The Hollywood Reporter came with a inside look at “Zero Dark Thirty”, and it can also be found at June 29 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
As the cast of Kathryn Bigelow’s Osama bin Laden movie began arriving home from Jordan this month, many were peppered with questions about the top-secret project. “I can’t talk about that,” castmember Mark Duplass said at a June 13 event when asked which character he plays. “I am contractually signed to be quiet.”
But details are emerging about Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal’s untitled follow-up to The Hurt Locker, now in postproduction for a Dec. 19 release by Sony. The storyline can be discerned from interviews with those who have read the script as well as from CIA and Department of Defense documents turned over to the conservative group Judicial Watch, which contends the Obama administration was too cozy with Boal during a series of high-level meetings (Bigelow attended some of those sessions). These sources say the movie paints a broad portrait of the decade-long hunt for bin Laden, detailing the efforts of the intelligence community, national security officials, the Pentagon and three presidents.