The gorgeous, talented Kelly Le Brock, whom the phrase “supermodel” was coined for, is back on the big screen Timothy Hines’ new comedy movie “Tomorrow’s Today” playing this Sunday, July 18th 7:30pm as part of the Marina Del Rey Film Festival at the Cinemark 18 and XD in Los Angeles. Above: Ms. Le Brock walking the Red Carpet June 3rd for the Premiere of the inspirational documentary “Altitude Not Attitude” at Landmark Pico Theater. Photo credit: Rodin Eckenroth
“Tomorrow’s Today” is a comedic recovery story about Charlie Boy, a hopeless grifter trying to reform his ways, who collides with his loser friend 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 more they try to fix it, the more it unravels as an innocent widow and her son are dragged into the mob boss’ focus.
Above: Tomorrow’s Today Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/embed/kP59WVBcGWU
“Kelly plays Donna, Charlie Boy’s ex-wife,” shares executive producer Dominick Martini, a successful businesswoman driven by the grief of the death of her and Charlie’s son who was killed by a hit-and-run driver.” Below” Kelly as Donna in “Tomorrow’s Today”
“I was so honored to Kelly saying yes to playing Donna,” said “Tomorrow’s Today” director Timothy Hines “I can tell you the role resonated to her for personal reasons.”
Kelly Le Brock was everyone’s dream girl from the moment she exploded onto the screen in her first starring role in the Oscar-winning comedy movie “The Woman in Red” (1984) opposite Gene Wilder. She has appeared in many films including the iconic comedy “Weird Science” (1985) with Robert Downey Jr., and “Hard to Kill” (1990) with her then husband Steven Seagal, with whom she has three children.
Above: Critics agreed that the “Weird Science” film’s greatest strength was Le Brock’s performance as Lisa. Roger Ebert said she was “wonderful,” adding that the film was “funnier, and a little deeper, than the predictable story it might have been,” thanks to her. Sheila Benson of The Los Angeles Times wrote that the actress was “triumphant” and the “film’s greatest asset.” Pictured above Kelly Le Brock (R) and Robert Downey Jr. (center) in “Weird Science”. Courtesy Universal Pictures
Prior to acting Kelly Le Brock was one of Eileen Ford’s most sought-after models. She revolutionized Vogue Magazine Covers, took modeling to a new level and became especially iconic for her delivery of the pop-culture catchphrase, “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful!” Pic Courtesy Vogue Deutsch
Above: Director Timothy Hines, Kelly Le Brock and executive producer Dominick Martini on Kelly’s ranch in Santa Barbara County, California, where she raised her three children.
“Kelly left working full-time in Hollywood to raise her family and turn her focus to philanthropy and human rights advocacy,” shares producer Susan Goforth, “I love that Kelly stands up for what is right, that Kelly speaks out to end family violence, to heal. “Tomorrow’s Today” is a humorously-told story of a community of people struggling with grief, loss, identity, healing, and how hard doing the right thing can be. So it was wonderful to have a moviestar such as Kelly Le Brock, with her bright spirit and giant heart, in this film.”
“Tomorrow’s Today” premiered at the International Day of Comedy Film Festival in Los Angeles April 5th and has been garnering awards and accolades at festivals across the world. Currently “Tomorrow’s Today” is the winner of the Los Angeles Cinematography Award for Best Editor, Winner Best Producer and Winner Best Song, the Winner of Best Song and Best Producer at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA), Best Ensemble and Official Selection at the New York Best Actor Award Festival, Finalist and Official Selection in the 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival, Semi-Finalist in the Asian Cinematography AWARDS (ACA), and Official Selection in the iDoc Film Festival, 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival, Spring Grove/Caledonia Film Festival, New York Flash Film Festival, Lit Laughs International Comedy Film Festival, and the Marina del Rey Film Festival®.
For tickets to “Tomorrow’s Today” Sunday, July 18th Block GG, 7:30pm playing at the Marina Del Rey Film Festival go to https://www.marinadelreyfilmfestival.com/tickets.
Original Song “Tomorrow’s Today” movie theme song Music Video below:
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/7tz5Q5qc1Zs
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