"The Irishman" is a 2019 American epic crime film directed by Martin Scorsese.
The starring cast includes Robert De Niro as Frank Sheeran, Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa, Joe Pesci as Russell Bufalino, Ray Romano as Bill Bufalino, Bobby Cannavale as Skinny Razor, Anna Paquin as Older Peggy Sheeran, Stephen Graham as Anthony 'Tony Pro' Provenzano, Harvey Keitel as Angelo Bruno, Lucy Gallina as Young Peggy Sheeran, Stephanie Kurtzuba as Irene Sheeran and others.

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


Is there a trailer for The Irishman movie?

Netflix on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 released the trailer for "The Irishman" you can watch here:
The Irishman | Final Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is The Irishman movie plot?

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

In a nursing home, elderly Irish-American World War II veteran Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) recounts his time as a hitman for the Mafia. In 1950s Philadelphia, Sheeran works as a union delivery truck driver and starts to sell some of the contents of his shipments to local gangster Skinny Razor (Bobby Cannavale), a member of the Philadelphia crime family headed by Angelo Bruno (Harvey Keitel). After the company Sheeran works for accuses him of theft, union lawyer Bill Bufalino (Ray Romano) gets the case thrown out after Sheeran refuses to name his customers to the judge. Bill introduces Sheeran to his cousin Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), head of the Northeastern Pennsylvania crime family. Sheeran begins to carry out jobs for Russell, as well as members of the South Philadelphia underworld, including "painting houses," a euphemism for contract killing. Soon, Russell introduces Sheeran to Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), head of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, who has financial ties with the Northeastern Pennsylvania crime family and is struggling to deal with fellow rising Teamster (John Bernard Martin) Anthony "Tony Pro" Provenzano, as well as mounting pressure from the federal government. Hoffa becomes close with Sheeran and his family, especially his daughter Peggy, and Sheeran becomes Hoffa's chief bodyguard.
After the 1960 election of John F. Kennedy, Russell is thrilled while Hoffa is furious. Kennedy's brother, Robert Kennedy (Jack Huston), who he appointed Attorney General, forms a "Get Hoffa" squad to bring down Hoffa, who is eventually arrested and convicted in 1964 for jury tampering. While Hoffa is in prison, his replacement as Teamsters president, Frank "Fitz" Fitzsimmons, misuses the union's pension fund and gives interest-free loans to the Mafia. Hoffa's relationship with Tony Pro, himself arrested for extortion, also deteriorates beyond repair when Hoffa refuses to do a favor for him. Hoffa has his sentence commuted by President Richard Nixon (Jeff DeHart) in 1971, although he is forbidden from partaking in any Teamsters activities until 1980.


Who plays who in the The Irishman movie cast?

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

Robert De Niro  as Frank Sheeran
Al Pacino  as Jimmy Hoffa
Joe Pesci  as Russell Bufalino
Ray Romano  as Bill Bufalino
Bobby Cannavale  as Skinny Razor
Anna Paquin  as Older Peggy Sheeran
Stephen Graham  as Anthony 'Tony Pro' Provenzano
Harvey Keitel  as Angelo Bruno
Lucy Gallina  as Young Peggy Sheeran
Stephanie Kurtzuba  as Irene Sheeran
Kathrine Narducci  as Carrie Bufalino
Welker White  as Josephine 'Jo' Hoffa
Jesse Plemons  as Chuckie O'Brien
Jack Huston  as Robert Kennedy / RFK
Domenick Lombardozzi  as Fat Tony Salerno
Paul Herman  as Whispers DiTullio
Louis Cancelmi  as Sally Bugs
Gary Basaraba  as Frank 'Fitz' Fitzsimmons
Marin Ireland  as Older Dolores Sheeran
Sebastian Maniscalco  as Crazy Joe Gallo
India Ennenga  as Young Dolores
Steven Van Zandt  as Jerry Vale
Jennifer Mudge  as Older Maryanne Sheeran
Tess Price  as Young Maryanne Sheeran
Jonathan Morris  as Assisted Living Priest
Dascha Polanco  as Nurse
Bo Dietl  as Joey Glimco
Aleksa Palladino  as Mary Sheeran
Jim Norton  as Don Rickles
Daniel Jenkins  as E. Howard 'Big Ears' Hunt
Billy Smith  as FBI Agent #1
Kevin O'Rourke  as John McCullough
Action Bronson  as Casket Salesman
Glenn Cunningham  as Investigator
Paul Ben-Victor  as Jake Gottlieb
Patrick Gallo  as Anthony 'Tony Jack' Giacalone
James Martin  as Mother of Sorrows Priest (as Reverend James Martin SJ)
Jake Hoffman  as Allen Dorfman
Barry Primus  as Ewing King
Danny A. Abeckaser  as Deadbeat
Anthony J. Gallo  as Food Fair Manager
J.C. MacKenzie  as Prosecutor Jim Neal
Joseph Bono  as Frank Sindone
Larry Romano  as Phil Testa (as Jamil Antonio Stefan)
Louis Vanaria  as Dave Ferrie
Craig Vincent  as Ed Partin
John Polce  as Joe Colombo
Joseph Riccobene  as Jimmy 'The Weasel' Fratianno
Vinny Vella  as Meat Company Yard Manager
Thomas E. Sullivan  as Warren Swanson
John Cenatiempo  as Anthony 'Tony 3 Fingers' Castellito
Robert Mladinich  as Anastasia Bodyguard
Rich Reilly  as Phil The Bartender
Robert Funaro  as Jonathan - Friendly Lounge
Jordyn DiNatale  as Young Connie Sheeran
Kate Arrington  as Older Connie Sheeran
John Bernard Martin  as Teamster (as Bernie Martin)
Philip Suriano  as Silver Shop Owner (as Phil Suriano)
Tony Suriano  as Silver Shop Owner's Son (as Antonio Suriano)
Jason Iannacone  as German Prisoner #1 (as Jason A. Iannacone)
Michael C. Brennan  as German Prisoner #2
James P. Harkins  as John the Redhead (as James Harkins)
Al Linea  as Sam 'Momo' Giancana
Garry Pastore  as Albert Anastasia
Frank Pietrangolare  as Bartender - Friendly Lounge
Frank Aquilino  as Friendly Lounge Guy 'Butchie'
John T. Sollitto  as Friendly Lounge Patron (as Jonathan T. Sollitto)
Patrick Murney  as Peggy's Godfather
Samantha Soule  as Peggy's Godmother
Richard V. Licata  as Judge - Frank's First Trial
Vito Picone  as Villa Roma Manager
Larry Mazza  as Anastasia Hitman #1
Craig DiFrancia  as Anastasia Hitman #2
Ira Drukier  as Motel Manager
Jon Bruno  as Russell Bodyguard
Paul Borghese  as Mobster #1 - Curtain Shop
Steven Maglio  as Mobster #2 - Curtain Shop
Steven Maglio  as Copa Guest #1
James Licata  as Mobster #3 - Curtain Shop
Veronica Alicino  as Curtain Shop Staff #1
Mike Massimino  as Curtain Shop Staff #2
James Ciccone  as Anastasia Mobster In Car #1
Ron Castellano  as Anastasia Mobster In Car #2
Marco Greco  as Grocer
Meghan Rafferty  as Bill Bufalino's Wife
Aldo Sergi  as Aldo
James Lorinz  as Hoffa Rally Teamster #1
Jeffrey Paul  as Hoffa Rally Teamster #2
Robert C. Kirk  as Hoffa Rally Teamster #3
Vince Maritato  as Bathhouse Teamster (as Vincent Maritato)
Lawrence Smith  as Louis
Rebecca Faulkenberry  as Barbara Hoffa
Ken Wulf Clark  as James P. Hoffa (as Ken Clark)
John Rue  as Senator McClellan
Steve Routman  as Hoffa Attorney - George Fitzgerald
Fernando Vera  as Castellito's Driver
Peter Claymore  as Tough Teamster - Hoffa's Office
Charles DelGatto  as Phil - Milestone Hauling
Michael Gongora  as Cuban Worker
Eugene Bunge  as Joseph Kennedy
Matthew F. O'Connor  as Pro Rally Teamster #1
Cliff Moylan  as Pro Rally Teamster #2
Vincenzo DelRiccio  as Pro Rally Teamster #3
Steve Beauchamp  as Pro Rally Teamster #4
Alfred Sauchelli Jr.  as Trucking Company Owner
Joe Giorgio  as Local 326 Truck Driver
Diana Agostini  as Ice Cream Shop Patron #1
Lauren Aparicio  as Ice Cream Shop Patron #2
Kelley Rae O'Donnell  as Ice Cream Shop Staff #1
John Garrett Greer  as Ice Cream Shop Staff #2
Jack Caruso  as Swanson's Booking Detective
John Scurti  as Bertram B. Beveridge
Tom Tj Jenkins  as Nashville Court Clerk (as Thomas J. Jenkins)
Steve Witting  as Judge William Miller
Luke Smith  as Reporter
Brent Langdon  as Judge Frank Wilson
James D. Forsha  as Tony Pro FBI Agent #1
Giacomino J. Matra  as Tony Pro Guy #1
Paul Pearlman  as Tony Pro Guy #2
Frank L. Messina  as Tony Pro Guy #3
Cilda Shaur  as Colombo's Wife
Dominick LaRuffa Jr.  as Colombo's Son #1
Erick Zamora  as Colombo's Son #2
Joe Caniano  as Copa Guest #2
Lou Martini Jr.  as Copa Guest #3
Michael Bottari  as Copa Guest #4
John Bianco  as Copa Guest #5
Margaret Anne Florence  as Gallo's Wife Sina
Siena Marino  as Gallo's Daughter Lisa
Lori Arkin  as Gallo's Sister Carmella Fiorello
Nicholas Chrysan  as Pete the Greek
Samantha Coppola  as Pete the Greek's Girlfriend
Logan Crawford  as Reporter at Prison
Jeff DeHart  as President Nixon
Mark Fairchild  as Attorney General Mitchell
Blaise Corrigan  as Dave Johnson
Jill Brown  as Dave Johnson's Wife
Tim Neff  as Little Fitz
Matt Walton  as TV Host / Moderator
Peter Jay Fernandez  as NAACP President Cecil Moore
Stephen Mailer  as District Attorney Emmett Fitzpatrick
Gino Cafarelli  as Mayor Frank Rizzo
Robin Kerbis  as Angelo Bruno's Wife
Lucia Giannetta  as Tony Pro's Wife
Michael Romeo Ruocco  as Casino Photographer
Amanda Kloots  as Golddigger Dancer
Anne Horak  as Golddigger Dancer
Brittany Bigelow  as Golddigger Dancer
Vanessa Mitchell  as Golddigger Dancer
Madison Eastman  as Golddigger Dancer
Purdie Baumann  as Golddigger Dancer
Jesse Wildman  as Golddigger Dancer
Nina Lafarga  as Golddigger Dancer
Neil Posner  as Jerry Vale Band
Michael Leviton  as Jerry Vale Band
Bridget Barkan  as Jerry Vale Band
Andrea Weinzierl  as Jerry Vale Band
Richard V. Pagano  as Jerry Vale Band
Nicholas Wight  as Jerry Vale Band
Clark Carmichael  as Pilot
Joseph Russo  as Bruno Denzetta
Jeremy Luke  as Marco Rossi
Barbara Eyland  as Guest Dancing at Casino #1
Tracy J. Everitt  as Guest Dancing at Casino #2
Saint Marino  as Wedding Wise Guy #1
Mario Corry  as Wedding Wise Guy #2
Johnny Potenza  as Wedding Wise Guy #3
Joe Passaro  as Wedding Wise Guy #4
Patrick Borriello  as Wedding Wise Guy #5
Alfred Nittoli  as Inmate Alfredo
David Aaron Baker  as Assistant US Attorney
Stanley Burns  as Colonoscopy Doctor
Bill Timoney  as Prosecutor - Frank's 2nd Trial
Thomas Joseph McDonald  as Deputy Clerk - Frank's 2nd Trial (as Thomas J. McDonald)
Virl Andrick  as Judge - Frank's 2nd Trial
Ernest Sanders  as Frank's Orderly (as Ernest L. Sanders Jr.)
Bill McHugh  as Funeral Priest
Kevin Kane  as FBI Agent #2
Amelia Brain  as Sales Girl at Crypt
Craig Castaldo  as Man in Wheelchair (as Craig 'Radioman' Castaldo)

Release date

When is The Irishman movie release date?

"The Irishman" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 27, 2019 (NYFF, New York Film Festival), on November 1, 2019 (United States), on November 14, 2019 (Germany), on November 21, 2019 (Hungary) and on November 27, 2019 (United Kingdom, France) distributing by Netflix, Mozinet, STX Entertainment, Media Asia, Aeon Entertainment, Altitude Film Entertainment, Dendy Cinemas, Energรญa Entusiasta, Filmwelt, Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna, Odeon, Pancinema, TriPictures and The Criterion Collection.


What are The Irishman filming details?

The duration of the film is 209 minutes. With a budget of $159 - 250 million, the film grossed over $8 million.

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


What are critics and audiences saying about The Irishman movie?

"The Irishman" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 95/100.

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