Sorkin shares how scenes in the film took him out of his comfort zone and was "brand new territory" for the director and screenwriter.
Aaron Sorkin, actor Yahya-Abdul Mateen II and the rest of the cast of "The Trial of the Chicago 7" on recreating the horrific real-life moment the Black Panther leader is detained in the courtroom.
Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem are in negotiations to play the iconic Hollywood couple Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, respectively, in the upcoming film "Being the Ricardos," directed by Aaron Sorkin. The movie will take place during a production week on the set of "I Love Lucy," starting with a Monday table read through an […]
"This is not a partisan issue," the letter reads. "This is about the political health of our democracy."
"The Trial of the Chicago 7" stars Eddie Redmayne and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II talk about the film's relevance in 2020.
The "Succession" star took the protest atmosphere of Sorkin's 1968-set "The Trial of the Chicago 7" to extremes.
Actor will revisit his star-making role in "Thirtysomething" sequel series, which follow the kids of original show's characters.
"Succession" star Jeremy Strong has found his next feature film project with Aaron Sorkin's "The Trial of the Chicago 7," sources tell Variety. The movie is based on the infamous 1969 trial of seven men charged by the federal government with conspiracy and inciting to riot, a result of the counterculture protests in Chicago at […]
The actor, who is currently starring as Atticus Finch in Broadway's "To Kill a Mockingbird," ripped into Trump, his supporters and members of the GOP.
Sorry, Newsroom fans: Atlantis Cable News won’t be going live anytime soon. During an appearance on The Late Late Show Monday night, The Newsroom creator Aaron Sorkin succinctly put an end to recent rumors that he’ll be reviving his award-winning HBO drama. “I wish the show was on the air now,” Sorkin admitted to host […]
David Fincher's 2010 drama earned eight Academy Award nominations and over $240 million worldwide.
Well, it looks like that long-buzzed about “West Wing” reboot might actually be in the works after all. Make of that what you will, as Malina is known for being a jokester, with Whitford tweeting this that same night, after posting a since-deleted tweet that said “I’m horny”: “I’m having dinner with @JoshMalina.
Sorkin looks back at the 2003 episode of the NBC drama and ponders the one way President Trump could possibly "rehabilitate his image and redeem his entire life."
The Oscar-winning screenwriter explains how his thrilling directorial debut became "the story of a woman navigating a world of powerful men."
Here is the story of a woman who saw the underbelly of elite male Hollywood, and faced jail time for refusing to expose its vulnerabilities to a gossip-hungry public. “You’ve seen what’s on those hard drives — families, lives, careers will be ruined,” Chastain, as Bloom, says in the film.
Spouse shout-outs. Screams. Puppy tuxedo fittings. These are the best celeb reactions to the Golden Globes nominations.
As the drama "A Few Good Men" celebrates its anniversary, the director Rob Reiner takes us back to filming the classic Jack Nicholson scene.
First trailer for 'Molly's Game,' feature film directorial debut of writer Aaron Sorkin ('The Social Network,' 'The West Wing') starring Jessica Chastain
Aaron Sorkin has written dramas that featured several careers, including entrepreneur (Steve Jobs and The Social Network), a military lawyer (A Few Good Men), and president of the United States (The American President). He might be on the way to expanding that list with one in the fantastical realm — superheroes.
From 1999 to 2006, Allison Janney played Press Secretary C.J. Cregg on The West Wing, and she was perhaps the best woman to ever hold the job… well, maybe except for Melissa McCarthy’s hilarious portrayal of Sean Spicer. Variety recently interviewed Janney about the brilliant Aaron Sorkin series and the potential for more episodes.
Aaron Sorkin wrote an emotional and outraged letter to his teenage daughter Roxy and his wife Julia Sorkin on Wednesday, following Donald Trump‘s presidential win. In the letter published on Vanity Fair, which he addressed to the “Sorkin Girls,” The West Wing creator expressed how he felt powerless as he watched Trump defeat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, and how his daughter’s tears pushed him to take action.
The cast of The West Wing reunited at the ATX Television Festival in Austin and Today was there to chat with the show’s big stars. Well, not Martin Sheen. Or Allison Janney. Or Rob Lowe. But that’s ok. Cast members Bradley Whitford, Richard Schiff, Janel Moloney, Dulé Hill, Melissa Fitzgerald, Joshua Malina, and its creator, Aaron Sorkin, were. Sorkin said he had lower expectations for it when it first premiered in 1999.