MOB TOWN Los Angeles Premiere
Mob Town hosted its official LA premiere at The Los Angeles Film School and hit theaters nationwide and VOD on Friday, December 13th, 2019. The feature film stars David Arquette, P.J. Byrne, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Jennifer Esposito and Robert Davi, among many others. Directed and produced by Danny A. Abeckaser, written by Jon Carlo and Joe Gilford. Distributed by Saban Films.
“Mob Town” is inspired by an ill-fated Mafia summit meeting in 1957 in the small town of Apalachin, New York. State Trooper Edgar Croswell, (Arquette), became suspicious that mobsters were gathering at the rural estate of Joseph Barbara (Abeckaser). Croswell called in reinforcements and set up a roadblock. The mobsters, including prominent New York bosses Vito Genovese, Carlo Gambino, Joe Profaci and Joe Bonanno panicked, trying to flee the scene. The event revealed once and for all that the Mafia existed in America, forcing once-skeptical FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to ramp up his agency’s efforts to fight organized crime.
Mob Town cast members including star David Arquette, who was joined by sisters Patricia Arquette (and boyfriend Eric White), Rosanna Arquette, the film's director, producer and co-star Danny A. Abeckaser (“The Irishman”), P.J. Byrne (“Big Little Lies”), Kyle Stefanski , Caitlin Mehner (“Proven Innocent”), Sasha Feldman (“Get Shorty”), Stevie Guttman, Vincent Laresca (”Shades of Blue”), Gino Cafarelli (”Cruise”), Rodney Rinks, Diana Madison, George V. Andreakos, Jon Carlo (who also co-wrote the film), Nick Cordero, Antje Utgaard, the film's child stars David Gabay, Ella Gabay, Mia Gabay, Film Composer Lionel Cohen, producer B.D. Gunnell, and more attended the premiere. Also in attendance to support was actress Cami Morrone, Brandon Thomas Lee (of “The Hills” and star of the upcoming feature”Blackjack:The Jackie Ryan Story” - which is Abeckaser's next film), Frankie Delgado ("The Hills"), Natasha Alam, Massi Furlan, E. G. Daily, Ben Lyons, Danny Strong (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”), comedian Mike Young, James Pitt, Emily Trosclair, Yi Zhou, Crispin Alapag ("Get Shorty"), Alex Rose Wiesel, Ken Paves, Sam Evans, Charlene Roxborough, Ella Rose, Derek Warburton, Chelsea Grayson, and more.