Bryan Ferry contributed “Kiss and Tell” to the soundtrack for 1988’s Bright Lights, Big City, which featured a darker and more serious turn for Michael J Fox as he played a fact-checker at a big magazine in New York City that spirals into drug and alcohol abuse after a number of personal and professional setbacks, including the death of his mother to cancer.
To protect his son, former Irish mob hitman Jimmy Conlon is forced to kill the son of his former boss, which puts himself and his son into the crosshairs of corrupt cops, mob hitmen, and more as they attempt to stay one step ahead in New York City.
When Jerry moves into one of the fanciest hotels in New York City and threatens a massive and high-profile wedding, the event’s planner Kayla (Chloe Grace Moretz) hires Tom to solve the problem in the iconic animated duo’s big-screen return in March next year.
35 years before Denzel Washington faced off with John Travolta in the 2009 remake, the original 1974 classic The Taking of Pelham One Two Three featured Walter Matheau trying to outmaneuver Robert Shaw as a hostage situation on the subway grips New York City.
A group of citizens in 70s New York City join together into a Nazi hunting vigilante team when they discover that hundreds of Nazis are hiding in plain sight in America in next year’s Jordan Peele produced Amazon series, Hunters.
A trio of women decide to go against the Irish mob in the late 70s and take over, and expand, on the rackets their husbands ran before being arrested in The Kitchen, which is based on a Vertigo comic of the same name.
Based on both the 1998 and 2004 versions of the action-comedy Taxi, Taxi Brooklyn found Supergirl’s Chyler Leigh starring as NYPD Detective Caitlin “Cat” Sullivan, who is forced to partner up with a taxi driver to solve crimes when her license is suspended.