As Stallone’s Samaritan Hits Number One, Tomorrow’s Today with Rocky Alum Burt Young Premieres on Plex, AppleTV and Prime.

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As Stallone’s Samaritan Hits Number One, Tomorrow’s Today with Rocky Alum Burt Young Premieres on Plex, AppleTV and Prime.

September 12
16:50 2022
As Stallone's Samaritan Hits Number One, Tomorrow's Today with Rocky Alum Burt Young Premieres on Plex, AppleTV and Prime.
Above: Greg Kritikos as Charlie Boy with Academy Award Nominee Burt Young in Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today now streaming on Amazon Prime, AppleTV, Plex, Roku Channel and more.
Sylvester Stallone is still going strong at 76 as he stars in the number one most streamed movie in the world. At the same time his Rocky Alumni Burt Young has a new movie, Tomorrow’s Today, for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Award at the Marina Del Rey Film Festival.

Sylvester Stallone is still going strong at 76-years old as he stars in Samaritan, the number one most streamed movie in the world. At the same time his Rocky Alumni Burt Young has a new movie for which hw won Best Supporting Actor.

Samaritan, is a decent throwback to Stallone’s ’80s and ’90s movies that celebrated a comic book approach.

Above: Sly Stallone and Burt Young at a premiere in New York. (courtesy WB).

At the same time, Burt Young who played Stallones’ brother Rocky, has a comedy Tomorrow’s Today just out on Plex, AppleTv, Prime Video and more, in which Young delivers an award winning cameo for best supporting actor at the Marina Del Rey Film Festival. In Young’s new movie, he plays Luca, an Astoria sage who guides the character Charlie at a key point of need.

Young is eternally cherished for his role as Paulie Pennino in 6 of the 7 Rocky movies, opposite Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, and Burgess Meredith. Young received an Oscar nomination for his performance in the first film, and went on to star in classics like The Pope of Greenwich Village and Once Upon a Time in America.

Young’s first love was theater. He was trained by Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio. Off-Broadway, Young appeared at the Public Theater in the drama Cuba and His Teddy Bear, a show that also gave him his Broadway debut in 1986, opposite Robert De Niro and Ralph Macchio.

Young delivers an award winning cameo in Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today is about two lovable grifters rob a liquor store to pay a gambling debt to frightening mob boss, only to find out the liquor store they rob is owned by the mobster.

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/mFkJMqvxFMg

The film has been well received with critics and audiences. Indiefilmcritics.com said, “…a delightful comedy feature that manages the convergence of humor and crime in the most hilarious way.”

Director Timothy Hines’ new movie Tomorrow’s Today is now on Amazon Prime, Plex and AppleTv, (Pictured above on the red carpet with Christopher Lambert at the premiere of his 10 Days in a Madhouse at the AMC Empire 25 in New York City).

Tomorrow’s Today, directed by Timothy Hines (10 Days in a Madhouse), features lauded cameo performances from Kelly LeBrock (Weird Science) and Burt Young (Rocky movies series). The well received movie is produced by Dominick Martini, Susan Goforth and Greg Kritikos, with screenplay by Frederick Stroppel.

Above: Legendary supermodel and actress Kelly Le Brock plays Donna in Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today, now on Amazon Prime.

Above: Joanne Scorcia is a struggling single mother (Joanne Scorcia) who crosses paths with Charlie (Greg Kritiokos) to what may be her peril in Tomorrow’s Today now on Amazon Prime.

The cast includes Greg Kritikos as Charlie, Dave Morrissey Jr., Annunziato Carbone and Teddy Smith.

The movie’s upbeat theme song of the same name, was written by Susan Goforth and Sandy Chila who is a songwriter for Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, through Warner Chapell Music.

Kelly LeBrock Talks about her role in Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today – Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/L6VxhN6aXrs 

Tomorrow’s Today is now playing on Amazon Prime, AppleTV, Plex, Roku Channel and more.

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