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Trailers for THE POST & GAME NIGHT

I'll pop up briefly in a few movies coming out this year.

Here are trailers for two of them.

First THE POST directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Meryl Streep & Tom Hanks.  

Limited release Dec 22nd. Everywhere in January.

And GAME NIGHT starring Rachel McAdams & Jason Bateman. 

Out March 2nd. 

GRAVES, THE POST and more.

I'll be recurring Season 2 of  on the Epix show GRAVES starring Nick Nolte, Sela Ward, Heléne Yorke, Chris Lowell, Skylar Astin and Callie Hernandez. And pop up in these upcoming feature films: Steven Spielberg's "The Post",  "Home Again" starring Reese Witherspoon, "Game Night" starring Rachel McAdams & Jason Bateman and "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" starring Melissa McCarthy. 

From Deadline:

Michael Cyril Creighton (Spotlight, High Maintenance) has booked a recurring role on the second season of Epix comedy series Graves. After a year of public protests against his Presidential legacy, Season 2 finds former President Richard Graves (Nick Nolte) turning inward in search of the man he used to be before he was President. This journey is compounded by the arrival of his first grandchild, thanks to daughter Olivia (Heléne Yorke) and a new revelation about his son, Jeremy (Chris Lowell). Graves’s journey coincides with wife Margaret’s (Sela Ward) Senate campaign, as the former First Lady attempts to build her own political legacy at the exact moment that her husband is tearing his down; and his assistant, Isaiah Miller’s (Skylar Astin) search for new direction after taking a bullet for the President in the Season 1 finale. Meanwhile, Graves’ spiritual muse Samantha (Callie Hernandez) finds a new calling as a singer/songwriter. Creighton will play Phoenix, Olivia’s (Yorke) serene and very serious doula who she refers to as her “Mandoula.” Creighton can next be seen on the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s The Papers, as well as Can You Ever Forgive Me and Game Night. He’s repped by Stewart Talent and Industry Entertainment.

A Tribute to Joe Crowley, Who I Portrayed in SPOTLIGHT


On Sunday April 16,  2017 we lost a wonderful man who impacted my life so profoundly: Joseph Crowley, the survivor of clergy abuse who I portrayed in the film "Spotlight." Joe was wildly funny, a great storyteller and a truly kind & gentle soul. Those close to him called him "Princess," a nickname he proudly accepted. He was a strong man, a resilient man. He bravely spoke about his abuse in order to help others, and never spent a moment feeling sorry for himself. His sense of humor was wicked and sharp, and he told me that during all the ups and downs he knew he was truly in trouble if he couldn't laugh. And laugh he did, often and heartily. I've never met anyone who could talk longer and with more enthusiasm about character actress Sylvia Myles. He didn't have a thick Boston accent, but it came out when he said "Ann-Margret", which he said VERY often. My first contact with Joe was a voicemail, "Hi Joe. This is Michael Cyril Creighton. I'm playing you in Spotlight. I also hear you have a strong admiration for Margo Martindale. So, obviously we've got a lot to talk about." A day later, I spoke to him for 2 hours on the phone, but only for a few minutes about Margo. The first thing he told me was "I had always hoped Geena Davis would play me in the film of my life, but you will do" and then laughed. Classic Joe Crowley. About a week later I spent 5 hours with him at a coffee shop in Boston. I was asking tough questions and was very nervous, and he was so generous with his time and his answers. Without Joe's willingness to share his story with me, I would have never been able to do the role justice. His openness informed my performance in ways I can't even fully articulate. I am so thankful for that. And him. Little did I know after that first phone call that we'd be constantly in touch via text/phone/email for the next 2 years. Joe Crowely wasn't just research for me, he became a friend. He started calling me "JC2" (For Joe Crowley 2). When I saw JC1 a couple of months ago in Boston, he seemed at peace. He was happy and settled and full of joy. He constantly texted me with ideas for the plot of "Spotlight 2: The Joe Crowley Story" or whenever there was a great movie on Lifetime. I'll miss those texts and phone calls. I'm so honored and lucky to have been able to help tell his story in Spotlight, but the real gift was getting to know him. He was a very special person. My only hope is he passed watching his favorite Ann-Margret movie, with a big smile on his face. It is very Joe to pass on Easter. The Princess won't be upstaged. Rest in Peace, JC1.

Please take a moment to read his beautiful obituary, here:


And this gorgeous piece about knowing him, written by Spotlight reporter Sacha Pfeiffer: