First Look: Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams & More in 'Spotlight'
Last year, we heard about the new drama Spotlight, the latest film from Win Win and The Station Agent director Tom McCarthy. The film focuses on the story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe journalists who exposed the Catholic Church's decades-long cover-up of child molestation in Massachusetts, and a stellar cast was announced last year including Michael Keaton, Liev Schreiber, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, John Slattery and more. Now they all appear, along with Brian d'Arcy, in the first photo from the film which takes its title from the Spotlight Team of reporters who discovered this story.
Here's the first photo from Tom McCarthy's Spotlight from ScreenDaily:
Spotlight is directed by Tom McCarthy (The Cobbler, Win Win, The Station Agent) who co-wrote the script with "The West Wing" writer Josh Singer. Michael Keaton, Liev Schreinber, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, John Slattery, Brian d'Arcy, Stanley Tucci and more star in the film about the Spotlight Team of reporters at the Boston Globe newspaper who discovered a terrifying citywide conspiracy that was covering up sexual child abuse in the Catholic Church in Massachusetts. The film doesn't have a release date yet, but eOne and Participant Media will likely send it to theaters in time for awards season this year. Thoughts?
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Excellent! Especially since I have been a longtime fan of Liev "Schreinber".
Maxx on Feb 6, 2015
ff on Feb 6, 2015
Really looking forward to this, but is Liev playing Dietrich from Barney Miller in it?
cuckoozey on Feb 6, 2015
Yes, Please! Wash away the Cobbler and let's pretend the McCarthy movie never existed.
movieguyryan . on Feb 6, 2015
The Station Agent was a wonderful, wonderful film. For that reason alone I'll check out this director McCarthy's next work. Pretty good cast too; gotta say I like the new hair-do of Schreiber's. It fits him better. Weird, eh? What can I say, I noticed it right off.
Bo on Feb 6, 2015
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