According to director (and producer) Ariel Vromen, they had a test screening on the movie and it will just need a month to have the movie finished. He also announced the “The Iceman” got officially selected to both Venice film festival and Toronto Film Festival.
Sumatra Film official page has already a link to what may be an upcoming test scene/trailer for the movie. It’s directing us to a 404 page, but it worth checking it on weekly basis for some trailer news.
Deadline reports that Winona Ryder has just committed to star with Michael Shannon and Chris Evans in The Iceman, the Ariel Vromen-directed drama based on the Anthony Bruno book about Richard Kuklinski, a family man who secretly carried out contract killings for the mob. Millennium Films/Nu Image is financing. Shannon is playing Kuklinski, aka The Iceman, and Evans is playing his mentor, Robert Pronge. Ryder, most recently seen in Black Swan and The Dilemma, will play Kuklinskiâ€™s wife, Deborah, who did not know that he was a contract killer. Gersh-repped Ryder just wrapped the indie The Stare opposite James Franco.
Production is supposed to start this month.
This just came into my inbox, and I’m too excited for waiting more emails about it:
Ben Foster is in talks to star in the upcoming sci-fi thriller â€˜Prometheusâ€™, who joins the cast of the movie directed by Ridley Scott. Ben who has worked in â€˜Mechanicâ€™ and â€˜The Messengerâ€™, will now join the cast of the movie with Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba, Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Sean Harris and Logan Marshall-Greene. It is also believed that, Ian Holm, Lance Henriksen, Winona Ryder also joined the cast of the movie â€˜Prometheusâ€™.
â€™Prometheusâ€™ is turning into one of the most exciting and anticipating movies in production is expected to reach the theaters on June 1, 2012 in 3D. The synopsis of the story has been revealed recently. It tells about a team of scientists and explorers, who are set on a thrilling expedition, which tests them physically and mentally, which also strand them on a different and distant world. There they will discover the answers of most fundamental questions and the ultimate mystery of life.
March 28th 1986. Winona’s first movie, Lucas, hit the movie theaters. Winona was Rina, best friend of the outsider Lucas, and, well, you already knows that…
Twenty-five years later, Black Swan hits DVD and Blu-Ray. Winona’s performance as Beth, the retiring prima ballerina, was so powerful that Noni love seems to be everywhere all over again.
These are only two moments of an extensive and brilliant career. Let us know, in the comments, which Winona’s performance are your favorite.