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About Bombshell Full Movie

Bombshell is a 2019 American biographical drama film directed by Jay Roach and written by Charles Randolph. The film stars Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie, and is based upon the accounts of the women at Fox News who set out to expose CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. Actors John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton, Malcolm McDowell, and Allison Janney appear in supporting roles.

The project was first announced in May 2017 following Ailes’s death, with Roach confirmed as director the following year. Much of the cast joined that summer and filming began in October 2018 in Los Angeles. It entered into a limited release in the United States on December 13, 2019, before a wide release on December 20, by Lionsgate.

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Bombshell received generally favorable reviews, with critics praising the performances of the cast (particularly of Theron, Kidman, Robbie, and Lithgow) and the makeup and hairstyling but some criticizing its screenplay and inaccuracies. At the 92nd Academy Awards, it earned three nominations: Best Actress (Theron), Best Supporting Actress (Robbie), and Best Makeup and Hairstyling, winning the latter. The film also received two nominations at the 77th Golden Globe Awards (for Theron and Robbie), four at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards (Theron, Robbie, and Kidman, as well as Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture) and three at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards (Theron, Robbie, and Best Makeup and Hair).

Plot

Roger Ailes heads Fox News, the real-life cable television network. The film focuses on newscasters Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and composite character Kayla Pospisil.

Kelly is one of the network’s most popular newscasters and is to co-moderate the 2016 Republican debate. On the day of the debate, she becomes sick, but still questions Donald Trump on comments he has made about women and if his temperament is appropriate for a president. In retaliation, Trump tweets insults about her and makes comments on television about her ‘anger-menstruating’.

Carlson is removed as co-anchor of the popular Fox and Friends and is transferred to a less popular show. Inundated by sexist comments on and off the air, she meets with lawyers, Nancy Smith and Neil Mullin. Carlson’s contract prevents her from suing Fox, but she can sue Ailes himself. This would put her career at risk, but testimony from other women will help. Pospisil works for Carlson, but soon accepts a job on The O’Reilly Factor. Carlson is upset and says women should stick together, but Pospisil says she is loyal to the network.

Meanwhile, one paparazzo stalks Kelly’s family outside her home, prompting Kelly’s husband, Douglas, to kick the intruder out. Fox hires security for Kelly. Kelly complains about the harassment to Ailes, who tells her to ignore it. Kelly explains through narration that all Ailes cares about is appearance, which is why female news anchors are only allowed to wear dresses that expose their legs.

Pospisil embarrasses herself in front of Bill O’Reilly on her first day, and she gets drunk and sleeps with fellow staffer Jess Carr. When they wake up, Pospisil says she is not a lesbian and is shocked to learn Carr is a liberal, but promises not to tell. The next day, Pospisil follows Faye, Ailes’ assistant, into an elevator, who invites her to meet Ailes as a chance to be on air. Ailes asks Pospisil to lift her skirt to show him her underwear, which she does with great shame. Pospisil asks him not to tell anyone, which he agrees to, but he says he wants her loyalty in order for her to be on television. She tries to tell Carr about what happened, but Carr says she cannot get involved.

Carlson reveals on air that she supports the assault weapons ban, prompting Ailes to summon her. In Ailes’ office, Carlson is sent to Bill Shine and Dianne Brandi, who fire her without reason, while Pospisil is sent to see Ailes. Carlson decides to sue Ailes. The news breaks the next day as Pospisil tells Carr she is testing to be on television with Fox Business. Ailes meets with his wife, Beth, and attorneys Susan Estrich and Rudy Giuliani, denying the allegations. Kelly admits to her team Ailes harassed her when she first began at Fox. She is unsure if she will step forward because it would damage her career. In the following weeks, Kelly refuses to make any comment on the accusations against Ailes, despite all the other women at Fox doing so. Her silence is noticed by both Ailes and Carlson, as well as the rest of Fox staff.

Women step forward with claims that Ailes harassed them, but all of them are from before he started Fox news. Kelly reaches out to Gerson Zweifach, an attorney, and he asks her to find and encourage other women at Fox to come forward. When Carlson hears that no one currently at Fox has come forward and that no other network will offer her a job, she is crushed. Kelly is continuously pressured to give a statement while other female news anchors defend Roger and deny that they are forced to wear short dresses on air. Kelly hears rumors of other women who have been harassed by Ailes.

Kelly goes to see Pospisil and asks if she has ever been harassed by Ailes and Pospisil immediately confesses. Kelly tells her of how Ailes harassed her many years ago, but she dropped her charges so she could be on television. Pospisil criticizes her for not speaking out sooner, but Kelly argues Ailes is not her fault. Pospisil says it’s every woman’s job to protect each other and that Kelly has the power to change the rules. Pospisil calls Carr later that night and tearfully admits she had sex with Ailes to be on Fox Business, but plans to come forward with her story.

Kelly speaks up and tells of how Ailes attempted to kiss her and she had to push him off of her in 2006. She learns that 22 other women have spoken up. After news breaks of her story, women at Fox begin to stop defending Ailes. Estrich tells Ailes that Carlson has recorded conversations that will win the case and because Carlson waited so long to release the tapes, and Ailes denied everything for so long, he has lost all credibility. Ailes meets with Fox co-creator Rupert Murdoch, who tells him he will be fired. Ailes asks to break that news himself, but Murdoch refuses. When Murdoch announces that Ailes is leaving Fox, Murdoch begins by praising Ailes and his contributions to the company. Pospisil is disgusted and quits.

Meanwhile, Carlson gets $20 million in damages and an apology from Fox but signs a confidentiality agreement, so she cannot speak about her case. Smith tells her she will be muzzled and Carlson responds with “maybe”.

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