The thriller starring Michael Shannon as real-life hitman/family man Richard Kuklinski premiered at Venice last fall and is due for to his U.S. theaters in May via Millennium Entertainment. Ray Liotta, Wynona Ryder, Chris Evans and James Franco co-star along with plenty of ’70s-era mustaches. Kuklinski was a mob killer-for-hire who knocked off more than 100 men before begin caught in 1986, with his family not having the first clue about what he did for a living. The Iceman was written by Morgan Land and Ariel Vromen based on Anthony Bruno’s book. Vromen directed.
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