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The Iceman

106 min
Biography | Crime | Drama
IMDB rate:
Ariel Vromen
2 wins
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-05-02
Filming Locations: Downtown, Los Angeles, California, USA
Budget: $10,000,000
Opening Weekend: $87,946 (USA) (5 May 2013)
Gross: $1,939,441 (USA) (7 July 2013)
Gavin Casalegno
Gavin Casalegno
The Iceman
Michael Shannon
Richard Kuklinski
Winona Ryder
Deborah Pellicotti
Chris Evans
Mr. Freezy
Ray Liotta
Roy Demeo
David Schwimmer
Josh Rosenthal
Danny A. Abeckaser
Dino Lapron (as Danny Abeckaser)
John Ventimiglia
Mickey Scicoli
Ryan O'Nan
Terry Franzo
McKaley Miller
James Franco
Marty Freeman
Stephen Dorff
Joey Kuklinski
Hector Hank
Tender Bar Earl
Robert Davi
Leonard Merks
Zoran Radanovich
Shira Vilensky
Coffee Shop Waitress (as Shira Vilenski)
Kelly Lind
Hospital Nurse
John P. Fertitta
Uncle Bill
Erin Cummings
Jimmy Lee Jr.
Homeless Man
Johnny Martin
Nick Gomez
Vincent Fuentes
Brian Kinney
Slick BMW Guy
Ashlynn Ross
Weronika Rosati
Alexandra Doke
Park Little Girl
Bill Martin Williams
Club Maitre D'
Lindsay Clift
Club USA Dance Partner (as Lindsay Erin Clift)
Katarzyna Wolejnio
Romy (as Katarzyna Wolenjino)
Jay Giannone
Dominick Provenzano
Freddy Bosche
Detective Beaumont
Tim Bell
Garrett Kruithof
Stanley Kuklinski
Ray Gaspard
Juan Michael Konshuk-Mas
Mr. Freezy's Son
Ehud Bleiberg
Trial Judge
Jonathan Vender
Trial Judge (voice)
Tommy Alastra
Documentary Interviewer (voice)
Carl Bailey
Mob Driver (uncredited)
Joseph Blackstone
Frozen Body (uncredited)
Johnnie Brannon
Skate Patron (uncredited)
Laurie Cummings
Courtroom Observer (uncredited)
Michael P Gardner
Courtroom Observer (uncredited)
Oliver George
Club patron (uncredited)
A. Michelle Harleston
Courtroom Observer (uncredited)
Kerrigan Hightower
Park Goer (uncredited)
Russell Hightower
Park Goer (uncredited)
Michael C Hollandsworth
Courtroom Member (uncredited)
Heather Rene Hutson
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Steve Jimenez
Taxi Driver / Club Patron / Bar Patron / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Richard Allan Jones
Movie Theater Patron (uncredited)
Carson Kimball
Marty's son (uncredited)
Marjorie Ocho Kouns
Aunt Rochelle (uncredited)
Caden Large
Boy on Bike in Park (uncredited)
Joy Leigh
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Juliet London
Girl At Bar (uncredited)
Daniel J. Maher
Arresting Detective (uncredited)
Téa Mckay
Roller skater
Allen Merritt
Porn Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Catherine Kim Poon
Club Goer (uncredited)
Delmaine Samuel
Prisoner (uncredited)
Parker Stalford
Roller Skater
Katheryn Swann
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Nathan Tremaine
Police Officer (uncredited)
Christian Walker
Drunk Guy (uncredited)
Morgan Jaye Williams
Club Goer (uncredited)
Jonathan Yunger
Porn Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Did you know?
James Franco and Benicio Del Toro were originally cast in the lead roles. Franco was replaced by Chris Evans and Del Toro was replaced by Ray Liotta.
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While in prison, Richard Kuklinski claimed to be responsible along with four other men for the kidnap and murder of former Teamsters union boss Jimmy Hoffa on July 30 1975 in a restaurant parking lot in Detroit. The five-man team were allegedly given the contract on Hoffa by Tony Provenzano, a captain in the Genovese crime family. Kuklinski claimed to have been paid $40,000 for the hit. Kuklinski said that he knocked Hoffa unconscious with a blackjack and, while holding Hoffa's chin up, thrust a hunting knife into the back of his head. Hoffa's body was then allegedly placed in the trunk of a car that was then crushed and sold as scrap metal to Japanese car makers. The claims only surfaced after Kuklinski's death in March 2006 in a book by author Philip Carlo and will probably never be substantiated.
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Maggie Gyllenhaal was cast as Deborah Kuklinski, but dropped out due to pregnancy. She was replaced by Winona Ryder.
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Some of vehicles travelling on the street in 1976 were not produced until 1977 or later. The vehicles are as following Chevrolet Malibu (1978), Chevrolet Impala taxicab (1977), a parked Oldsmobile Delta 88 station wagon (1977). A double-parked Ford Econoline didn't have rectangular headlamps until 1979, following a minor facelift.
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In the hospital scenes, "Cover Your Cough" posters are visible in the hallways even though that campaign did not start until the 2000's - many years after the film takes place.
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In the hospital, there are visual fire alarms in the hallways. The visual fire alarms didn't appear in the buildings until 1990s under Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
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Mr. Freezy: [Kuklinski walks up] So, is it my lucky day, or my last?
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Mr. Freezy: Mr. Kuklinski, do you have any regrets about the things you've done?
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Deborah Pellicotti: I was working across the street, and uh, Richie would come over every break he had, and he would bring me flowers and candy. And then it got really awkward, because I didn't know who he was, and I just started making any excuse I could to say no. And then one day, out of the blue, he walks in and he tells me I'm making a big mistake. And I didn't know what to say, because he seemed so convinced. So I went out with him.
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Photos from cast
Christa Campbell Gavin Casalegno