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Submitted by alycakes 703d ago | interview

Bin Laden Film’s Focus Is Facts, Not Flash

New York Times:
On one end of the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot here is a three-story rainbow: a new work of public art that seems to sprout from the Thalberg executive building and convey the magic of the made-up world of the movies.

Across the lot is art of another kind: a towering black billboard announcing the bleak arrival of “Zero Dark Thirty,” a movie about the hunt for Osama bin Laden that is replete with jarringly gruesome scenes of torture as Central Intelligence Agency officers seek information. (Cinema, Mark Boal, Zero Dark Thirty)

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timmyp53  +   703d ago
Homeland meets the big screen. Looking forward to it. Was bit disappointed by Argo.
iamnsuperman  +   702d ago
I can see this a big load of crap though. I watched the other trailer before I watched argo here in the UK and it gave off this really off putting vibe of one of those films that is capitalising on a big event and is going to be full of random stuff that didn't happen just to add drama. I do hope I am wrong

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