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‘Scoop’ Star Gillian Anderson Says Few Publications ‘Respect the Truth’ and ‘Treat Their Audience as Adults’

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Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Gillian Anderson wants the truth. After winning an Emmy for Netflix’s “The Crown,” Gillian Anderson is back in the royal realm, but this time she’s in the shoes of journalist Emily Maitlis in Netflix’s taut thriller “Scoop.” The film tells the story of the BBC news team that secured the explosive 2019 interview with Prince Andrew about his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Anderson has a deep admiration and respect for journalists, but in a post Donald Trump-era she’s grown increasingly frustrated with news outlets that have lost focus on their core mission. “It’s frustrating when publications that don’t lead with integrity, whether in news or entertainment, and devolve into tabloid journalism,” Anderson tells Variety. “There are so few left that respect the truth, the job and the integrity of individuals.

They should treat their audience as adults, capable of making up their own minds. That’s why films like ‘All the President’s Men’ end up capturing the love they do — that’s because it’s something that doesn’t exist much anymore.” Directed by Philip Martin and featuring Billie Piper and Rufus Sewell, “Scoop” has garnered strong reviews.

Variety’s Guy Lodge praised Anderson’s portrayal, describing it as, “a performance of witty mimicry, but human resolve too.” In the thick of the Emmy race for outstanding television movie, Anderson is one of the contenders for supporting actress (limited series or TV movie), among the film’s other submissions.

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