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Our first look at Shailene Woodley alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Snowden

04.06.2015

A month ago we got our first peek at Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone's upcoming biopic thriller SNOWDEN, and today Open Road Films has released another image from the set, this time featuring Shailene Woodley who portrays Lindsay Mills, the girlfriend of Edward Snowden.

Lindsay Mills was in the dark as to what Edward was up to until he later identified himself as the source of the NSA leak. After a period apart she eventually traveled to Russia to join him which where they reside today. While we're talking real-life, the actual Edward Snowden recently sat down with Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on HBO; the interview is definitely worth a watch if you're interested.

I'll admit that it's been a while since I was really and truly impressed by an Oliver Stone film but the man certainly knows how to put together a stellar cast; Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, Tom Wilkinson, Melissa Leo, Nicolas Cage, Timothy Olyphant, Zachary Quinto, and Rhys Ifans headline SNOWDEN which will premiere on December 25, 2015.

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4:21AM on 04/07/2015
The Last Week Tonight interview is one of the best I have ever seen. How Oliver uses his role as the comedian as a forefront to keep it entertaining and lighten the mood while shooting really tough questions is an astounding balance act. It felt smart, funny, honest, unapologetic and sincerely concerned about the issue. A masterpiece many "real" journalists could learn a lot from. Hell, even Snowden had to admit that he learned something from Oliver by the end of the interview: how to make
The Last Week Tonight interview is one of the best I have ever seen. How Oliver uses his role as the comedian as a forefront to keep it entertaining and lighten the mood while shooting really tough questions is an astounding balance act. It felt smart, funny, honest, unapologetic and sincerely concerned about the issue. A masterpiece many "real" journalists could learn a lot from. Hell, even Snowden had to admit that he learned something from Oliver by the end of the interview: how to make people care about a problem that is usually too abstract to reach a mass audience's centre of attention.
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10:51PM on 04/06/2015

Nah.....

With Stone involved I can't see there's any way this doesn't turn into a conspiracy-Snowden adoration fest. If they only tell half the story, then it's worthless.
With Stone involved I can't see there's any way this doesn't turn into a conspiracy-Snowden adoration fest. If they only tell half the story, then it's worthless.
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8:48PM on 04/06/2015
I was about too watch the Last Week Tonight interview with Snowden.Hope it`s a good interview.
I was about too watch the Last Week Tonight interview with Snowden.Hope it`s a good interview.
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8:20PM on 04/06/2015
I'm really hoping this is a return to form for Stone. Should be a good year for JGL between this and The Walk. Might even get some awards love.
I'm really hoping this is a return to form for Stone. Should be a good year for JGL between this and The Walk. Might even get some awards love.
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