If you’re not a regular listener to the “Howard Stern Show” on SiriusXM radio, you might not recognize the name Jon Leiberman. But, you should. As arguably one of the hardest working reporters in the city, Lieberman has now added the...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is distributing, with Joel Edgerton co-starring in this biopic centering on Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. [...]
Warner Bros. will co-finance the Whitey Bulger biopic 'Black Mass' starring Johnny Depp, with a Fall 2015 release target. The post Johnny Depp Gangster Biopic ‘Black Mass’ Picked up By WB for 2015 Release appeared first on Screen Ra...
EXCLUSIVE: Warner Bros is signing on to co-finance and do the worldwide release of Black Mass, the Scott Cooper-directed crime drama that will star Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger, the notorious Boston mob boss suspected of using his status as FBI informant to eliminate criminal competition. Show More Summary
William Camuti pleaded not guilty to murder in the July 2013 poisoning death of Steven Rakes, an alleged extortion victim of Boston gangster Whitey Bulger
The attorney for Fred Weichel claims that James "Whitey" Bulger urged a corrupt FBI agent not to tell authorities he saw Weichel at a bar shortly before Robert LaMonica was fatally shot in 1980
Remember, this is the country that sent us the Tsarnaevs. Never forget. Never. — Kevin Paul Dupont (@GlobeKPD) February 8, 2014 Read more...
Johnny Depp signs onto to play Whitey Bulger in BLACK MASS, directed by Scott Cooper and possibly starring Tom Hardy. Read the full article on AICN Papa Vinyard here, now here's a little somethin' for ya... Back in May, we told you that Johnny Depp was leaving Barry Levinson's Whitey Bulger biopic, BLACK MASS. Show More Summary
The Whitey Bulger biopic Black Mass got a fresh jolt of life last month when Scott Cooper entered talks to direct, and now it’s taking another big step forward as casting gets underway. In the lead role will be Johnny Depp, who previously signed on and then quit the project last year, while Tom Hardy is […]
Tom Hardy is in talks to play Whitey Bulger's confidante and FBI agent John Connolly in this true life drama from director Scott Cooper. [...]
Last May it was reported that Boston’s boy Johnny Depp had dropped out of playing mob kingpin Whitey Bulger, with Depp’s need to do right by his pallies down at the packie superseded by his need to earn $20 million. But now it seemsShow More Summary
Just last month we learned Crazy Heart and Out of the Furnace director Scott Cooper was in talks to take over Universal's gangster film Black Mass, the story of Boston crime kingpin Whitey Bulger. Previously, Johnny Depp and director Barry Levinson were going to bring the project to the big screen, but they both fell away from the project. Show More Summary
Depp will star as Bulger, and Tom Hardy is in early talks to play John Connolly, the childhood friend and FBI agent who helped Bulger escape justice.
Last February, Johnny Depp signed on to star as Whitney Bulger in Black Mass, a biopic of the Boston mobster. Then, in May, Depp left the project after being asked to reduce his pay from $20 million to $10 million. Now things are looking up for those who really want... More »
Whitey Bulger biopic 'Black Mass' is moving forward again, with a new director and Johnny Depp back in place as the lead. The post Johnny Depp Back Onboard for Gangster Biopic ‘Black Mass’; Tom Hardy in Talks appeared first on Screen Rant.
Johnny Depp has signed his deal to star in Black Mass, the Scott Cooper-directed drama about Boston crime kingpin-turned-fugitive Whitey Bulger, for Cross Creek Pictures and Exclusive Media, says Deadline. Tom Hardy is also in early talks to play FBI agent John J. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Johnny Depp has made his deal to star in Black Mass, the drama Scott Cooper will direct about the Boston crime kingpin-turned-fugitive Whitey Bulger, for Cross Creek Pictures and Exclusive Media. Now, they are in early talks...Show More Summary
The First Circuit has been making national headlines for the past year, as all eyes wanted to see the fate of Whitey Bulger. Now, an equally (if not more) gripping case is progressing through the First Circuit -- the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a/k/a the surviving accused Boston Marathon bomber.......
These questions originally appeared on Quora. Answers by Joe Berlinger, Director, Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger, Nonfiction film/television director/producer whose films include Paradise Lost, Brother's Keeper,Show More Summary
Alleged mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger was sentenced in November to two life terms plus five years in prison after the jury found he was involved in 11 murders. In the documentary "Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger," Bulger finally speaks out.