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Michael Shannon Isn't Messing Around On First Poster For Hitman Tale 'The Iceman'

26 March 2012 7:23 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Boasting one of the best performances last year in the psychological drama "Take Shelter," Michael Shannon will take a bit of a different turn starring in Ariel Vromen's real-life hitman chronicle "The Iceman."

The project once had a few bigger names surrounding Shannon namely James Franco, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Benicio Del Toro but, as it struggled to get off the ground, it gained a decent cast that includes Ray Liotta, Chris Evans, David Schwimmer and Winona Ryder. The story follows the exploits of Richard Kulinski, one of the most notorious mob hitmen, claiming over 100 kills while keeping his true identity secret from his wife and kids. Schwimmer plays fellow hitman Josh Rosenthal with Liotta as his mob boss Roy Demoe, Ryder as Shannon's unsuspecting wife and Evans as his mentor. 

It sounds promising. While this "test scene" footage which has been kicking around for a while isn't exactly exciting, »

- Simon Dang

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The Legacy of Brock Lesnar

1 January 2012 12:36 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

On December 30, 2011 at Ufc 141, Brock Lesnar entered the octagon for the eighth time against Alistair Overeem (36-11). Two minutes, twenty six seconds, and a liver kick later, the fight and Lesnar’s career were over.

In the post-match interview with Rogan, Lesnar humbly declared his retirement after two tough years of illness, surgery, and successive losses. He was an Ncaa champion, a professional wrestler, a failed football player, and now a retired cage fighter.

Its now our job to figure out what Brock and his short, but enigmatic career actually meant.

The Fighter

Brock is a free style wrestler. Or perhaps I should say, “was” because the last time he wrestled competitively prior to joining the Ufc was way back in 2000 when he was an All-American and National Champion for the Minnesota Golden Gophers. And nothing says bad ass like a gopher. Especially the golden ones.

With a 106-5 record in college and junior college, »

- Robert Curtis

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