Netflix have released the official trailer for the upcoming Aaron Sorkin drama The Trial Of The Chicago 7.
Netflix have released the teaser trailer for the upcoming Aaron Sorkin drama The Trial Of The Chicago 7.
Netflix have released some first look images for Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming drama film The Trial of the Chicago 7, whilst also announcing that the film will be released on the streaming service on the 16th October 2020.
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After being in negotiations with Cross Creek Pictures over a week ago, Deadline is reporting today that Netflix have finally secured the global rights for Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7.
Variety is exclusively reporting that Netflix are in negotiations with Cross Creek Pictures to acquire the global rights for Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7.
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