‘Spotlight’ Trailer: Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton Headline Impressive Cast

The debut trailer for Spotlight, a new docudrama about corruption and child molestation within the Catholic Church, has been released. Recent Oscar nominees Mark Ruffalo and Michael Keaton lead an impressive all-star cast into the murky waters of the corrupt clergy.

Here is the Spotlight trailer:

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As you can see, the cast is remarkable. Rachel McAdams, Billy Crudup, Mad Men‘s John Slattery, Billy Crudup, Liev Schreiber, and Stanley Tucci join Ruffalo and Keaton. Spotlight has been selected for both the TIFF and the Venice Film Festival, which released its lineup today.

Spotlight is directed by Tom McCarthy, a character actor who has had some success with smaller films like Win Win and The Visitor. In addition, it’s nice to see Keaton parlay his success from Birdman into another compelling film, rather than squander this opportunity at a career renaissance.

Spotlight will be released November 6 after taking its tour on the festival circuit.

Larry Taylor - Managing Editor
Larry Taylor - Managing Editor
Larry is the managing editor for Monkeys Fighting Robots. The Dalai Lama once told him when he dies he will receive total consciousness. So he's got that going for him... Which is nice.