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‘Somewhere in Queens’ Arrives on Digital 6/6; On Demand 6/16

Ray Romano brings his celebrated comedic voice to Somewhere in Queens arriving on Digital June 6 and Video on Demand June 20 from Lionsgate. The film, which marks Ray Romano’s directorial debut, also stars Laurie Metcalf (TV’s “The Conners” and “Roseanne”), Sebastian Maniscalco (About My Father, The Super Mario Bros. Movie), Tony Lo Bianco (The French Connection), Jennifer Esposito (TV’s “Blue Bloods” and “The Boys”), Sadie Stanley (TV’s “The Goldbergs”), and Jon Manfrellotti (TV’s “Men of a Certain Age”).  Somewhere in Queens will be available for the suggested retail prices of $5.99 for Video on Demand and $14.99 for Digital.

Leo Russo (Romano) lives a simple life in Queens, New York, with his wife Angela (Metcalf), their son “Sticks” (Jacob Ward), and a colorful network of Italian-American relatives and friends. After Sticks gets a life-changing opportunity to play college basketball, Leo goes to unexpected lengths to try and make sure his son doesn’t follow in his footsteps and end up in his family’s construction business, in this heartfelt comedy.

Includes audio commentary.


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