It is a myth that the US government wants to arrest Julian Assange, according to an unnamed top US cop.
We at TGD was genuinely surprised that the Wikileaks movie, The Fifth Estate, bombed at the box office. Sure Julian Assange didn’t like it, and he made his feelings known to anyone who’d listen, but his complaining could have been great publicity for the movie.
With so many remakes and reboots, it’s wonderful to see an actual original movie doing so well. In fact, Gravity is the #1 movie in the country for three weeks now, and it has stood its ground very easily against the remake of Carrie, and the Julian Assange biopic The Fifth Estate, which was a big flop.
The Fifth Estate, which is about Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, has gotten fair to middling advance reviews so far, but that hasn’t stopped Assange from publically trashing the film, and calling out its star, Benedict Cumberbatch.
Genre fans may be interested in The Fifth Estate, the biopic of Julian Assange, for several reasons. Number one, Assange is played by Benedict Cumberbatch, and number two, the movie was directed by Bill Condon. Yes, he directed Dreamgirls, as well as one of the Twilight movies, but he’s also a big genre fan who helmed Gods and Monsters, a terrific movie about Frankenstein director James Whale.
Whistle-blowing website Wikileaks is publicly dumping just under two million diplomatic cables - dubbed the Kissinger cables - from the mid 1970s.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is still hiding out in the Ecuadorian embassy, thinks that a wizard way to get attention is to form a political party.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is delivering on his promise to run for the Australian Senate, applying for the Victorial electoral roll.
Julian Assange’s latest announcement from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy, London, promises more from Wikileaks in 2013.
WikiLeaks supporters have set up a new website to channel donations to the whistle-blowing site, following a long-standing banking blockade.
Even paranoids have enemies - and it seems that Julian Assange may have strong grounds after all for believing he'll be mistreated or even killed if he's extradited to the US.
British officials claim WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has a "double guarantee" against any form of extradition from Sweden to the US - if such a legal procedure were to violate his human rights.
Ecuadorean officials have reiterated that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can remain inside the country's London embassy for however long it takes - "eight years [or] two centuries" if necessary.
Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa says the decision to grant WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asylum will not be rescinded.
The Anonymous hacking collective says it's brought down several UK government websites in protest at the country's treatment of Julian Assange.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared on the first-floor balcony of Ecuador's London embassy on Sunday where he asked the United States to end its "witch-hunt" against the whistle-blowing organization.
The Ecuadorian government has agreed to grant asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange who is currently residing at the country's embassy in London.
A high-ranking Ecuadorian official has confirmed that his country intends to protect Julian Assange's life and his right to freedom.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is currently holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The Ecuadorian government is reportedly attempting to prevent the "evil" extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States.