Mickey Rourke Plays Tour Guide At Vegas Mafia Tribute

Mickey Rourke has has agreed to film segments that will be used to guide tourists through the Tropicana hotel's new Mob Experience attraction, according to ContactMusic.com.

"Fascinated by all things Mafia related, Rourke admits he jumped at the chance to take fans back to Sin City's darker days," the article says.

According to an AP news article the Experience features possessions and home movies from some of organized crime's most famous figures, including Meyer Lansky's diary and cars belonging to Bugsy Siegel.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the Las Vegas Mob Experience at the Tropicana hotel and casino opened on March 1.

The daughter of famed gangster Sam Giancana has sued the Las Vegas Mob Experience, saying the Las Vegas Strip attraction owes her money.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper reported that Antoinette Giancana McDonnell is suing the attraction for at least $70,000 in damages.The lawsuit says the attraction's managing partner Jay Bloom agreed to pay McDonnell nearly $332,000 over five years, and buy $22,300 worth of furniture that belonged to her father.

Johnston says McDonnell violated the terms of her contract, so it was canceled.

Giancana was a gangster who was assassinated in his home in 1975.