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Box Office: ‘The Post’ Plots Solid Expansion, But ‘Jumanji’ Remains Atop The Heap

'Paddington 2,' 'Proud Mary' and 'The Commuter' also debut as 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' surrenders the spotlight. As the Martin Luther King holiday weekend kicked off, The Post collected $5.9 million, including 775,000 from its Thursday night showings, as it expands nationwide into 2,819 theaters, where it should gross about $21 million for the four-day weekend. The Steven Spielberg-directed drama recounts how Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) joined forces to […]

todayJanuary 13, 2018

Cinema - TV

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Have Too Much Fun Playing Each Other’s Characters

  If there was an Academy Award for best impersonation, you can bet your bottom dollar that Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep would be in the running. “The Post” costars had a little too much fun doing impressions of each other’s iconic characters on Tuesday’s broadcast of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Streep imitated Woody from the “Toy Story” movies and Forrest Gump from the film of the same name. Hanks, meanwhile, channeled Miranda Priestly from “The Devil Wears […]

todayJanuary 12, 2018


The True Story Behind The Post

The feverishly debated decision behind The Washington Post‘s 1971 publication of top-secret information in the Pentagon Papers comes to life in the new movie The Post, in which Meryl Streep plays legendary publisher Katharine Graham and Tom Hanks takes on the role of the gruff but brilliant executive editor Ben Bradlee. As Graham, Streep plays a leader who decides to publish the incendiary information about the Vietnam War amid great pressure, in […]

todayDecember 27, 2017


‘The Post’ Review: Steven Spielberg’s Journalistic Thriller Could Not Be More Timely

The first thing to know about The Post, aside from the fact that it's one of best and tick-tock timeliest movies of the year, is that it's a love story. That's right. Steven Spielberg's tense, terrific new drama celebrates the passionate bond between a free press and every thinking human being, however diminished the species in Trump's America. The film is set in 1971, when Washington Postpublisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor […]

todayDecember 20, 2017

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