When Liev Schreiber visited The Washington Post for a sitdown with Executive Editor Marty Baron, the veteran newsman tried to keep it quiet.
Baron hadn't told anybody the award-winning actor was there to talk with Baron before portraying him in "Spotlight." But, since it's a newspaper, word got out anyway.
People streamed by Baron's office, "including a woman who went by the first time with her hair up and the second time with her hair down," he said. Eventually, Baron concluded that Schreiber wasn't there for an idle chat.