Dedicated to gauging the validity of journalism, PolitiFact recently turned its attention to Oscars Best Picture nominees "Darkest Hour," "Dunkirk," and "The Post."
"Boss Baby" wound up with more nominations than "Wonder Woman." See all the notable hits and misses.
Film about the newspaper President Trump has repeatedly slammed as “fake news” may soon be screened by members of his administration.
“Every day is exciting, and excitement sometimes provokes a nervous energy. And that nervous energy, for me, is my fuel,” says the three-time Oscar winner.
What's it like being directed by an "icon" or co-starring with "workmanlike" legends? Watch and learn.
Watch as the director and cast weigh in on whether the commander in chief would want to watch a movie about crusading media members standing up to a president.
You might find it surprising that Steven Spielberg's new journalism thriller The Post is the first film to unite Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep.
We certainly weren't the first people to point out the parallels between President Nixon's relationship with the press and President Trump's endless repudiation of the media as "fake news" when we talked to Steven Spielberg and the cast of "The Post."
Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi/horror film led with 14 nods, while “Call Me by Your Name,” “Dunkirk,” “Lady Bird” and “The Post” each earned eight.
Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in heady, jam-packed, and timely docudrama made with confidence and great filmmaking verve.
Stop the presses: The Post has officially announced itself as a bona fide Oscar contender. Sight unseen, pundits have been predicting for months that The Post would be the film to beat this year, especially after no clear frontrunner emerged from the fall festivals. After all, The Post is a highly topical drama about The President vs. The Press.
The actors co-star for the first time in the Steven Spielberg drama about the release of the Pentagon Papers by the Washington Post in 1971.