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(72308) 7.5 124 min 2015

Trumbo is a movie starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, and Helen Mirren. In 1947, Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood's top screenwriter, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs.

Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, Louis C.K., Diane Lane
Biography, Drama
Jay Roach

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director Jay Roach
Writer Bruce Cook, John McNamara
Stars Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, Louis C.K., Diane Lane
Country USA
Also Known As 好萊塢的黑名單, Trumbo. La lista negra de Hollywood, Trumbo: Ο πιο γνωστός άγνωστος σεναριογράφος του Χόλιγουντ, Trumbo - Lista Negra, トランボ ハリウッドに最も嫌われた男, La lista negra de Hollywood: Trumbo, Trumbo: La lista negra, Trumbo: La Lista Negra de Hollywood, Trumbo: La lista negra de Hollywood, L'ultima parola - La vera storia di Dalton Trumbo, Trambo, Dalton Trumbo, Regreso con gloria
Runtime 2H 4M
Description Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston) is a talented screenwriter. However, his active membership in the Communist Party draws the contempt of anti-Soviet entertainment industry figures, such as columnist Hedda Hopper (Dame Helen Mirren) and John Wayne (David James Elliott). Trumbo is one of ten screenwriters subpoenaed to testify before the United States Congress regarding Communist propaganda in Hollywood movies. In 1950, Trumbo served eleven months in prison where he met J. Parnell Thomas (James DuMont), who was convicted of tax evasion. As the Hollywood Blacklist expands to exclude more Communists and Communist sympathizers from working in the industry, Trumbo and his comrades are abandoned by Democratic actor Edward G. Robinson (Michael Stuhlbarg) and Producer Buddy Ross (Roger Bart), who disavowed them to protect their careers. Trumbo's prison term eventually finished, but he remained blacklisted and his finances and family life became increasingly strained. He resorted to giving the screenplay for Roman Holiday (1953) to his friend Ian McLellan Hunter (Alan Tudyk), to take credit and a share of the money, and eventually the Academy Award for Best Story. He went to work as a pseudonymous screenwriter for the low-budget King Brothers Productions. Over time, industry suspicion of Trumbo's ghostwriting developed, but he was careful not to confirm it. In 1960, Producer and actor Kirk Douglas (Dean O'Gorman) recruited him to write the screenplay for Spartacus (1960). What followed next was a story about principles and how principles can make or break you.

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