CASEY CURRY/INVISION/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILEActor Michael Keaton, left, former Boston Globe deputy managing editor Ben Bradlee Jr., reporter Michael Rezendes, columnist and reporter Sacha Pfeiffer, editor Walter Robinson and movie director Thomas McCarthy pose for a portrait during press day for 'Spotlight' at The Four Seasons in Los Angeles. The power of 'Spotlight' isn't just felt by its real-life reporters; it's a big-screen bolt of inspiration for the profession. While the film's attributes are numerous, its greatest strength is its rigorous depiction of investigative journalism.
CASEY CURRY/INVISION/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILEActor Michael Keaton, left, former Boston Globe deputy managing editor Ben Bradlee Jr., reporter Michael Rezendes, columnist and reporter Sacha Pfeiffer, editor Walter Robinson and movie director Thomas McCarthy pose for a portrait during press day for 'Spotlight' at The Four Seasons in Los Angeles. The power of 'Spotlight' isn't just felt by its real-life reporters; it's a big-screen bolt of inspiration for the profession. While the film's attributes are numerous, its greatest strength is its rigorous depiction of investigative journalism. Casey Curry Casey Curry/Invision/AP
CASEY CURRY/INVISION/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILEActor Michael Keaton, left, former Boston Globe deputy managing editor Ben Bradlee Jr., reporter Michael Rezendes, columnist and reporter Sacha Pfeiffer, editor Walter Robinson and movie director Thomas McCarthy pose for a portrait during press day for 'Spotlight' at The Four Seasons in Los Angeles. The power of 'Spotlight' isn't just felt by its real-life reporters; it's a big-screen bolt of inspiration for the profession. While the film's attributes are numerous, its greatest strength is its rigorous depiction of investigative journalism. Casey Curry Casey Curry/Invision/AP

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