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Post, The (2017, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep)

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Inspired by true events, The Post is a classic Steven Spielberg tale of a cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents pushed the country’s first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between journalist and government.

production details
USA | 116 minutes | 2017

Director: Steven Spielberg
Script: Liz Hannah, Josh Singer

cast
Meryl Streep as Kay Graham
Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee
Sarah Paulson as Tony Bradlee
Bob Odenkirk as Ben Bagdikian
Bradley Whitford as Arthur Parsons
Jesse Plemons as Roger Clark
David Cross as Howard Simons
Michael Stuhlbarg as Abe Rosenthal
Zach Woods as Anthony Essaye
Pat Healy as Phil Geyelin
Bruce Greenwood as Robert McNamara
Carolyn McCormick as Mrs. McNamara
Alison Brie as Lally Graham
Tracy Letts as Fritz Beebe
Matthew Rhys as Daniel Ellsberg
Carrie Coon as Meg Greenfield
Johanna Day as Ann Buchwald
John Rue as Gene Patterson
Richard Holmes as Murray Marder
Philip Casnoff as Chalmers Roberts
Jessie Mueller as Judith Martin
Stark Sands as Don Graham
Michael Cyril Creighton as Jake
Will Denton as Michael
Brent Langdon as Paul Ignatius
Christopher Innvar as James Greenfield
Jennifer Dundas as Liz Hylton
Deirdre Lovejoy as Debbie Regan
Michael Devine as Copy Chief
Kelly Miller as Copy Editor
Austyn Johnson as Marina Bradlee
Deborah Green as Ann Marie Rosenthal
Gary Wilmes as Punch Sulzberger
Luke Slattery as NY Times Runner
Justin Swain as Neil Sheehan
Robert McKay as NY Times Staffer
Sasha Spielberg as Woman with Package
Bryan Burton as Lafayette Protester
Coral Peña as Nancy
Dan Bittner as Government Lawyer
Kenneth Tigar as Solicitor Griswold
David Aaron Baker as Alexander Bickel
Gannon McHale as Judge Gurfein
Kevin Loreque as Waiter (F Street Club)
Francis Dumaurier as Head Waiter (Oakroom)
Stephen Mailer as Exchange President
Ned Noyes as Lazard Banker
John Henry Cox as Lazard Banker
Dan Bucatinsky as Joe Alsop
David Costabile as Art Buchwald
Annika Boras as Mrs. Alsop
Susan Blackwell as Dinner Wife
Jordan Baker as Dinner Wife
Lauren Lim Jackson as Eastern Air Stewardess
Peter Van Wagner as Harry Gladstein
Angus Hepburn as Judge Gessell
James Riordan as Vice Admiral Blouin
Kelly AuCoin as Kevin Maroney
Cotter Smith as Under Secretary William Macomber
Ben Livingston as Dennis Doolin
Stephen Rowe as Judge Robb
Rick Crom as Supreme Court Marshall
Fenton Lawless as Linotype Printer
Cullen Oliver Johnson as Linotype Printer
Brett G. Smith as Platoon Leader
Anthony M Walker as G.I
Joel Nagle as Man on Phone
Tom Bair as William Rehnquist
Juliana Davies as Katharine Weymouth
Jon Donahue as Bertram Plain
Marko Caka as NYPD Officer (uncredited)
Doris McCarthy as Wealthy New Yorker (uncredited)
Frank Modica as Photographer (uncredited)
Sophia Smith as Black and White Ball Socialite (uncredited)
Neal Huff as Tom Winship (uncredited)
Gage Maynard as Protester (uncredited)
Stacey Alyse Cohen as Wall Street Trader (uncredited)
JaQwan J. Kelly as Watergate Security Guard
Brett Diggs as G.I.
Theis Weckesser as Military Advisor
David Beach as Robert Komer