"The Report" is a 2019 American political drama film directed by Scott Z. Burns.
The starring cast includes Adam Driver, Annette Bening, Michael C. Hall, Ted Levine, Jon Hamm, Tim Blake Nelson, Corey Stoll, Maura Tierney, Linda Powell, Sarah Goldberg and others.

Here are "The Report" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The Report movie?

Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 released the trailer for "The Report" you can watch here:
The Report - Official Trailer 2 | Prime Video.

Plot summary

What is The Report movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The Report" movie plot summary.

Daniel (Adam Driver) J. Jones (Adam Driver), a Senate staffer, is selected by Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening) to lead an investigation into the 2005 destruction of CIA interrogation videotapes. Jones' small team of six, which includes April (Sarah Goldberg) and Julian (Lucas Dixon), begins work in early 2009 reviewing 6 million pages of CIA materials in a windowless office.
The narrative shifts back to the September 11 attacks of 2001, introducing George Tenet (Dominic Fumusa), Bernadette (Maura Tierney) and Gretchen (Joanne Tucker) at the Counterterrorist Center (CTC), anxiously watching live videos of the attacks. At CIA headquarters a few days later, Tenet reports on his meeting at Camp David with President George W. Bush and CTC director Cofer Black (Ian Blackman). John Rizzo (Joseph Siravo), the CIA's legal counsel, reports that the President had given the CIA powers to "capture and detain suspected terrorists." The next year, intelligence psychologists Bruce Jessen (T. Ryder Smith) and James Elmer Mitchell (Douglas Hodge) are contracted to instruct the CIA in enhanced interrogation techniques (EITs).
Jones meets with FBI agent Ali Soufan (Fajer Al-Kaisi) and learns more about the CIA's interrogation program, particularly regarding Abu Zubaydah (Zuhdi Boueri). The interrogation of Abu Zubaydah is shown, contrasting the FBI's approach with the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques. Bernadette is present as a witness. Soufan, who speaks both English and Arabic, says they kept Zubaydah alive and gathered crucial intelligence in the days before the CIA took over the interrogations. The CIA disagreed on techniques and results.

Cast

Who's in the The Report movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Report" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Adam Driver  as Daniel Jones
Annette Bening  as Senator Dianne Feinstein
Michael C. Hall  as Thomas Eastman
Ted Levine  as John Brennan
Jon Hamm  as Denis McDonough
Tim Blake Nelson  as Raymond Nathan
Corey Stoll  as Cyrus Clifford
Maura Tierney  as Bernadette
Linda Powell  as Marcy Morris
Sarah Goldberg  as April
Lucas Dixon  as Julian
Jennifer Morrison  as Caroline Krass
Douglas Hodge  as James Elmer Mitchell
John Rothman  as Senator Sheldon Whitehouse
Fajer Al-Kaisi  as Ali Soufan (as Fajer Kaisi)
Dominic Fumusa  as George Tenet
T. Ryder Smith  as Bruce Jessen
Joanne Tucker  as Gretchen
Ian Blackman  as Cofer Black
Zuhdi Boueri  as Abu Zubaydah
Joseph Siravo  as John Rizzo
Noah Bean  as Senator Martin Heinrich
Ratnesh Dubey  as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
Scott Shepherd  as Senator Mark Udall
Ben McKenzie  as Scrubbed CIA Officer
Kate Beahan  as Candace Ames
Jake Silbermann  as Yoked Up CIA Officer
James Hindman  as Inspector General Buckley
Austin Michael Young  as FBI Agent Miller
Matthew Rhys  as New York Times Reporter
Evander Duck Jr.  as Off Site Security Guard
Sandra Landers  as Senate Intelligence Committee Clerk
Victor Slezak  as Senator Jay Rockefeller
Guy Boyd  as Senator Saxby Chambliss
Alexander Chaplin  as Sean Murphy
Carlos GΓ³mez  as Jose Rodriguez (as Carlos Gomez)
Sean Dugan  as Gary - CIA Interrogator
Pun Bandhu  as John Yoo
Julia Murney  as McDonough's Secretary
Daniel London  as CIA Officer Fox
Hope Blackstock  as Clifford's Secretary
April Rogalski  as Assistant to DCI Brennan
West Duchovny  as Feinstein Intern
Dick Cheney  as Self (archive footage)
John Kerry  as Self (archive footage)
Rachel Maddow  as Self
John McCain  as Self (archive footage)
Barack Obama  as Self (archive footage)
Donald Rumsfeld  as Self (archive footage)

Release date

When is The Report movie release date?

"The Report" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 26, 2019 (Sundance), on November 7, 2019 (Germany) and on November 15, 2019 (United States, United Kingdom) distributing by Amazon Studios, DCM Distribution, Diamond Films, Transmission Films, Amazon Prime Video, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group and The Searchers.

Filming

What are The Report filming details?

The duration of the film is 119 minutes. With a budget of $8 million, the film grossed over $517,788.

"The Report" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Report movie?

"The Report" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.2/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 82/100.

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