Soderbergh film on “Panama Papers” to star Academy Award winner Streep.

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Meryl Streep will be the star of “The Laundromat”, a drama directed by Steven Soderbergh on the case of the Panama papers, The Hollywood Reporter reported today.

Recent Oscar winner Gary Oldman and Spaniard Antonio Banderas are currently negotiating their participation in the project, the publication said.

The film will be screened by Scott Z. Burns, a regular contributor to Soderbergh, and will be based on Jake Bernstein’s book “Secrecy World: Inside the PanamaPapers Investigation of Illicit Money Networks and the Global Elite.”

The Panama Papers is the name by which the scandal that erupted in April 2016 over the alleged use of the corporations sold by the Mossack & Fonseca law firm for the concealment in 21 tax havens of property, profits and evasion is known. tributary by personalities from the world of politics, finance, sports and culture.

 

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"JB"
Have to post. This actually just occurred to me.

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