Donald Trump’s ‘The Apprentice’ Movie Set to Finally Premiere in America Amidst Controversy

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The Apprentice Documentary: Nearing Release Amid Controversy

The highly anticipated documentary-style drama, “The Apprentice,” depicting the early years of former President Donald Trump, appears to be on the brink of securing a U.S. release. Tom Ortenberg of Briarcliff Entertainment is reportedly finalizing a deal to acquire the film from Kinematics, backed by Daniel Snyder’s substantial investment, for a potential fall debut.

Ortenberg, known for his bold distribution choices, has been in negotiations for over a month, aiming for a strategic release during the upcoming presidential campaign season in late September and October. While international distribution rights have been swiftly secured, the U.S. release hinges on finalizing this crucial deal by week’s end.

The film, directed by Ali Abbasi and penned by Gabriel Sherman, stars Sebastian Stan as Donald Trump, Jeremy Strong as his mentor Roy Cohn, and Maria Bakalova as Ivana Trump. It gained significant attention at the Cannes Film Festival despite major studios initially steering clear due to its provocative subject matter.

Despite potential legal challenges, including speculated lawsuits from Trump himself, the creators and distributors remain committed to the film’s release, emphasizing freedom of speech and artistic expression in the face of political scrutiny.

As the story unfolds, stay tuned for updates on “The Apprentice” as it navigates towards a possible theatrical release coinciding with the upcoming elections.

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