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The Post (2017)


Drama/Suspense/Thriller · 1h 56m · 1/12/2018

Truth be told.


OSCAR Winners Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks' team for the first time in this thrilling film based on a true story. Determined to uphold the nation's civil liberties, Katharine Graham (Streep), publisher of The Washington Post, and hard-nosed editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks) join forces to expose a decades-long cover-up. But the two must risk their careers - and their freedom - to bring truth to light in this powerful film with a celebrated cast.






United States, United Kingdom

Production Companies

20th Century Fox, Amblin Entertainment, Dream Works Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Pascal Pictures





Where to Watch


Meryl Streep

Kay Graham

Tom Hanks

Ben Bradlee

Sarah Paulson

Tony Bradlee

Bob Odenkirk

Ben Bagdikian

Tracy Letts

Fritz Beebe

Bradley Whitford

Arthur Parsons

Bruce Greenwood

Robert McNamara

Matthew Rhys

Daniel Ellsberg

Alison Brie

Lally Graham

Carrie Coon

Meg Greenfield

Jesse Plemons

Roger Clark

David Cross

Howard Simons

Zach Woods

Anthony Essaye

Pat Healy

Phil Geyelin

John Rue

Gene Patterson

Philip Casnoff

Chalmers Roberts

Jon Donahue

Bertram Plain

Stephen Mailer

Exchange President

Rick Holmes

Murray Marder

John Henry Cox

Lazard Banker

Jessie Mueller

Judith Martin

Stark Sands

Don Graham

Michael Cyril Creighton

Jake (Young Reporter)

Will Denton

Michael (Runner)

Deirdre Lovejoy

Debbie Regan

Michael Devine

Copy Chief

Kelly Miller

Copy Editor

Jennifer Dundas

Liz Hylton

Austyn Johnson

Marina Bradlee

Brent Langdon

Paul Ignatius

Michael Stuhlbarg

Abe Rosenthal

Gary Wilmes

Punch Sulzberger

Robert McKay

NY Times Staffer (as Robert G. McKay)

Sasha Spielberg

Woman with Package

Bryan Burton

Lafayette Protester

Dan Bittner

Government Lawyer

David Aaron Baker

Alexander Bickel

Gannon McHale

Judge Gurfein

Kevin Loreque

Waiter (F Street Club)

Francis Dumaurier

Head Waiter (Oakroom)

Mark Jacoby

Chief Justice Burger

Theis Weckesser

Military Advisor

Shawn Allen McLaughlin

Reporter (Andrews AFB)

Annika Boras

Mrs. Alsop

Carolyn McCormick

Mrs. McNamara

Susan Blackwell

Dinner Wife

Jordan Baker

Dinner Wife

Lauren Lim Jackson

Eastern Air Stewardess

Peter Van Wagner

Harry Gladstein

Angus Hepburn

Judge Gessell

James Riordan

Vice Admiral Blouin

Cotter Smith

William Macomber

Ben Livingston

Dennis Doolin

Rick Crom

Supreme Court Marshall

Fenton Lawless

Linotype Printer

Cullen Oliver Johnson

Linotype Printer

JaQwan J. Kelly

Watergate Security Guard (as Jaqwan Kelly)

Brett Diggs

G.I. (as Brett J Diggs)

James Zeiss

D.C. Metro Cop (uncredited)

Johanna Day

Ann Buchwald

David Beach

Robert Komer

David Costabile

Art Buchwald

Brett G. Smith

Platoon Leader (as Brett Smith)

Shaun O'Hagan

Harry Rowen (RAND)

Thaddeus Daniels

Rand Corp Guard

Brendan Burke

Rand Corp Guard

Celeste Arias

Lynda Sinay

Patrick Noonan

LA Cop

Will Blomker

LA Cop

Catherine Wolf

RAND Receptionist

Joel Nagle

Man on Phone

Tom Bair

Rehnquist (Asst AG)

Walter Brandes

18th Street Protester

Juliana Davies


Hazel Mason


Ginger Mason


Sawyer Spielberg

Plaza Protester

Saul Alvarez


Ned Noyes

Lazard Banker

Anthony M Walker


Dan Bucatinsky

Joe Alsop

Seth Barrish

Layout Editor

Byron Eugene Meyer

NY Times Runner (uncredited)

Steve Witting

NY Times Staffer

Gary Galone

NY Times Staffer

Frank Ridley

NY Times Staffer

Jeremiah Wiggins

NY Times Staffer

Alexander Sage Oyen

Protest Singer

Brittney Johnson

Protest Singer

Caleb Eberhardt

Protest Singer

Don McCloskey

Protest Singer

Estelle Bajou

Protest Singer

Kaylyn Scardefield

Protest Singer

Leslie Kujo

Protest Singer

Lilli Cooper

Protest Singer

Odiseas Georgiadis

Protest Singer

Sean Meehan

Suspicious Man

Steven Kearney


Curzon Dobell


Matthew Piazzi


Armand Schultz

WTOP-AM Reporter

Jerry Lobrow

G.I #4

Mark Pinelli

AMEX Photographer

Jason Abrams

Black and White Ball Dancer (uncredited)

Robert Arensen

Copy Editor (uncredited)

Marshall Axt

Photographer (uncredited)

Richard Stephen Bell

Reporter (uncredited)

Marko Caka

NYPD Officer (uncredited)

Stacey Alyse Cohen

Wall Street Trader (uncredited)

Richard R. Corapi

Washington Post Attorney (uncredited)

Walter Cronkite

Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sandy Dell

Black and White Ball Dancer (uncredited)

Scott Eliasoph

U.S. Marshal (uncredited)

Deborah Finley

Pedestrian (uncredited)

Clarke Thorell

Layout Editor

Aaron Roman Weiner

Bob Haldeman

Amy Russ

White House Assistant

Sonny Valicenti

Tony Russo

Stephen Rowe

Judge Robb

Kelly AuCoin

Assistant Attorney General Maroney

Kenneth Tigar

Solicitor Griswold

Coral Peña


Eden Wright

Protester (uncredited)

Joseph Tudisco

Delivery Man

Christopher Innvar

James Greenfield

Deborah Green

Ann Marie Rosenthal

Lora Lee Gayer

Salon Girl (uncredited)

Kate Grimes

Masked Woman #2 (uncredited)

Larry Gurreri

Protestor (uncredited)

Neal Huff

Tom Winship (uncredited)

Lyndon Johnson

Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Shana Kaplan

Black and White Ball Photographer (uncredited)

Cory Kastle

War Veteran (uncredited)

John F. Kennedy

Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kelsey Kyle

Protester (uncredited)

Jarrod LaBine

Court Clerk (uncredited)

David Lamberton

Supreme Court Staff (uncredited)

Frankie Li

Viet Cong (uncredited)

Randy Masters

Reporter (uncredited)

Gage Maynard

Protester (uncredited)

Doris McCarthy

Wealthy New Yorker (uncredited)

Kevin D. McGee

Bartender (uncredited)

Alexander Mercier

Protester (uncredited)

Justin Swain

Neil Sheehan

Wayne J. Miller

Lazard Banker (uncredited)

Sheryl Minikes

Black and White Guest (uncredited)

Frank Modica

Photographer (uncredited)

Robert Myers

Lawyer (uncredited)

Davide Petrillo

Black and White Ballroom Guest (uncredited)

Andrew Raffelson

Protestor (uncredited)

Alex Rak

Shirlee Mae Adams (uncredited)

Kelly Ryan

Joan Fountaine (uncredited)

Edward Sass

Protester (uncredited)

Kent Sladyk

Circulation Office Manager (uncredited)

Sophia Smith

Black and White Ball Socialite (uncredited)

Dave Sorboro

Protestor (uncredited)

Auden Thornton


Harry S. Truman

Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Rob Tunstall

Maximillian Brode / NYSE Brroker (uncredited)

Eha Urbsalu

Black and White Ball Socialite with White Feathers (uncredited)

Marla Aaron Wapner

Commuter (uncredited)

Jake Wells

NY Times Staffer (uncredited)

Denise Marie Whalen

Black and White Ball Dancer (uncredited)

Luke Slattery

NY Times Runner

Steven Spielberg


Liz Hannah


Josh Singer

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