By Jeremy Herb - 02/26/13 04:38 PM EST
Senate Intelligence Committee spokesmen did not respond to requests for comment on the report.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne FeinsteinDianne FeinsteinCelebrating the contributions of the National Park Service at its centennial France, Germany push for encryption limits Lochte apologizes for behavior in Rio MORE (D-Calif.) and Sens. Carl LevinCarl LevinSenate continues to disrespect Constitution, Obama and Supreme Court by not voting on Garland As other regulators move past implementing Dodd-Frank, the SEC falls further behind Will partisan politics infect the Supreme Court? MORE (D-Mich.) and John McCainJohn McCainThe Hill’s 12:30 Report McCain names Britney Spears as a favorite Trump haunts McCain's reelection fight MORE (R-Ariz.) wrote to Sony Pictures in December complaining that the movie implied torture helped to track down bin Laden.
They said this was false, citing a still-classified committee report on the Bush-era enhanced interrogation program.
The Intelligence panel then said it was starting the investigation into contact between filmmakers and CIA officials.
Director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal have defended the way the film depicts torture, saying those scenes were necessary because it is part of the history.