Action star Paul Mormando aboard New Mob Drama Silent Partners, a new pilot based on real-life mafia boss Dave Iacovetti


Action  star Paul Mormando (Bound By Debt, Justified Vengeance) has been cast as Benny Blades in SILENT PARTNERS, an exciting new pilot based on real-life mafia boss Dave Iacovetti. Mormando, a Brooklyn native and rising action star, will portray the heavy-hitting street enforcer for the Gambino crime family, offering ample opportunity for the skilled martial artist to showcase…

Artist Rights Distribution acquires worldwide distribution rights to UK comedy “The Bromley Boys” ( @ARDistrib )


Patrick DiCesare’s Artist Rights Distribution has acquired worldwide distribution rights to UK comedy The Bromley Boys a well-received comedy set around football from Steve Kelly. The film, based on the hilarious novel by Dave Roberts, recounts Robert’s peaks and troughs supporting the worst football team in the country at the time. Film will receive a theatrical…

Hereford Films launches first official merchandise with WE STILL KILL THE OLD WAY T-shirts


Hastings’ premiere embroidery and merchandise company 1066 Logos has teamed up with leading British film company Hereford Films to launch a range of official licensed merchandise – three t-shirts inspired by their cult films We Still Kill the Old Way and We Still Steal the Old Way featuring stars Ian Ogilvy, Chris Ellison and Tony Denham. The high quality garments will be available to purchase from…

Which Fox 2000 films will survive in the new Disney era?


After the takeover/merger of Disney and Fox, Disneys film studio chief Alan Horn has begun the task of streaming the workload and already several Fox projects have been jettisoned from the development and preproduction list.. It was recently reported that the $170 million budgeted film Mouse Guard, had been culled, and now an adaptation of…

Once Upon A Time In London unveils new artwork ( @OUATLondonFilm ) #supportindiefilm


For the first time ever, the violent reign of two of London’s most notorious gangsters, Jack ‘Spot’ Comer (Terry Stone) and Billy Hill (Leo Gregory), is grippingly brought to the big screen by visionary director Simon Rumley (Red, White & Blue, Crowhurst, Fashionista), in a sweeping saga of madness, mayhem and manipulation reminiscent of British favourites Legend and Peaky Blinders. ONCE UPON A TIME…

Maleficent:Mistress Of Evil heads to the screens 7 months early


Originally planned for a May 2020 release. Things are changing for Disneys “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” which will now will hit the big screens seven months earlier than planned. Angeline Jolie reprises her role as Maleficent from Oct. 18, 2019, In this film, (the follow up to the hit film Maleficent, released in 2014 Angelina…