John F. Kennedy. George W. Bush. Through his controversial career, director Oliver Stone has never shied away from tackling hot political topics and the figures immersed in them.
His latest effort Snowden starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt (last year’s The Walk) as the former Central Intelligence Agency employee is no exception, driven home in its compelling new trailer, whose exploits have sparked fierce debate about government surveillance in recent years.
Alongside Gordon-Levitt is an all-star cast, including The Fault In Our Stars’ Shailene Woodley, Rhys Ifans (the upcoming Alice Through The Looking Glass), Nicolas Cage (Kick-Ass) and Star Trek Beyond’s Zachary Quinto.
We await word on an official UK release date for the film, with its release in the US confirmed for 16th September 2016.
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