Speaking with MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell, actors Jesse Plemons and Rory Cochrane describe their physical and emotional transformation for the 'Whitey' Bulger...
Scott Cooper, the director of the ‘Whitey’ Bulger drama ‘Black Mass,’ describes filming in Boston and getting authentic performances out of Johnny Depp and...
'Black Mass' director Scott Cooper explains how he directed Johnny Depp as South Boston's notorious criminal James 'Whitey' Bulger.
A few years back, there were multiple Whitey Bulger biopics in development. We all know how the Johnny Depp one turned out, of course, since Black Mass hit theaters a couple weeks ago. But Matt Damon, who had planned to star in one of...Show More Summary
James “Whitey” Bulger spent about 15 years on the lam as #2 on the FBI’s Most Wanted list, and yet “Black Mass,” the new Warner Bros. drama documenting his reign of error over Irish Catholic South Boston, directed by Scott Cooper and headlined by Johnny Depp as Bulger, indicates he still eludes us. Show More Summary
Johnny Depp has been winning praise from fans and film-goers since the opening of the latest film in which he stars and portrays drug kingpin Whitey Bulger. Black Mass has been high on the discussion list for Oscar contenders and Johnny Depp has been the focus to finally receive a best actor Academy Award. Show More Summary
Warner Bros.’ Whitey Bulger gangster film Black Mass, despite being the No. 2 movie last weekend with $22.6M, has ruled No. 1 at the weekday B.O. from Monday through Wednesday, beating last weekend’s champ Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials from 20th Century Fox. Show More Summary
This year's Oscar race could see non-lookalike portrayals like Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs and Robert Redford as Dan Rather trump those that employ replicating make-up, such as Johnny Depp's Whitey Bulger.
Johnny Depp’s latest film, Black Mass, which casts the star as Whitey Bulger, hit theaters on September 18th. At Publishers Weekly, author T. J. English argues that Where the Bodies Were Buried: Whitey Bulger and the World That Made Him is necessary to the canon of literature on Bulger, even if it’s the 16th book about […]
Bulger wasnt hardwired to be a murderer. No one is.
She was the girlfriend of one of America’s most infamous mobsters when the pair went into hiding in order to evade his arrest, but Catherine Greig will not be sharing… READ ON
Scott Cooper’s film “Black Mass” is told in flashback, framed by recent confessions by James (Whitey) Bulger’s partners in crime, and the first of these flashbacks is dated, in an on-screen title, to 1975. That’s the time when SouthShow More Summary
Boston Herald columnist—and host of The Howie Carr Show—Howie Carr writes about how the notorious Boston gangster wanted him dead, claiming to have purchased C-4 to blow him up.
Black Mass, the self-proclaimed “true story” of infamous Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger and the Winter Hill Gang, hit theaters on Friday Sept. 18. The grisly two-hour film chronicles Bulger’s meteoric rise through the ranks of the Boston underworld thanks to his partnership with corrupt FBI agents John Connolly and John Morris. Show More Summary
Federal prosecutors have made it clear to the girlfriend of crime boss Whitey Bulger that she has a choice: Start talking, or rot in prison. Catherine Greig, the mobster's companion during his 16 years on the run, is already serving eight years for assisting him and she has now been...
She may have been left completely out of Black Mass, but Catherine Greig was an important part of Boston gangster Whitey Bulger’s fugitive years from 1995 to 2011. And she’s still following her longtime companion’s particular code of ethics, facing new charges for, as CNN puts it, “refusing to snitch:” Read more...
The couple was arrested in California in 2011 after secretly living in the same rent-controlled apartment for 15 years.
The girlfriend of notorious Boston gangster James (Whitey) Bulger was indicted Tuesday for keeping mum about whether anyone else aided him.
Synopsis: The true story of Whitey Bulger, the brother of a state senator and the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston, who became an...
Johnny Depp has been earning a lot of buzz around his new mobster biopic Black Mass, based on the life of the notorious criminal Whitey Bulger. Some even say Johnny Depp could be up for an Oscar for the role. But not everyone is happy with the actor’s portrayal of the infamously ruthless gangster–namely the... Show More Summary