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The Irishman Movie Release Date On Netflix And Everything We Know About Jimmy Hoffa

Mark Cunliffe

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The Irishman Movie Release Date On Netflix And Everything We Know About Jimmy Hoffa

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Netflix announced that it was working with legendary pair Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese to create one of their most ambition projects to date, The Irishman. It's a gangster film with a star-studded cast that reportedly set the streaming service back a huge $173m (£143m). The film is based on a book called I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt and tells the story of Frank Sheeran, a gangster, hitman and World War Two veteran who was involved with some of the most notorious people of the 20th century. Set in 1920s Oklahoma, the plot will revolve around the Osage Nation, who became the richest people per capita in the world after they discovered oil under their land - and began to be murdered one by one. It sounds like it's going to be a thrill a minute. Here's everything you need to know about Scorsese's passion project.

The Irishman Starring Robert De Niro. Credit: Netflix
The Irishman Starring Robert De Niro. Credit: Netflix

Despite being a Netflix film, The Irishman will be coming to the big screen too, in a limited release. Robert De Niro told Marrakesh Film Festival 2018: "We've talked about it with Netflix.

"They are going to do a presentation of our film the way it should be, in a theatre, in certain venues, the best theatrical venues there can be.

"How they resolve it is, in the beginning, they will show it on the big screen, we're talking about big venues where it would play, where it should play, and what happens after that I'm not sure."

When Released, The Irishman Will Be Exclusive To Netflix. Credit: Netflix
When Released, The Irishman Will Be Exclusive To Netflix. Credit: Netflix

What's The Irishman release date?

The Irishman is set to be released in cinemas first and then released Netflix in late 2019. The film will premiere at New York Film Festival on September 27, 2019.

It will have its international premiere at the BFI London Film Festival 2019 on October 13, 2019.

During a chat with Joe Rogan, actor Sebastian Maniscalco let it slip that the Netflix release wouldn't be far behind. When Joe asked when he could expect the film to come out, Maniscalco replied: "It's coming out in October."

The Irishman cast

When I said that the cast was star-studded, I wasn't joking. Here's the complete list of the A-list roster.

Robert De Niro as Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran

Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa

Joe Pesci as Russell Bufalino

Harvey Keitel as Angelo Bruno

Bobby Cannavale as Felix "Skinny Razor" DiTullio

Stephen Graham as Tony Provenzano

Kathrine Narducci as Carrie Bufalino

Domenick Lombardozzi as Anthony Salerno

Anna Paquin as Peggy Sheeran

Sebastian Maniscalco as Joe "Crazy Joe" Gallo

Ray Romano as Bill Bufalino

Jeremy Luke as Thomas Andretta

Joseph Russo as Stephen Andretta

Stephanie Kurtzuba as Irene Sheeran

Aleksa Palladino as Mary Sheeran

India Ennenga as Dolores Sheeran

J. C. MacKenzie as Jimmy Neal

Craig Vincent as Ed Partin

Gary Basaraba as Frank Fitzsimmons

Welker White as Josephine Hoffa

Jesse Plemons as Chuckie O'Brien

Jim Norton as Don Rickles

Larry Romano as Phil Testa

Jake Hoffman as Allen Dorfman

Patrick Gallo as Anthony Giacalone

Barry Primus as Ewing King

So, if you love a good gangster film, you'll be in for a treat sooner than you think.

Topics: TV and Film, Interesting, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, UK Entertainment, US Entertainment, Netflix

Mark Cunliffe
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