December 4th, 2012
08:37 PM ET

Lawmakers allege "Zero Dark Thirty" filmmakers had access to confidential information

Our fifth story OutFront: a little too real?

"Zero Dark Thirty" is a new thriller coming out about the capture of Osama bin Laden, but this Hollywood re-telling has led to a very real federal investigation.

Two weeks before its set to open, the film itself has already gotten positive buzz from around the industry but a noticeably cooler reception in Washington, where Republicans are arguing that the Obama administration gave the directors and producers unprecedented access to confidential information about the now-famous raid.

CNN Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr talked to the film's directors and administration officials and is OutFront with the story.

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