THE KITCHEN – Final Trailer

If you can’t stand the heat, get out of Hell’s Kitchen. Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss star in #TheKitchenMovie, only in theaters August 9.

New York City, 1978. The 20 blocks of pawnshops, porn palaces and dive bars between 8th Avenue and the Hudson River owned by the Irish mafia and known as Hell’s Kitchen was never the easiest place to live. Or the safest. But for mob wives Kathy, Ruby and Claire–played by Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss–things are about to take a radical, dramatic turn. When their husbands are sent to prison by the FBI the women take business into their own hands, running the rackets and taking out the competition…literally.

Now they own the neighborhood.

The gritty, female-driven mob drama “The Kitchen,” from New Line Cinema and BRON Creative, is written and directed by Andrea Berloff, who was nominated for an Oscar for Original Screenplay for “Straight Outta Compton.”

The film also stars Domhnall Gleeson (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”), James Badge Dale (“Only the Brave”), Brian d’Arcy James (“Spotlight”), with Margo Martindale (TV’s “The Americans”), Oscar winner Common (“Selma,” “Marshall”), and Bill Camp (“Vice”), with an ensemble cast including Jeremy Bobb (“Marshall”), E.J. Bonilla (TV’s “The Long Road Home”), Wayne Duvall (“Prisoners”), Annabella Sciorra (TV’s “Daredevil”), Myk Watford (HBO’s “True Detective”).

Berloff’s screenplay was based on the comic book series created for DC Vertigo by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle. The film was produced by multiple Oscar nominee Michael De Luca (“Captain Phillips,” “Moneyball,” “The Social Network”) and Marcus Viscidi (“Rampage”). Serving as executive producers were Richard Brener, Michael Disco, Dave Neustadter, Aaron L. Gilbert, Jason Cloth, Elishia Holmes, and Adam Schlagman.

The creative filmmaking team included director of photography Maryse Alberti (“Creed”), production designer Shane Valentino (“Straight Outta Compton”), Oscar-nominated editor Christopher Tellefsen (“Moneyball,” “A Quiet Place”) and costume designer Sarah Edwards (“Ocean’s 8,” Showtime’s “Billions”). The music was composed by Bryce Dessner.

Principal photography took place primarily in and around the film’s setting, New York City’s famed Hell’s Kitchen.

New Line Cinema presents, in Association with BRON Creative, a Michael De Luca Production, “The Kitchen.” Set for release on August 9, 2019, it will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. Rated R for violence, language throughout and some sexual content.

35 replies
  1. Hugot Ni Kulot
    Hugot Ni Kulot says:

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  2. yurmexicanguy
    yurmexicanguy says:

    Oh God….. I just left from the cinema…. Disappointed. I was like, "that's it?" Where's the story? I expected more from this movie. It felt so rushed. I can't believe how it ended. I give this movie 4.5/10

  3. Major Harris
    Major Harris says:

    1. The DIRECTOR, DIRECTION, and SCRIPT, are garbage!
    2. Moss is under used.
    3. Too much sidewalk walking and talking.
    4. Zero character development or investment.
    5. The directing and script are REALLY BAD.
    6. This concept and pitch are great. The execution horrible.
    7. You can tell a woman with a spoiled prestine background made this because clearly she doesn't know crap about the mafia.
    8. Scorsese would have made this a classic.
    9. Must see mob master class movies before making one:
    *The Godfather
    *American Gangster
    10. The pacing and cutting is bad.
    11. No real mob style violence scenes. See 9.
    12. The actors were good but poorly directed and victims of a bad script.

  4. Velle
    Velle says:

    It’s sad cuz Elisabeth Moss was born into scientology and didn’t really have a choice so it’s hard to believe that she’ll ever leave it since she’ll both be shunned by the scientology church and cut off from family relations that are scientologists. She’s basically brainwashed completely and it’s horrifying.


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