Donnie Wahlberg and his "Blue Bloods" co-star Amy Carlson are among the actors lending their star power to the FDNY emergency medical technician in a viral campaign. The same eulogy was shared a week earlier by "Hook" child actor and Bronx native James Madio alongside his fellow lost boy, Dante Basco.
Disney is coming out with a whole slew of live-action movies - twenty-two to be exact! - and thus all is right with the world. To celebrate, we put on our casting hats and chose the Jewish stars who we'd most like to see take on these iconic roles.
Thomas Tulak was just 6 years old when he started working as one of Neverland's Lost Boys in "Hook," Steven Spielberg 's 1991 adventure flick starring Robin Williams as Peter Pan and Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell. It's not like the job was dull.
Last week came word that actor Dante Basco was setting out to direct the short film "Bangarang," a film that would serve as a prequel for the Lost Boys and their leader Rufio as seen in Steven Spielberg's 1991 film "Hook". Basco played Rufio in the "Peter Pan" sequel, and launched a Kickstarter campaign to get the project off the ground with a goal of $30,000 to make it.