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    Arthouse Audit: 'The Iceman' and 'What Maisie Knew' from Millennium Open Strong

    In a weekend dominated by the domestic opening of "Iron Man 3," two films from Millennium Films, both of which showed at Toronto last year to modest attention score surprisingly solid openings in limited play. "The Iceman" and "What Maisie Knew" both starred respected actors (hardly a guarantee for ...

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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? 'There's Something In The Air' With 'Iron Man 3' & 'The Iceman'

    It's a man's man's man's world. And while James Brown told us that "it don't mean nothing without a woman," what he forgot to mention is that she's probably never getting top billing. Or, at any rate, not this weekend. If we leave the titles aside -- "Iron Man 3," "The Iceman," and "Dead Man's Burde...

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    Ray Liotta Says 'The Iceman' Is Better Than 'Place Beyond The Pines,' Calls Brad Pitt "A Hack" (Jokingly?)

    Interviews are a necessary evil for actors and directors, part of the slog of promoting a movie, and while some can manage to endure the process, it seems Ray Liotta wasn't ready to play nice when speaking with the Examiner doing his duty for "The Iceman." Maybe he was just in a foul mood or really ...

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    Review: 'The Iceman' Starring Michael Shannon Is A Tired Take On The Mob Flick

    Are we living in a post-gangster movie age? From the early talkies to the Oscar-winning success of “The Departed,” the genre has been ever-popular and responsible for seminal films from “White Heat” and “The Godfather” to “Goodfellas” and “Pulp Fiction.” But one struggles to think of a standout film...

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    Eat, Drink and Be Merry: Food, Wine and Film at Sonoma International Film Festival, Liotta Talks 'Iceman'

    As Sonoma Film Festival Director Kevin McNeely says when ebulliently introducing opener "Iceman," 80% of the films in the festival have filmmakers in attendance: "Why wouldn't they want to come to Sonoma? They're certainly going to get enough to eat and drink!" He introduces the mayor of Sonoma, Ken...

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    Exclusive Photos: On Set With 'The Iceman' Stars Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder and Chris Evans

    After landing on an impressive trio of festival lineups last fall at Venice, Telluride and Toronto, Ariel Vromen's based-on-a-true-story hitman thriller/Michael Shannon vehicle "The Iceman" is being prepped by distributor Millennium Entertainment for a release early next month, and we have an exclus...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Hitman Thriller 'The Iceman' Starring Michael Shannon, Chris Evans, Ray Liotta & More

    There is no doubt that Michael Shannon can play menacing -- he'll put it to blockbuster effect this summer as General Zod in "Man Of Steel" -- and it seems filmmakers are eager to harness that intensity. That's certainly true with "The Iceman," the starry hitman flick that hit the festival circuit l...

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    New Orleans Shows Louisiana Pride Picking 'The Paperboy' and 'The Sessions' & 'The Iceman' to Bookend Festival

    The New Orleans Film Festival has announced its opening and closing night films: On October 11, Lee Daniels' "The Paperboy" will open the festival, while both Ben Lewin's "The Sessions" and Ariel Vromen's "The Iceman" will close the event on October 18 in a ...

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    Freed Winona: Ryder On Her Troubled Past, 'Iceman' Present and Ruth Gordon Future

    "I’ve loved making movies," Winona Ryder said in Toronto earlier this week when reflecting back on her 26-year career. "I feel like I’ve been so lucky because I’ve gotten to be in movies that are some of my favorites, regardless of my being in them -- like 'Heath...

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