She Said: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer,#MeToo, Latest Updates!

She Said is an engrossing account of two New York Times journalists who tried to uncover Hollywood’s long, dark history of sexual misconduct. Their work revealed the traumas faced by women during meetings with Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, preparing the groundwork for the revolutionary #MeToo movement.

Here is all the available information on She Said.


Kantor and Twohey reported in October 2017 that Harvey Weinstein allegedly sexually harassed, intimidated, mistreated, and raped women over the course of at least three decades. Using his position of influence as a film producer, he molested women and then exerted pressure on them to remain silent about their ordeal. He was accused by over 80 women of sexual harassment and/or rape.

He was arrested in May of 2018. Between February and March of 2020, he will begin serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape and illegal sexual conduct.

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Penguin Press published She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Spark a Movement on September 10, 2019. Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey wrote the book to describe the enormous amount of labour that went into uncovering Harvey Weinstein’s attempts to pay off the women he harmed. The book, upon which the film She Said is based, covers the investigative process and the challenges that the reporters faced.

Among these hurdles were the definition of sexual harassment and the encouragement of women intimidated into silence to testify. Kantor and Twohey also met substantial obstacles from Hollywood’s gatekeepers, who made each phase of the investigation extremely impossible. The book focuses on the gritty, practical effort necessary to destabilise the mechanisms that protect abusers like Harvey Weinstein.

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Playing Jodi Kantor is the American actress Zoe Kazan. In 2003, Kazan made her film debut in Max Borenstein’s Swordswallowers and Thin Men as Samantha, the protagonist’s love interest. She played supporting roles in the films Fracture (2007), Me and Orson Welles (2008), and Revolutionary Road (2009). (2008).

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In 2009, she plays Ivy, a college student with epilepsy, in the independent film The Exploding Girl by Bradley Russ Gray. She then played supporting and leading roles in romantic comedies such as I Hate Valentine’s Day (2009), Happythankyoumoreplease (2010), Ruby Sparks (2012), and The Pretty One (2013). (2013). (2013).

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She starred alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the award-winning romantic comedy What If, which was directed by Michael Dowse (also known as The F Word). In 2017, she co-starred in the romantic comedy The Big Sick with Kumail Nanjiani, who co-wrote the Academy Award-nominated screenplay. Recent credits include 2019’s drama The Kindness of Strangers, 2020’s alternate-history drama miniseries The Plot Against America, and 2021’s Netflix miniseries Clickbait.

Release Date

The film will be released very soon, as previously indicated. On November 18, She Said will be released in theatres, just in time for Oscar consideration. According to a Variety analysis article, a nomination and possibly a win during next year’s awards season could indicate that Hollywood is acknowledging its responsibility for failing to hold Weinstein accountable.


She Said’s trailer was released by Universal Pictures on July 14, just four months before the film’s premiere. View it here below.

She Said provides an inside look into The New York Times, where reporters are entrusted with examining the pervasiveness of sexual harassment in the workplace. Jodi Kantor swiftly discovers that Hollywood’s corruption is pervasive. She reaches out to Megan Twohey as she conducts interviews with women who refuse to go on the record and therefore contribute to exposing Harvey Weinstein.

Kantor and Twohey collaborate to get out to the women Weinstein has silenced. In doing so, they utilise all their skills, courage, and resources to bring down the system that perpetuates abuse and protects perpetrators. Weinstein has his own team working behind the scenes to prevent the story from leaking.

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Where to Watch?

Currently, the only way to see She Said is to go to a movie theatre on November 18th, when it is released. You can discover a nearby screening on Fandango. If not, you must wait until it is available for purchase or rental on digital platforms such as Vudu, Apple, Amazon, and YouTube, or for streaming on Disney+. Continue reading for further information.


The reviews for She Said are generally favourable. The film garnered five stars from What to Watch’s She Said review and a “Certified Fresh” rating of 85 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (opens in new tab) (as of November 18).

Freeda Cooper, What to Watch: “The film contains all the elements of its illustrious predecessors’ thrillers, but Schrader takes it into heart-pounding territory by leaving no doubt as to what the survivors who spoke up had to lose.”

WeLoveCinema’s Steph Green (new window): “Through stunning performance, Maria Schrader’s film portrays how journalistic integrity and female solidarity ignited a global movement.”

According to Siddhant Adlakha of IGN Movies, She Said covers the Harvey Weinstein probe mechanically, reducing its story of vulnerability, paranoia, and perseverance to a journalism film checklist.

(Opens in a new window) Amanda Whiting, Independent (UK): “She Said aspires to be a great film about journalism, yet All the President’s Men and Spotlight feel like action-packed romps in compared to director Maria Schrader’s determined slog through modern reporting. Her sets are most comparable to Zoom backgrounds.”

She Said is warmed by its unwavering compassion and insistence that the right thing be done and remembered, according to Richard Lawson in Vanity Fair (new window): “Perhaps it is odd that a film depicting systemic abuse should appear so warm, but She Said is warmed by its insistence that the right thing be done and remembered.”

Katie Erbland, IndieWire: “In Maria Schrader’s smart and provocative She Said, we are reminded of another factor that contributes to the film’s greatness: it was women who accomplished it.”

Owen Gleiberman, Variety: “She Said is a taut, tumultuous, and captivating film that comes intriguingly close to the nuts and bolts of journalism.”

Adrian Horton, Guardian: “Like the book, She Said conveys the mountain of upheaval, challenges, dead-ends, relationships, and ambiguity that drive a single story — all the struggle, uncertainty, and strength that we cannot see.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Movie She Said Based on a True Story?

Based on the New York Times investigation by Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, and Rebecca Corbett that revealed Harvey Weinstein’s history of abuse and sexual misconduct against women, as well as Kantor and Twohey’s 2019 book with the same title.

How Long is the Movie She Said?

2h 15m

When Was She Said Published?

She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Spark a Movement is a nonfiction book by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey published in 2019.


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