What happens when you make a movie about a man that founded the most powerful whistleblowing organization in the world? If they like what they see, they’ll probably applaud. If they don’t like what they see, they’ll do what they do best – leak documents. In this case, they leaked the script itself and called it bad names.
WikiLeaks is not happy with how it or co-founder Julian Assange is depicted in upcoming DreamWorks drama “The Fifth Estate.”
The international organization, which regularly releases classified or sensitive information to the public, has leaked a “mature version” of the script accompanied with a lengthy memo explaining why Bill Condon’s film is “irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful.”