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Raise your hand if you've had nightmares that involve Joe Bailey creepily saying "Gimme that rose" ever since he slithered onto Bachelor in Paradise? While he was apparently beloved by his fellow contestants on Kaitlyn Bristowe's season of The Bachelorette, Joe has gone from "America's Sweetheart to America's Most Wanted," as Jared Haibon put it, during his short stint on Bachelor in Paradise season two, thanks to his gross treatment of Juelia Kinney and his even-grosser relationship with Samantha Steffen. Willing to do whatever it took to get a rose ("Rose over bros" is his life-motto/the saying on Bip t-shirts we are having made), Joe manipulated Juelia, a single mother with a tragic »
Depp underwent a physical transformation to play the balding crime boss Whitey Bulger, who ruled over the Boston Mob with an iron grip.
Whitey Bulger was at the centre of corruption as an FBI informant for more than 30 years, while taking out any opposition to his Winter Hill Gang.
Black Mass opens on September 18 in the Us and November 13 in the UK. »
You may already be familiar with gangster Whitey Bulger and if not, here's the run-down: Bulger was number 2 on America's Most Wanted list (right after Osama Bin Laden). He was a mob hitman who Boston for years and he wasn't even quiet about it. The police knew he was a mobster, he was responsible for the deaths of over a dozen victims and no one in law enforcement batted an eyeball.
Bulger did eventually get caught but his story is more colourful than a Scorsese gangster flick and it was only a matter of time before someone took it to the big screen and Black Mass is the first attempt.
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