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The Iceman

The Iceman

"Think God's gonna save ya? Tell him to come down and stop me..."

Boardwalk Empire's Michael Shannon is sadistic mafia hitman Richard Kuklinski, who worked for the Gambino crime family carrying out more than a hundred hits between 1964 and 1986. Based on his true story the film chronicles how an unassuming family man became a serial contract killer with the nickname 'The Iceman' because he froze his victims to disguise their time of death and keep the cops off his trail of destruction.

Also starring Ray Liotta, Chris 'Captain America' Evans, Stephen Dorff, James Franco and Winona Ryder as Kuklinski's unsuspecting wife, The Iceman delivers chills and kills to a cinema near you from June 7th.

Here's the official synopsis:

Richard Kuklinski (Michael Shannon) and his wife Deborah (Winona Ryder) appear to have a model American life, living with their three children in an idyllic suburban ranch house with a big lawn on a quiet street. But unbeknownst to Deborah and the kids, when Kuklinski goes off to work in the morning - or, on occasion, in the middle of dinner or the middle of the night - he is carrying out executions at the behest of the Gambino crime family, employing a wide variety of deadly methods (guns, knives, explosives, strangling, poisonings) that make it difficult to trace all the fatalities to a single killer. The Iceman shows the development of Kuklinski's career from the 1950s through the 1980s, chronicling his friendship with Gambino soldato Roy DeMeo (Ray Liotta), his mentorship under assassin Robert "Mister Softee" Pronge (Chris Evans), and his troubled relationship with his brother Joseph (Stephen Dorff), who, like Richard, was plagued by sociopathic tendencies all his life.