Timothy Hines’ TOMORROW’S TODAY Premieres at International Day of Comedy Drive-In Film Fest April 3rd on the famous Sunset Strip

March 06 03:06 2021
Timothy Hines' TOMORROW'S TODAY Premieres at International Day of Comedy Drive-In Film Fest April 3rd on the famous Sunset Strip

Above: Dominick Martini plays scary mob boss Big Angie and Colin Buckingham plays the mob enforcer Vinnie Gallo in Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today”.
Timothy Hines’ TOMORROW’S TODAY Premieres at the International Day of Comedy Drive-In Film Festival April 3rd. The legendary Andaz Hollywood Sunset Strip Drive-In teams with PodBrother Nation to present the “Tomorrow’s Today” Premiere. Hosted by Ref Steven Kimbrough, the premiere of “Tomorrow’s Today” is the prestigious Saturday night film of the iDoc Film Festival, which runs April 2nd-5th.

Above: Legendary actor Burt Young plays Luca in a powerful special appearance in Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today.”

What happens when two sound waves of the exact same kind collide? They cancel each other out. That’s the question star of Timothy Hines’ new comedy feature film “Tomorrow’s Today asks about a couple of thug grifters who change Astoria Queens forever by their schmuck choices. Tomorrow’s Today is the story of a hopeless grifter trying to reform his ways colliding with a loser named Tommy G who thinks he’s a dead ringer for Tom Hardy. They rob a liquor store to pay a gambling debt to a mob boss, only to find out the store is owned by the mobster.

The legendary Andaz Hollywood Sunset Strip Drive-In team with PodBrother Nation to present the Premiere screening of Timothy Hines’ comedy “Tomorrow’s Today” on Saturday April 3rd at 7:30pm PST at the International Day of Comedy Drive-In Film Festival 2021. Hosted by Ref Steven Kimbrough, the iDoc Film Festival runs April 2nd – 5th and features an amazing weekend of funny podcast shows, Virtual Stand Up Comedy and Drive In featured films.

Above: Dominick Martini is terrifying mob boss Big Angie threatening Bruno the bookie played by Dino Castelli in Timothy Hine’s Tomorrow’s Today.

“‘Tomorrow’s Today’ is about how two shmucks in Queens, comically dealing with a giant gambling debt to the Mob, change a lot of lives in the Astoria neighborhood forever,” shares smiling producer Susan Goforth.

“It’s ‘The Godfather’, ‘Shrek’, ‘Sopranos’, and ‘Pulp Fiction’ in one,” relates director Timothy Hines.

Above: Dave Morrissey Jr. plays Shakes and Annunziato Carbone and Greg Kritikos the loser grifters in Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today.”

The comedy film stars Joanne Scorcia, Annunziato Carbone, and Dave Morrissey Jr. with special appearances by actress and original supermodel Kelly LeBrock and Academy Award Nominee Burt Young. The film boasts a host New York headlining stand up comics including Ms. Scorcia, Nicky Sunshine (Confessions of a Massage Parlor Madam), Adam Gabel, Janice Messitte and Teddy Smith, with an original theme song by Susan Goforth (Chrome the Series, 10 Days In A Madhouse, War of the Worlds The True Story) and Sandy Chila (“Liberation” Christina Aguilera, “Glory” Britney Spears, My Spy) featuring NBC Songland’s Maedi.

Above: Mamiko Nakatsugawa in Timothy Hines’ feature film comedy Tomorrow’s Today.

The Sunset Strip Drive-In is located at the iconic Andaz Hollywood, a concept by Hyatt, located at 8401 Sunset Boulevard, next door to the famous Comedy Store, founded by comedians Sammy and Mitzi Shore, Don Ward and Rudy DeLuca. The last person to headline The Comedy Store before the Covid-19 pandemic was the star of “Tomorrow’s Today”, actress and stand-up comic Joanne Scorcia.

The centrally located Andaz Hotel attracted legendary rockers in the mid-60s and now serves as an eclectic gateway to Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and other fashionable neighborhoods. 

Above: Timothy Hines’ TOMORROWS TODAY Premieres at the International Day of Comedy Drive-In Film Festival April 3rd.

Moviegoers attending “Tomorrow’s Today” Saturday Premiere screening will indulge in the Sunset Boulevard vibes on the top floor of the legendary Hotel’s open air carport, enjoy preceding comedic performances and then view the movie projected onto a 65 foot screen alongside the Andaz building. Moviegoers will also be able to get out of their cars (with a face covering on) and walk up and buy drinks and snacks.

Original supermodel and movie star Kelly Le Brock in “Tomorrow’s Today.”

Guests arrive in their cars use FM Radio frequency to hear the show while enjoying it from the comfort of their car. The space is perfect for outdoor and safe film screenings to preserve and restore sanity by having a few laughs and watching a terrific movie premiere.

Tomorrow’s Today Official Trailer Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/kP59WVBcGWU

Tickets Here: http://idocfilmfestival.com/

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