Dominic Colón to Appear in HBO’s Untitled Brad Ingelsby Task Force Project 

Dominic Colón is joining the gang

The Puerto Rican actor, writer, producer and filmmaker has landed a recurring role in HBO’s Untitled Brad Ingelsby Task Force Project (working title).

Dominic ColónColon is among a list of new recurring cast members that includes Owen Teague and Margarita Levieva.

Colón will portray Deric “Breaker,” the vice president of a dangerous biker gang and Jayson’s (Teague) right hand .

Mark Ruffalo leads the ensemble as FBI agent Tom. Additional previously announced cast includes Tom Pelphrey as Robbie; Emilia Jones as Maeve; Thuso Mbedu as Aleah; Raúl Castillo as Cliff; Jamie McShane as Perry; Sam Keeley as Jayson; Fabien Frankel as Anthony; and Alison Oliver as Lizzie.

A crime drama based on an original idea from Mare of Easttown creator Ingelsby, the show is set in the working class suburbs outside of Philadelphia, where Ruffalo’s FBI agent heads a Task Force to put an end to a string of drug-house robberies led by an unsuspecting family man.

Ingelsby is writing the show and exec producing alongside Jeremiah Zagar and Salli Richardson-Whitfield (who also direct), Ruffalo, Paul Lee and Mark Roybal for wiip, and David Crockett. Nicole Jordan-Webber and Public Record’s Jeremy Yaches serve as co-executive producers.

Colón has recurred on series like Escape at DannemoraMadoff, and Power. Additionally, he’s been seen in films like Human CapitalMoney Monster and Southpaw.


Netflix Releases First Trailer for Benicio Del Toro-Starrer “Reptile”

Benicio Del Toro is dealing with a “real nightmare”…

Netflix has released the first trailer for Reptile, a crime thriller starring the 56-year-old Puerto Rican actor and producer, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Silverstone.

Benicio del ToroThe film will debut on the streamer on October 6th, after making its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.

Marking the feature directorial debut of veteran music video director Grant Singer, the film is set in motion by the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, following a hardened detective (Del Toro) as he attempts to uncover the truth in a case where nothing is as it seems. In doing so, he finds himself dismantling the illusions in his own life.

“How have you been feeling?” Del Toro’s Nichols is asked in the trailer, to which he responds, “There’s a case going on. It’s a real nightmare.”

First up for interrogation is the victim’s boyfriend, played by Timberlake, who gives his account of coming home to discover her with a knife in her back. But he’s certainly not the only suspect. Among others being looked at are the woman’s friend (Sky Ferreira) and ex-husband (Karl Glusman), and a “weirdo” (Michael Pitt) who’d been making unwelcome visits to the boyfriend’s front door.

Also starring Ato Essandoh, Frances Fisher, Eric Bogosian, Domenick Lombardozzi, Matilda Lutz, Owen Teague and Catherine Dyer, the film was scripted by Singer & Benjamin Brewer & Del Toro.