gave Los Angeles three standout seasons and led the club in home runs each year--29 as a rookie, 32 as a sophomore and 34 in his third year--before he got a jolt of a lifetime in December 2013.
Yet despite his wealth Trumbo
harbored socialist leanings, which he never renounced.
For screenwriter Dalton Trumbo
, the subject of the movie, vicious gossip led to him being blacklisted.
, Directed by Jay Roach, Written by John McNamara, ShivHans Pictures, Everyman Pictures, Groundswell Productions, 2015
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THE 2015 film, Trumbo
, is an unusual dramatic production because it focuses not on standard protagonists like superheroes, beautiful heiresses and such-it's about the acclaimed yet controversial screenwriter Dalton Trumbo
(played by Bryan Cranston).
narrates the events of those difficult times through the life of acclaimed scenarist and multiple Academy Award winner Dalton Trumbo
DIRECTOR: JAY ROACH STARS: BRYAN CRANSTON, DIANE LANE AND HELEN MIRREN OPENS FEBRUARY 24
(15) DALT L ON Trumbo
(Bryan Cranston) enjoys a charmed life with his wife Cleo (Diane Lane) and three children Niki (Elle Fanning), Chris (Mattie Liptak) and Mitzi (Becca Nicole Preston) until waspish columnist Hedda Hopper (Helen Mirren) casts aspersions on his political leanings.
(15) FILMMAKERS have vowed to boycott this month's Academy Awards in protest at the lack of black actors among nominees, prompting sweeping reforms to the voting membership.
(Bryan Cranston) enjoys a charmed life with his wife Cleo (Diane Lane) and Bryan Trumbo
three children Niki (Elle Fanning), Chris (Mattie Liptak) and Mitzi (Becca Nicole Preston) until waspish columnist Hedda Hopper (Helen Mirren) casts aspersions on his political leanings.
While some people sever ties with Trumbo
, low-budget film-makers Frank (John Goodman) and Hymie King (Stephen Root) happily employ the venerated writer to polish their B-movies.
(director Jay Roach) is a fascinating and gripping biopic drama that sheds light on an emblematic figure from Hollywood's Golden Age.
Red written out of Hollywood history TRUMBO
During his ordeal, Trumbo
was badgered to name "Communist sympathizers" he knew--but refused.