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In advance of its premiere at the Austin Film Festival, Romark Entertainment, Resolute Productions and Dark Factory Entertainment have unveiled the first trailer for director Carlos Rincones’ indie movie “The Bad Guys,” which debuts exclusively on TheWrap. The film stars Glen Powell (“Scream Queens”), Erik Stocklin (“Stalker”), Mekenna Melvin (“Chuck”), Lucas Near-Verbrugghe (“Grimm”), Keith Nobbs (“Public Morals”) and Paul Iacono (“The Hard Times of Rj Berger”). During a fleeting return trip to his childhood home, a budding filmmaker (Stocklin) is confronted by the now-grown ensemble of his old hometown friends — none of whom are aware that he intends to make. »
- Jeff Sneider
A couple of years ago, Edward Burns appeared in a TNT limited series called Mob City. It didn't perform very well in the ratings. Now, he's back on the network in a much bigger role -- as an actor, director, and writer. Will Public Morals be a success for Burns and the cable channel? Cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.
Set in early 1960s New York City, Public Morals revolves around the professional and personal lives of the members of the NYPD's Public Morals Division. They enforce the vice laws that are still on the books but that no one wants to enforce -- prohibiting crimes like gambling and prostitution. The large cast includes Edward Burns, Michael Rapaport, Elizabeth Masucci, Katrina Bowden, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Wass Stevens, Keith Nobbs, Austin Stowell, Patrick Murney, Lyndon Smith, Brian Wiles, and Cormac Cullinane.
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When Ed Burns was a kid, he remembers his relatives giving him pictures of his great grandfather, these grainy black-and-white shots that hinted at a wild, we-make-our-own-rules-here past. "He's standing on the roof of his place in Hell's Kitchen, with giant scissors in his hand," the writer-director says, sipping a Guinness in a Tribeca bar near his home. "And he's about to cut the ears of his champion fighting pitbull, this beast with a muzzle on. I asked my dad, what's the deal here exactly? Seems the old man was in the trucking business, »
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: August 25, 2015 -- present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
Performers include: Edward Burns, Michael Rapaport, Elizabeth Masucci, Katrina Bowden, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Wass Stevens, Keith Nobbs, Austin Stowell, Patrick Murney, Lyndon Smith, Brian Wiles, and Cormac Cullinane.
TV show description:
Set in the Early 1960s New York, this crime drama revolves around the members of the Public Morals Division. It's a plainclothes unit of the NYPD whose job it is to police vice crimes such as gambling and prostitution -- laws on the books that no one wants enforced but that curb all kinds of sin and vice. These cops do what's been done for the last hundred years -- they manage it for the city. This all might come to an end when a war between »
"...executive produced by Steven Spielberg, the series follows the NYPD 'Public Morals Division' and its officers' attempts to deal with vice in the city, while managing their personal lives as Irish Americans..."
Cast includes Edward Burns as 'Officer Terry Muldoon', Michael Rapaport as 'Charlie Bullman', Elizabeth Masucci as 'Christine Muldoon', Katrina Bowden as 'Fortune', Ruben Santiago-Hudson as 'Lt. King', Wass Stevens as 'Vince Latucci', Keith Nobbs as 'Pat Duffy', Austin Stowell as 'Sean O'Bannon', Patrick Murney as 'Mac Mackenna', Lyndon Smith as 'Deirdre', Brian Wiles as 'Jimmy Shea' and Cormac Cullinane as 'James Muldoon'.
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- Michael Stevens
6 items from 2015
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