The Report - Official Trailer (2019) Adam Driver, Jon Hamm

Amazon's The Report Teaser Starring Adam Driver And Annette Bening

Amazon's The Report Teaser Starring Adam Driver And Annette Bening

Along the way, Jones relentlessly pursues the truth about the branch's alleged dealings in torture, destroying evidence, subverting the law, and hiding grim secrets from the American public following the deadly terrorist attacks in New York City.

The trailer picks up in the office of Jones boss, Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening). He recently signed on to polish the script for No Time to Die, the latest sequel in the James Bond franchise.

Producers are writer-director Burns, Steven Soderbergh, Jennifer Fox, Danny Gabai of Vice Studios, Eddy Moretti and Michael Sugar, and The Report is executive produced by Nancy Dubuc, Shane Smith and Natalie Farrey of Vice Studios, Lila Yacoub, Michael DiVerdi, Vincent Landay and TJ Rinomato.

Adam Driver, welcome to awards season.

The Report will be featuring an impressive ensemble cast led by Adam Driver (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, BlacKkKlansman) and Annette Bening (American Beauty, The Kids Are All Right) along with Jon Hamm.

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The trailer introduces us to Driver's Daniel J. Jones as a young staffer.

"Have you seen the story today in the New York Times?" she asks, to which an associate replies, "Evidently, the Central Intelligence Agency destroyed tapes of interrogations of Al Qaeda detainees". His boss wants him to find out why, and Jones is thrust into a risky search for answers.

Adds Feinstein, "We will not allow this to be covered up".

"They waterboarded him 183 times".

"Maybe when the report comes out", Jones finishes, "people will finally see that". The Report opens in theaters on November 15th and will be available on Amazon Prime Video on November 29th. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to numerous positive reviews.

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