MOVIES BASED ON TRUE STORIES | HEADLINES
I Am the Night
A ruined reporter helps a young woman investigate the mystery of her birth, but how much really happened?
How much fiction is in this story of a wealthy quadriplegic who hires a convict to take care of him?
Christian Bale captures Dick Cheney physically, but does the movie bear any resemblance to the truth?
Welcome to Marwen
Robert Zemeckis directs Steve Carell as a man who creates a miniature WWII town in his backyard to help deal with the effects of a brutal attack.
Is this story of an elderly WWII veteran who transports drugs for a Mexican cartel filled with fiction.
Lady Sarah becomes jealous of Queen Anne's affection for her new servant, but is the ensuing love triangle real?
Is the truth reinvented in this story of a bouncer who drives a black pianist through the 1960s South?
How accurate is this film about the 14th century Scottish 'Outlaw King' Robert the Bruce?
How true is this film about Norway's worst terrorist attack, which claimed the lives of 77 people?
Does this story of a father trying to help his drug-addicted son leave out certain facts?
In 1960, a group of secret agents attempt to capture Adolf Eichman, an architect of the Holocaust.
White Boy Rick
Does this story of a 14-year-old FBI informant turned drug dealer stick to the facts?
Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer, goes undercover to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s.
Is this new horror villain based in reality or is it a complete work of fiction?
We peel back The Nun's veil to reveal which parts of the horror movie are rooted in history.
Ryan Gosling blasts off as Neil Armstrong in this biopic of the first man to walk on the moon.
The movie is based on a Wall Street Journal article about a group of men who've played tag for more than 20 years.
In 1983, a young couple sets off across the ocean to deliver a yacht and they encounter a deadly hurricane.
I Can Only Imagine
The movie tells the story behind MercyMe's hit song, but how much of it really happened?
The 15:17 to Paris
Is this Clint Eastwood movie more accurate because the heroes portray themselves?
Gary Oldman portrays Winston Churchill during the early days of WWII, but is the movie accurate?