ComingSoon is excited to debut a 18½ clip for the fictional Watergate drama focusing on the gap in Nixon’s tapes and a White House transcriber. Directed by Dan Mirvish, who also came up with the story for the film along with screenwriter Daniel Moya, the film is out now in theaters and comes to digital and VOD services on July 5, 2022. It stars Willa Fitzgerald, John Magaro, Vondie Curtis Hall, Catherine Curtin, Richard Kind, and Sullivan Jones. It also features voice performances by Ted Raimi as General Al Haig, Jon Cryer as H.R. Haldeman, and Bruce Campbell as President Richard Nixon.
“In 1974, a White House transcriber is thrust into the Watergate scandal when she obtains the only copy of the infamous 18½ minute gap in Nixon’s tapes,” names the synopsis.
Check out the 18½ clip below:
18½ is oroduced by Mirvish, Moya, and Terry Keefe
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