WikiLeaks leaks script for upcoming Julian Assange film

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NEW YORK, NY – The shadowy world of WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange will soon see the bright lights of Hollywood.

The Fifth Estate hits theater screens next month, but Assange and his pals at WikiLeaks have taken a pre-emptive strike in a way they do best: by leaking the script on their web site.

WikiLeaks also posted a memo that calls the film ‘irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful,’ the same words used by some people to describe WikiLeaks.

Assange calls The Fifth Estate the anti-WikiLeaks movie.

In the long memo, WikiLeak ssaid their leaks did not harm informants working for the U.S. government.

They also said the film is a work of fiction and that most events in the film never happened, and that some of the main characters don’t exist.

And, just to set the record straight, WikiLeaks wants all the honest world to know that Julian Assange does not, repeat, does not dye or bleach his hair white.

Oh, and he’s never been charged with rape.

And, of course, after this, no one will want to see the film.

Right.