|Release Date : Jan. 19, 2017 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★★|
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. Inspired by true events.
Duration : 1 Hour 55 Minutes
|Cast and Crew :|
Zach Woods as Anthony Essaye | 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 | Justin Swain as Neil Sheehan | Luke Slattery as NY Times Runner | Robert G. McKay as NY Times Staffer | Sasha Spielberg as Woman with Package | Bryan Burton as Lafayette Protester | Coral Peņa as Nancy | Dan Bittner as Government Lawyer | Kenneth Tigar as Solicitor Griswold | Gannon McHale as Judge Gurfein | Kevin Loreque as Waiter (F Street Club) | Francis Dumaurier as Head Waiter (Oakroom) | Ned Noyes as Lazard Banker | John Henry Cox as Lazard Banker | Dan Bucatinsky as Joe Alsop | Johanna Day as Ann Buchwald | Annika Boras as Mrs. Alsop | Carolyn McCormick as Mrs. McNamara | Jordan Baker as Dinner Wife | Lauren Lim Jackson as Eastern Air Stewardess | Angus Hepburn as Judge Gessell | James Riordan as Vice Admiral Blouin | 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 | JaQwan J. Kelly as Watergate Security Guard | Brett Diggs as G.I. | Theis Weckesser as Military Advisor | David Beach as Robert Komer | Sonny Valicenti as Tonny Russo | Lilli Cooper as Protest Singer | Neal Huff as Tom Winship (uncredited) | Robert Myers as Lawyer (uncredited) | Gage Maynard as Protester (uncredited) | Chuck Taber as Factory Worker (uncredited) | Stacey Alyse Cohen as Wall Street Trader (uncredited) | Director : Steven Spielberg | Producer : Steven Spielberg | Executive Producer : Tim White | Executive Producer : Adam Somner | Producer : Kristie Macosko | Producer : Amy Pascal | Executive Producer : Trevor White |