She Said Trailer

The Harvey Weinstein scandal gets the Spotlight treatment as Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as the reporters who broke the bombshell story.

Article Published on 15.07.2022

It’s the scandal that not only rocked Hollywood, but sparked the #MeToo movement and changed American culture forever. Now, the story of the intrepid New York Times reporters, Jodie Kantor and Megan Twohey, who exposed the now disgraced producer is coming to the big screen. The trailer introduces Zoe Kazan’s Kantor as she starts her investigation into sexual harassment within Hollywood, but is met with silence from victims seemingly unwilling to share their stories. She turns to the experience of Carey Mulligan’s Twohey for her advice on how to encourage the women to talk. She Said chronicles their tireless efforts to shatter the culture of silence around Weinstein’s victims who were bound by NDAs and unable to talk about their experiences. Breaking the bombshell story wasn’t only a joint effort between Kantor and Twohey as the trailer also highlights the key people at the New York Times who helped them with their investigation, including Investigations Editor Rebecca Corbett and New York Times Editor Dean Baquet, played by Patricia Clarkson and Andre Braugher respectively. Despite the briefest of glimpses and a final piece of dialogue, Weinstein is notably absent from the trailer as director Maria Schrader sends a clear message that the focus is on the reporters and the brave women who stood up to share their experiences, and that this is their story, not his. The hunt to bring down Harvey Weinstein is on in cinemas November 25.

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