Our writers at The Daily Quarterly love to write. After hearing Tony’s two favorite movies they came up with this. Sure, it’s only a tag line but how long is a movie? Two hours? Shouldn’t take much longer than that to write a script.
This weeks’ TDQ Q&A is with actor Tony Senzamici. Tony spoke with us about working with David Simon and Melissa Leo on HBO’s “Treme,” his former career in sales and his charity, The Amici Charity. Here is this week’s TDQ Q&A With Tony Senzamici:
The Daily Quarterly: Who was your favorite actor growing up?
Tony Senzamici: Always loved Sean Connery as Bond, Clint Eastwood, Al Pacino, Robert Deniro.
TDQ: What was your favorite movie growing up?
TS: I had several, but “Poseidon Adventure” and “Planet Of The Apes.”
TDQ: What made you want to be in show business?
TS: Billy Joel said it best in one of his songs… “to forget about life for a while.”
This alleged promotional poster for The Wire, Season 6 adds credence to the claim that the series may make a comeback.
A source close to both HBO and David Simon has said that the creator of “Homicide: Life on the Streets” and the critically-acclaimed “The Wire,” is doing research for what will be the sixth season of “The Wire,” this time focusing his attention on the corruption and red tape inherent in the Baltimore Orioles organization.
The source spoke on the condition of anonymity, and said that Simon had been reluctant to explore another season of the HBO drama, which ran for five seasons between 2002 and 2008.