The movie focuses on their stories, but also manages to pull in stories from plenty of other women working at Fox News at the time who came forward to share their stories regarding sexual harassment.
In Carlson and Kelly's cases, the lawsuit prevented them from participating.
The says Carr isn't based on a real person, and that's especially important to note, especially because again, Bombshell is packed full of characters pulled from real life.
But because of the nature of the lawsuit against the company, those women had to share their stories anonymously with the filmmakers.
Like Pospisil, Carr isn't based on any single person in particular.
But Pospisil and Carr, two fictionalized characters created solely for the film, serve a specific function: their character arcs are an amalgamation of stories from the anonymous women who stepped forward to join Carlson in her lawsuit.