Gibney points out that Manning, whose military trial is set to begin next month, has pleaded guilty to 10 lesser charges
Participant Media has signed on to co-finance DreamWorks' upcoming Wikileaks picture, The Fifth Estate. Read more on www.hollywoodreporter.com
For more on Cumberbatch's potential involvement, as well as which rising TV star might play Assange's right-hand man in the
The Guardian confirms that major film studio Dreamworks, led by Steven Spielberg, has bought the rights to two books about
AP/HuffPost: PHOTOS: An upcoming biography of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange isn't even in stores yet, and it's already