This week Snowden is released, continuing a popular trend in Hollywood films that focuses specifically on the people who make the Information Age a media firestorm. Edward Snowden is perhaps the most popular one, Citizenfour made him a household name, Snowden (starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is bound to make him a legacy. Depicting icons of the Information Age has become a popular way to explore topics of the modern world. In The Social Network (2010), David Fincher made a film of lost human connection in a digitally connected world. The Fifth Estate (2013) sought to de-mythologize one of the Information Age’s most controversial personalities. Steve Jobs (2015) explored three timeframes of a man’s life to highlight both a personal growth and digital evolution. These are five stories of the Information Age that Hollywood has still yet to tell.