Cambridge Analytica (film)
|Directed by||David Gordon Green|
|Produced by||Russo brothers|
Cambridge Analytica is an upcoming film (as of September 2020[update]) on the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal produced by AGBO and the Russo brothers. The film stars Paul Bettany as Alexander Nix, the CEO of Cambridge Analytica, who is portrayed as "someone who wants to succeed at any cost".
The film follows the rise and downfall of Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm with its roots in a private intelligence company that claimed to use honey traps, bribery stings, and prostitutes, among other tactics, to influence more than 200 elections globally for its clients; the men behind Cambridge Analytica and its parent SCL have close ties to the Conservative Party (UK), royalty and the British military. Cambridge Analytica's CEO, old Etonian Alexander Nix, is the scion of a banking and gentry family with ties to British colonial rule in India and the West Indies, and "wants to succeed at any cost". Nix hires Christopher Wylie, a "pink-haired data whiz", to work on the data collection. The film follows Wylie’s evolution from facilitator to whistleblower.
Cast and characters
- Paul Bettany as Alexander Nix, CEO of CA
- Christopher Wylie, an intern with CA who blows the whistle
- Rebekah Mercer, owner of CA
- Olympia Paus, Norwegian shipping billionaire and wife of Alexander Nix
- Lord Ivar Mountbatten, a director of CA's parent group SCL
- Steve Bannon, a director of CA
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- "Vision actor Paul Bettany cast in Russo Brothers-produced Cambridge Analytica film". Radio Times.
- "Paul Bettany Reunites with the Russos for Cambridge Analytica Drama". CBR. 16 March 2020.
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