MADE IN CHINATOWN: Meet Vinny In New Stills From The Upcoming Martial Arts Mob Comedy
Production is currently underway for upcoming martial arts action comedy, Made In Chinatown, with scenes currently being filmed in Philidelphia. The film is being directed by Art Camacho and Robert Samuels (H.K.S.C.), the latter who plays a supporting role in the new film from Tambuli Media and R4 Films L.L.C.
The cast is being headlined by a raft of talent with newcomer and stuntman, actor Jay Kwon in his debut lead role playing Vinny, a fish-out-of-water Chinatown resident who, with the help of friends and his wise Sifu, sets out to win the girl of his dreams by becoming a “Made” man in the Italian mob. Also starring are Michelle Procida, Vincent Pastore and Tony Darrow, Shuya Chang, José Manuel and many more from a script by executive producer Mark Wiley.
On Sunday, Samuels, who also serves as producer, displayed new production stills providing fans a first look at Kwon in the role of Vinny which you can view below!
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