Interview: Actor ‘Billy Flynn’ Talks His New Movie Dead On Arrival And Days Of Our Lives

Actor Billy Flynn is the lead in the remake of the film noir movie Dead On Arrival. We talked about the movie and working on Days Of Our Lives. Dead on Arrival from writer / director Stephen Sepher (Heist) will open theatrically in New York and Los Angeles on Friday March 23rd and nationwide DVD and VOD release on April 2nd.

The 1950’s inspired noir thriller Dead on Arrival from Stephen C. Sepher (Heist) is set to release in theaters on Friday March 23rd, 2018, courtesy of Kingfisher Media and Vision Films.

Starring Billy Flynn (Days of Our Lives), Christa B. Allen (Youth in Revolt), D. B. Sweeney (The Cutting Edge), Chris Mulkey (Whiplash), Lillo Brancato (The Sopranos), Tyson Sullivan (Heist), Scottie Thompson (NCIS), Billy Slaughter (The Big Short) and Christopher Rob Bowen (Marauders).

Dead on Arrival follows pharmaceutical sales rep Sam (Billy Lynn) as he visits a small town in Louisiana to close the business deal of a lifetime. Dead on Arrival is inspired by the 1950’s classic noir thriller D.O.A. starring Edmond O’Brien and features a special guest appearance from his daughter Maria O’Brien.

Sam finds himself in a dark world of corruption and murder when he is poisoned with no antidote to save his life. Desperate for answers, with only 24 hours to live, Sam turns to local girl Jesse (Christa B. Allen). On the run, caught in a deadly vertigo with no one to trust, Sam and Jesse find themselves running from police detectives, the mob and a dirty sheriff who wants them dead.

Dead on Arrival is a Kingfisher Media, Boatyard Productions feature written and directed by Stephen C. Sepher and produced by Rory Fradella, Kim Barnard and Stephen C. Sepher. It was edited by Michael Kuge, with original music by James Edward Barker and Tim Despic, and cinematography by John Garrett.

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