ASSISTANT EDITOR CONFIRMS WHAT A-LA-MOD HAS BEEN REPEATING FOR MONTHS ON END
An assistant editor on Domino who tweets as "Ammo" said on Twitter this morning that "there was never a 148 minute cut of the film or anything even approaching that." Domino was edited by Bill Pankow, and after a bit of scrolling through the IMDB credits for the film, the name Anthony Morone, an assistant editor on the film, seems a good bet as to the identity of Ammo (Olivier Lambrechts is also listed as an assistant editor).
As I first posted on April 4, 2018, sites such as the IMDB and Wikipedia were, at that time, both listing the running time for Brian De Palma's Domino at 148 minutes. We all found out two months later that, according to De Palma himself, Domino had not even been completed until late May of 2018. Both the IMDB and Wikipedia are subject to random user edits, but 148-minutes (which has, in more recent rumors, morphed into 150-minutes) curiously matches that of Brimstone, which also has the precise running time of 148 minutes. Brimstone also stars Guy Pearce and Carice van Houten, and shares some of the same producers as Domino.