Bryan Cranston At Special Screening At Museum of the Moving Image
By Ilija Sekulovski
This Thursday the 5th, there will be a special screening of Trumbo at the Museum of the Moving Image. The screening will be accompanied by the man himself, Bryan Cranston and the Director of Trumbo, Jay Roach.
The movie is based on the life and career of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston) as it comes to a crashing halt in the 1940's when Trumbo fell victim, like so many others in Hollywood at the time, to the blacklist. The story follows Trumbo's dismissal by Hollywood followed with the subsequent war between the Oscar-winning writer and the U.S Government. The war soon brought in other icons such as Hedda Hopper, John Wayne and Kirk Douglas to name a few.
Directed by Jay Roach (Meet the parents, The campaign), the film also stars Academy Award Winner Helen Mirren and John Goodman.
Tickets have already been sold out, however some may become available at a first come first served basis through a standby line. Visit the Museum's admission desk after 10:30 a.m. to secure a position in the standby line. Tickets: $30 ($18 members at the Film Lover, Dual, and Family levels / free for Silver Screen members and above).
Where: 36-01 35 Ave, Astoria, NY 11106
Phone: 718 777 6888
When: Thursday, November 5, 8:00 p.m.