Chris Pine will be praised for the role of actor Walter Cronkite in an upcoming film about John F. Kennedy’s Mordnacht. Franchise actors Wonder Woman and Star Trek were released Thursday by film producer Greg Silverman. His efficient company was the later journalist who directed the news flash of the current war director Alfonso Gomez-Legion.
The killing of John F. Kennedy in Dallas rocked the country, but for Cronkite it was an important moment in the history of broadcasting news and he became the most trusted man in America. Kronkite’s voice tells of American television in Space Television Broadcasting, Watergate, the hostage crisis in Iran, the Vietnam War, the assassins Martin Luther King and John Lennon.
The film took place on November 22, 1963 and Cronkite wrote in an official synopsis: “When the president was killed, the scared country raged and the television was full, everyone was ready to correct the story.” He became one of the most trusted people in the American news, and many cited the cover of the day as a defining moment for the rise to Stardom.
Benjacoby made the play for the movie. The film was blacklisted by the industry before Gomez Legion and Stampede found a home.
As Gomez-Rejon said, Ben’s screenplay was well received, as evidenced by the fateful day in the newsroom. I realized that this was a story of a hero born at a time when it was more important to embrace the country in search of truth than victory or esteem.
As the film is currently being purchased by a potential buyer in the US film market in Santa Monica, California, the exact release date is not yet known.