Trumbo Official International Trailer #1 (2015) – Bryan Cranston, Elle Fanning Drama Movie HD



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Trumbo Official International Trailer #1 (2015) – Bryan Cranston, Elle Fanning Drama Movie HD

The successful career of Hollywood screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo, comes to an end when he is blacklisted in the 1940s for being a Communist.

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  1. daniellekingdjk3

    trouble is now america can spy on everyone.If an extreme right or left party gets in with the spy tools that are available then the commie witch hunts will look like childs play

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  2. Sbastian Brilyanto

    Let's see… 2015 academy awards best motion picture winner is "Birdman." A movie about entertainment industry. 2013: "Argo." A movie about how movie industry can be political. 2012: "The Artist." A movie about the evolution of movie industry from silent to talkies. Three out of 6 best motion picture winners of 2010's revolve around entertainment industry. Two of which about movie Industry. Four out of 6 winners are based on a true story. Three of them are biopics. Five out of 6 winners are happening in the past. This movie is a biopic about movie industry, based on a true story, and happened in the past. It has "oscar bait" written all over the title. This might show how narcissistic and uncreative Hollywood is, and I am getting a wee bit tired of it. Maybe you guys should too.

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