"The Bronx Bull" is a 2016 American biographical sports film directed by Martin Guigui.
The starring cast includes William Forsythe, Joe Mantegna, Tom Sizemore, Paul Sorvino, Natasha Henstridge, Penelope Ann Miller, Alicia Witt, Mojean Aria, Ray Wise, James Russo and others.

Here are "The Bronx Bull" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for The Bronx Bull movie?

Momentum Pictures on Wednesday, December 07, 2016 released the trailer for "The Bronx Bull" you can watch here:
THE BRONX BULL Official Trailer.

Plot summary

What is The Bronx Bull movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The Bronx Bull" movie plot summary.

A combination prequel and sequel of the Raging Bull that explores "before the rage" and "after the rage" of world middleweight boxing champ Jake LaMotta's tumultuous life and times.


Who plays who in the The Bronx Bull movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Bronx Bull" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

William Forsythe  as Jake LaMotta
Joe Mantegna  as Rick Rosselli
Tom Sizemore  as Tony
Paul Sorvino  as Giuseppe LaMotta
Natasha Henstridge  as Sally Carlton
Penelope Ann Miller  as Debbie Forrester
Alicia Witt  as Denise Baker
Mojean Aria  as Young Jake LaMotta
Ray Wise  as Father Joseph
James Russo  as Rocky Graziano
Robert Davi  as Aaron Levy
Cloris Leachman  as Lillian Forrester
Mike Starr  as Jerry
Joe Cortese  as Vito Lazio
Bruce Davison  as D.A. Bonomi
Dave Cobert  as The Irishman
Dom Irrera  as Joe E. Lewis
Claudia Ferri  as Anita Elisabetta
Harry Hamlin  as Lenny
Rebecca Forsythe  as Lisa LaMotta
Joey Diaz  as Mickey
Eric Mamann  as Young Rick Rosselli
Alex Meraz  as Paco
Dahlia Waingort Guigui  as Jane Russell (as Dahlia Waingort)
Juliet Landau  as Starlet
Sterling Fitzgerald  as Laura
Russell Gannon  as Tony
Cory Scarborough  as Peter / Boy in Mess Hall
Dre' Michael Chaney  as Sugar Ray Robinson
John D. Alexander  as Sully
Valentina de Angelis  as Eleanor
Marni Lustig  as Carla
Matthew Parrott  as Cutman
Josh Tessier  as Laurent Dauthuille
Seth Bailey  as U.S. Senator Estes Kefauver
Robert T. Barrett  as Chain Gang Prisoner #1
Courtney Gains  as Chain Gang Guard
Anthony Bonaventura  as Chain Gang
Camille Carida  as Journalist
Will Radford  as Stanley
Ashley Atwood  as El Morocco Beautiful Blonde
Jenna Cuรกn Johnson  as El Morocco's Waitress (as Jenna C. Johnson)
Ana Flavia Gavlak  as News Reporter
Brian D. Katz  as Party Bartender (as Breyen Katz)
Mike Jerome Putnam  as Mr. Tomazo
Adrian Winther  as Youth Prisoner
Jonesiano HD  as Chain Gang Prisoner
Sunny Vachher  as El Morocco
Nick Schroeder  as Fight Spectator
Lauren Fray  as Crystal
Michael James Salisbury  as John Papaiz
Allen Merritt  as NY Strip Club Patron
Anthony Molinari  as Marcel Carden
Mike Vito  as Guy in Crowd (as Michael Vitiello)
Nick Stellate  as Fight Onlooker #2
Johnny Colon  as Night Guard
Kurt Andon  as Boxing Referee
Jessee Foudray  as El Morocco Patron
Ian Fisher  as Martin
Benee Leavy  as Club Guest
John Blenn  as Jimmy Bailey
Edward P. Blinn  as Vinnie
Michael Andolini  as Tony's Henchman
Steve Fleming  as Boxing referee
Tara Crespo  as Betty
Ideene Dehdashti  as San Pellegrino Girl
Ken Jaffe  as Thug
Billy Malone  as Stocky Man
Kolbi Winters  as Waitress (as Ella Mousseau)
Bryan Rasmussen  as Jake's cornerman
Jason Speck  as Chain Gang Guard
Max Napolitano  as News Reporter
LeJon  as Taxi cab driver
Keion Adams  as Cigar aficionado ringside
John Paul Shellnut  as JP Brisco (as John Paul Shellnutt)
Paul Tranghese  as Young Jake LaMotta's Cornerman
Scott Reed  as Emcee at El Morocco
Brian J. Singer  as Tough Heckler
Denise Vasquez  as Street Pedestrian
Patrick Weil  as Cab driver
Dan Bazarian  as LaMotta Trainer
Ryan Taylor  as Waiter (as Ryan Salonen)
Eddie Arrazola  as Boxer (as Eduardo Arrazola)
Daria Badanina  as Sophie
Delpha Baxter  as Prison Cook
Richard Bernard  as Newspaper Reporter
John Milton Branton  as Newspaper Reporter
Eric Brenner  as Fight Onlooker #5
Brett Chapin  as Journalist
Stefano Da Fre  as Pete Seconds
Mike Dusi  as Mario
Nikki Gray II  as Nikki
Elena Guigui  as Elegant Woman
Michael Hauser  as Paul Butler
David Hill  as Fight Spectator
Jason W. Horn  as News Reporter
Craig Jordan  as Youth Prisoner
Darren Melameth  as Boxing Referee
Diezel Ramos  as Thug
Chuck Rockford  as Court News Photographer
Angelo Romanelli  as Guido
Sam Scarber  as Jersey Boxing Fan
Shyan Selah  as Ex-Champ Bouncer
Matthew Skomo  as Congressman
Stewart Tain  as Tony's Henchman / Bodyguard
Jude Thomas  as Joseph
Christopher Warner  as Prison Guard
Joel Weiss  as Heckler
Thom Williams  as Man from Queens
Robert Wright  as Bartender

Release date

When is The Bronx Bull movie release date?

"The Bronx Bull" movie release date was scheduled to be on June 13, 2016 (United Kingdom) and on January 6, 2017 (United States) distributing by Sunset Pictures, 982 Media, Entertainment One, Main Street Films, Momentum Pictures, Red Apollo Group and Signature Entertainment.


What are The Bronx Bull filming details?

The duration of the film is 94 minutes.

"The Bronx Bull" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about The Bronx Bull movie?

"The Bronx Bull" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 4.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 41/100. The audience dislikes the film either.

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