In February 2015 was confirmed Jack Huston was in talks for the role of Eric Draven in Corin Hardy's remake of The Crow but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.
The end credits song is a cover of "Lovesick Blues" by Hank Williams.
The song featured in the last scene is "Some of These Days", written in 1910 by Shelton Brooks and performed by Sophie Tucker, a popular singer of comical and risque songs during the early 20th Century. It was later the title of her autobiography.
Paz De La Huerta was fired off this show due to being intoxicated most of the time she arrived on set.
In the scene in which Jimmy Darmody is speaking to his wife about his future career chances he refers to their son as Skeezix, a character in "Gasoline Alley", a popular comic strip at the time. The script writers have taken obvious liberties with historical continuity here as Skeezix did not show up until St. Valentine's Day 1921- almost 13 months after the events that take place in the storyline.
Back in 2001, Steve Buscemi was stabbed four times, including once IN THE NECK and nearly died in a bar brawl, along with Vince Vaughn, after two North Carolinians picked a fight with Vaughn when the girlfriend of one of the men hit on him. The guy who stabbed Buscemi, a college kid, was sentenced to 25 months in prison, and Buscemi still has a scar on his cheek, though it is covered in heavy makeup for his film and television appearances.
Before he became an actor, Steve Buscemi spent four years as a firefighter in the Little Italy section of NY. In fact, after 9/11, he showed up to his old fire house and worked 12 hour shifts every day for a week.
Alec Baldwin was considered for Nucky Thompson.
In 2010, Jack Hutson had a small role in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as Royce King.