You Can’t Have It” Los Angeles Industry Premiere

March 1- 2016 Ipic Theater — Starring Armand Assante, Joanna Krupa and Matt Pohlkamp — with Rob Gronkowski!

You Can’t Have It will have it’s Los Angeles Industry Premiere on March 1, 2016 at the Ipic Theater.

YCHI with it’s many twists and turns reveals that things are not always what they seem. On the night that his favorite bar is closing, Bill Sullivan, his wife Tammy and their friends experience life changing events, which includes betrayal, sex, murder and infidelity. It is a night full of twists and turns, good times, as well as the bad. The night ends with these characters knowing just what it is “you can’t have.”

Fans of The Real Housewives series will be thrilled to see the former Miami Housewife Joanna Krupa starring in this new movie. Joanna “Jackie” in the film is not only a talented actress and stunning international model but an animal rights supporter. Krupa was named #78 on the Maxim magazine “Hot 100 of 2005” list. She is also known for Planet of the Apes (2001), Dancing with the Stars (2005) and Celebrity Poker Live (2012). Joanna is a big animal rights advocate and just recently helped to save the life of a ‘wolf- dog’ who was injured in the Hollywood Hills.

Also starring is the always debonair veteran actor, Armand Assante, “The Man” with film credits including Private Benjamin, Judge Dredd, Hoffa, Fatal Instinct, The Mambo Kings, Gotti and many more theatrical and television productions.

Joanna’s beautiful sister Marta plays “Alexandra” in the movie. She too was fabulous on The Real Housewives of Miami and has been seen in television shows since the end of the housewives.

Co-starring is Matt Pohlkamp, “Bill Sullivan” who since a child found a passion in BMX bicycle racing. He turned pro at 20 and won numerous national and a world title. His passion is now acting, but he still competes in Masters Professional Division and at the International level.

Other notable performances from this talented cast is Dominique Swain, playing “ Tammy.” Her debut film career began with the controversial remake of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel and Stanley Kubrick film, Lolita. It was a powerful first performance for Dominque. Since then she has gone on to act and star in close to 50 films.

Lisa Ann Walter, “Suzanne” is a seasoned actress with an impressive history such as Bruce Almighty, War of the Worlds, Disney’s The Parent Trap and many more credits.

Mindy Robinson who portrays “Karen’” in the film is an LA based actress and TV personality. She has over 150 appearances on TV and Film and her talented improve skills gained her exposure on over 30 reality shows. She was the recurring guest star character Pom Pom Kitty on TBS’s King of the Nerds and a series regular in Fox’s Take Me Out with George Lopez to name a few of her impressive roles.

Jillian Murray who plays “Sandra’’ has an impressive acting history. Her credits include, An American Carol, which starred Kelsey Grammer and Dennis Hopper, Cougar Hunting with Lara Flynn Boyle. She has starred in the horror film, The Graves, and action films, Never Back Down 2 and The Beatown, with Michael Jai White, to name a few of her credits.

Kevin Porter portrays “Tyler” is an actor and producer. His work includes Dodgeball, A True Underdog, The Chronicles of Curtis Tucker, There was a Girl and many more.

Rob Gronkowski, is one of the top football players in the NFL. He has been with the New England Patriots since December 2010. He was in the Super Bowl XLVI, 2012, SuperBowl XLIX, 2015. He was featured in the movie version of Entourage, 2015. The producers were thrilled to have Gronkowski portray “Officer Weadon” in the movie.

You Can’t Have It is distributed domestically by Skinfly Entertainment with a limited theatrical release in the USA and they are in talks with foreign distribution.

Check out your local movie listings in March, April and May for a theater near you.

You Can’t Have It is expected to be an audience winner.

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