Director: Jay Roach

Writer(s): John McNamara, Bruce Cook

Starring: Bryan Cranston, Michael Stuhlbarg, David Maldonado, John Getz, Diane Lane, Laura Flannery, Helen Mirren, David James Elliott, Toby Nichols, Joseph S. Martino, Madison Wolfe, Jason Bayle, James DuMont, Alan Tudyk, Louis C.K., Dan Bakkedahl, Richard Portnow, Roger Bart, Johnny Sneed, Rio Hackford, Dane Rhodes, Peter Mackenzie, John Neisler, Sean Bridgers, J.D. Evermore, P.J. Marshall, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Meghan Wolfe, Mitchell Zakocs, Elle Fanning, John Goodman, Stephen Root, Jason Kirkpatrick, Wayne Pére, A.J. Allegra, Mattie Liptak, Becca Nicole Preston, Dean O’Gorman, Garrett Hines, Chris LeBlanc, Ron Fassler, Christian Berkel, Mark Harelik, Jim Gleason, Rick Kelly, Billy Slaughter, Griff Furst, John Mark Skinner, Eddie Albert, Jerome Andries, Michael D. Anglin, Lauren Bacall, Lucille Ball, Henry Bauer IV, Tony Beard, Jaclyn Bethany, Humphrey Bogart, Patton Brantley, Eugene Brezany, David Michael Cefalu, Ron Centanni, John C. Coffman, Jim Conroy, Robert D’Arensbourg, Andrew Downs, Ted Ferguson, Joseph Fischer, Brandon Fontenot, James Garner, Cary Grant, Allyson Guay, Richard Halverson, Gene Kevin Hames Jr., Bob Hartnack, Elton Hartzler, Audrey Hepburn, Nick Hwang, Don Jarrells, Pat Jarrells, Tiffany Michaela Jones, Danny Kaye, Eddie Kendrick, John F. Kennedy, Deborah Kerr, Steve Kish, Donald M. Krause, Kate Kuen, Jenny Lacey, Suzanne LaChasse, Rhonda Laizer, Robert Larriviere, Jesse Lasky Jr., C.J. LeBlanc, Cynthia LeBlanc, Elton LeBlanc, Justin Lebrun, Jerry Lewis, Eduardo Losan, Joseph McCarthy, Carlye McIntosh, Chris McKnight, Elijah Miskowski, Duane Moseley, Richard Nixon, Laurence Olivier, Veronica Parks, Gregory Peck, Charles Pitre, Lisa Plaia, Philippe Radelet, Ronald Reagan, Gus Rhodes, Roger Rignack, Michael Rollins, Ethel Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg, Daniel Ross Owens, William Schaff, Louis Scherschel, Kari Shemwell, Paula Shreve, Jean Simmons, Anne Speed, Joseph Stalin, Laura Stratton, Woody Strode, Lonna Surla, Robert Taylor, John Teal Jr., Yana Trofimova, Dalton Trumbo, Bob Walker, Luke J. Watson, Mark Webster, Brian Les Weinberger, Michael Wozniak

Synopsis: In 1947, Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood’s top screenwriter, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs.

Release Date: November 25, 2015 (USA) | Length: 124 min | Genre: Biography, Drama | MPAA Rating: Rated R for language including some sexual references.

Note: C.J. LeBlanc might have been credited two times for the same role under different names. The character he plays in the film is Niki’s friend but there is another person named Chris LeBlanc, credited with the same role. CJ’s full name is Christopher Terrell Johnson LeBlanc. [update] I watched the whole movie and Niki only has one black friend that she talks to in the diner, so I’m putting the credit under the name C.J. LeBlanc.

 

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