Evidently hoping to build yet another award season campaign a la The Irishman and Uncut Gems, Netflix will soon be releasing historic legal drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 with tour-de-force writer/director Aaron Sorkin at the helm - A Few Good Men, The West Wing, The Social Network, Moneyball - and a story brought to life on screens by a positively stacked cast. Between that cast and the folk behind the camera, Netflix could be on to a big Oscar contender. While Sacha Baron Cohen will play Abbie Hoffman (a leader of the "flower power" movement), the film also features Eddie Redmayne (as Tom Hayden), Jeremy Strong (Jerry Rubin) and John Carroll Lynch (David Dellinger). Sorkin in fact wrote a script surrounding the Chicago 7 trial back in 2007 but it was continually delayed until recently, perhaps the flawless moment for a film about governments obstructing justice, a manipulated legal system, fractured race relations and the right to peaceful protest.
The film was slated for a September cinema release initially, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the film bypassed cinemas and is now heading straight for the streaming service.
But when exactly will we see them all on screen?
The movie will hit Netflix in October.
Upcoming US stars Noah Robbins additionally function (as Lee Weiner), alongside Alex Sharp (Rennie Davis) and Daniel Flaherty (John Froines).
Watchmen actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II also stars as Black Panther activist Bobby Seale.
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The Irishman This yr the collection maintains with the discharge of Aaron Sorkin's The Trial of the Chicago 7, and based on the recently released trailer, it looks like it's going through a tense period from American as The story is going to be a quick trip.
Who is starring in The Trial of the Chicago 7?
The Chicago 7 were a group of defendants accused of conspiracy and inciting to riot - alongside other charges linked to the anti-Vietnam War and countercultural protests in 1968.
This first trailer features impressive shots both of the protests and scenes in the courtroom, alongside the repeated chants of "the whole world is watching". We'll leave you with the film's official synopsis...
We additionally get a primary glimpse of numerous movie's notable stars - together with Sacha Baron Cohen and Joseph Gordon Levitt.