Number one on America’s Most Wanted list, the ringleader of Islamic fundamentalist terror When May 2011 Osama Bin Laden was,killed by a U.S Special Ops team and tonight we have the first trailer based on the events, Zero Dark Thirty. The film marks the return to the war genre for The Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow, a project that’s been shrouded in secrecy like the mission itself for a very long time. it’s also a film that’s caused a lot of controversy among Republicans who have accused the film as Democratic propaganda as U.S president Barrack Obama’s popularity rose after the death of Bin Laden, however to ease those claims Sony have delayed the release of the film to December after November’s American Re-election.
If your looking for any big reveals you’ll be disappointed as nothing is really revealed, not even the massive cast the trailer does give a glimpse of the military authentic ism along with setting the tone of the film What many people are curious about is how much involvement will be shown in the film will be remained to be seen as Mark Boal the film’s writer and Bigelow are tight lipped on the whole affair but stress it’s not a propaganda film. If your wondering what the film title means, here’s what Bigelow told EW – “it’s a military term for 30 minutes after midnight, and it refers also to the darkness and secrecy that cloaked the entire decade long mission.”
Zero Dark Thirty has no confirmed UK&Irish release date however the film is set for a December 19th release date. The film stars Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, Mark Strong, Kyle Chandler, Scott Adkins and Jennifer Ehle
A break in the manhunt for Osama bin Laden is the backdrop for the gripping story about the combined efforts of an extraordinary group of Navy SEALS. About the most daring military op of our generation.
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