A first official look at The Kitchen, the upcoming crime action movie directed by Andrea Berloff based on a script she co-wrote with Ollie Masters and starring Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss, Domhnall Gleeson, Tiffany Haddish, James Badge Dale, Common, Alicia Coppola, Margo Martindale, Bill Camp, Jeremy Bobb, Brian d’Arcy James, John Sharian, Tina Benko, Rob Yang, Wayne Duvall, and Joseph Russo:
“The wives of New York gangsters in Hell’s Kitchen in the 1970s continue to operate their husbands’ rackets after they’re locked up in prison.”
The film cast:
– Melissa McCarthy as Kathy, a devoted mother of two whose initial reluctance to enter the criminal domain is eventually diminished by her deft abilities;
– Tiffany Haddish as Ruby O’Carroll, an outsider in an Irish community who seeks self-sufficiency once her husband is not around to protect her;
– Elisabeth Moss as Claire Walsh, a timid wife of an abusive husband who falls in love with the violence of her new life;
– Common as Gary Silvers, an FBI agent;
– Domhnall Gleeson as Gabriel O’Malley, an intense Vietnam vet who worked for the neighborhood gangsters as a hitman before skipping town to avoid the police. He returns to settle scores when the wives take over and ends up falling for Claire;
– Margo Martindale as “a woman who runs the Irish mob behind the scenes”;
– Bill Camp as “the boss of a Brooklyn Italian crime family”;
– Alicia Coppola as Maria Coretti, the wife of Camp’s character;
– Brian d’Arcy James as Kathy’s husband;
– James Badge Dale as Kevin O’Carroll, the husband of Ruby;
– Jeremy Bobb as Rob Walsh, the violent husband of Claire;
– James Ciccone as Joe Goon, hitman for the Coretti crime family;
– John Sharian as Duffy;
– Stephen Singer as Herb Kanfer;
– Wayne Duvall;
– and Myk Watford as Little Jackie, who initially assumes control of one of the mob crews after his boss is sent to prison.
The release date of the movie The Kitchen is set to September 20, 2019.
Stay tuned with us for more details.