<p>Academy Award-winning writer and director <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Aaron+Sorkin" target="_self">Aaron Sorkin</a> has a new film coming to your Netflix queue, and it tells an important story in American history. <em>The Trial of Chicago 7 </em>is set in 1968 when a peaceful protest at the Democratic National Convention turned into a very violent clash with police and the National Guard. The organizers of the protest included Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale, as they were charged with conspiracy to incite a riot, followed by one of the most famous trials in history that lasted for six months.</p><p>The sensational A-list cast includes Academy Award nominees Frank Langella and <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Michael+Keaton" target="_blank">Michael Keaton</a>, Academy Award winners Eddie Redmayne and Mark Rylance, recent Emmy winners Jeremy Strong and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, as well as Sacha Baron Cohen, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Joseph+Gordon+Levitt" target="_blank">Joseph Gordon Levitt</a>, John Carroll Lynch, Daniel Flaherty, Noah Robbins, Alex Sharp, and Kelvin Harrison Jr.</p>
The Official Trailer<span style="display:block;position:relative;padding-top:56.25%;" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="1ce0d30c1e15b6384da8507e98dea70f"><iframe lazy-loadable="true" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/FVb6EdKDBfU?rel=0" width="100%" height="auto" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;"></iframe></span><p>The new film will be available in select theaters on September 25th and available on Netflix October 16th.</p>
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Jimmy Kimmel hosted this year's Emmy Awards for the third time, but it looked a little different this time around. No one was in the audience, except some cardboard cutouts...and Jason Bateman.
<p>To help Jimmy kick off the night, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Jennifer+Aniston" target="_blank">Jennifer Aniston</a> came by to <em>basically </em>save the Emmys. A little later in the night, Jen made a second appearance, alongside her <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Friends" target="_blank">Friends</a>.</em></p><p>The night was filled with shocking wins, heartwarming appearances and moving speeches, but no one did it quite like <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Schitt%27s+Creek" target="_blank">Schitt's Creek</a>. </em>The beloved comedy series stole the night with seven Emmys wins.</p><p>Also making history, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Zendaya" target="_blank">Zendaya</a>! <em>The Euphoria</em> actress took home "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series," becoming the youngest actor to win the award.</p><p>And last but not least, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Kerry+Washington" target="_blank">Kerry Washington</a> and Reese Witherspoon celebrated the night in their <em>own </em>kind of way. The <em>Little Fires Everywhere </em>pair threw a New Years party to countdown to 2021.</p><p>Reese said "We're ready for this year to be over," and we don't blame her! </p><p>Congrats to all the winners! <br/></p>
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