Writer/director Joe Lynch’s (Wrong Turn 2) new short film Truth in Journalism has been released online, and Marvel fans should be pretty pleased with the finished product. The film premiered this year at Comic-Con and is a sort of follow-up to last year’s The Punisher short Dirty Laundry, which starred Thomas Jane and was produced by Adi Shankar. Truth in Journalism, which was also produced by Shankar, stars Ryan Kwanten as a New York City journalist whose work is being chronicled by a French documentary film crew. A rather exciting reveal takes place later in the short, but I won’t spoil that here on the front page. Hit the jump to check out the film for yourself.
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