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The screening begins at 7:30pm and the celebrities will arrive beginning at 6:30pm.
Attending the premiere from the movie are director/producer Ron Howard; producers Brian Grazer, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner; cast members Frank Langella, Michael Sheen, Kevin Bacon, Rebecca Hall, Matthew Macfadyen, Oliver Platt, Kate Jennings Grant, Gabriel Jarret, Patty McCormack and Sam Rockwell; screenwriter/executive producer Peter Morgan; and composer Hans Zimmer.
Celebrity guests include Jennifer Aniston, Christine Baranski, Candice Bergen, Leslie Bibb, Katrina Bowden, Dan Brown, Dick Cavett, Tate Donovan, Karen Duffy, Sir David Frost, Tony Goldwyn, Richard Griffiths, Mamie Gummer, Arianna Huffington, LeBron James, John Lithgow, Justin Long, Susan St. James, Jerry Stiller, Debra Winger, Bob Zelnick and many more.
In 1977, Richard Nixon agreed to sit down with TV personality David Frost to discuss his time in office and the Watergate scandal that ended his presidency. As cameras rolled, a charged battle of wits resulted. Would Nixon evade questions of his role in one of the nations greatest disgraces? Or would Frost confound critics and bravely demand accountability from the man who had built a career out of stonewalling? Over the course of their encounter, each man would reveal his own insecurities, ego and reserves of dignity, ultimately setting aside posturing in a stunning display of unvarnished truth.
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