The new movie, starring Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee and Meryl Streep as publisher Katharine Graham, skipped some great history.
Frank Wills was 24 and earning $80 a week when he reported the burglary at the Watergate. He never got much credit for it.
Last year, Liz Hannah thought her career had flatlined. Now “The Post,” starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, is charging into Oscar season.
The portrayal of Katharine Graham, a female leader in a man’s world, couldn’t be more timely in the #MeToo era.
A screening of the movie about the Pentagon Papers drew Washington types and the Hollywood folks who play them.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks also pondered the current reckoning in Hollywood.
Reporters weigh in on what movies reveal about their profession, from "His Girl Friday" to "Spotlight."
The actress and the female team behind “The Post” talk about a movie whose relevance shifted during production.
Streep channels vulnerability and grit as Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham.
The debut films by Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”) and Jordan Peele (“Get Out”) also rank among the year’s best.
I worked with the legendary publisher for 13 years on the Pulitzer-winning “Personal History.”