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Facinelli premieres ‘Loosies’

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 10: (L-R) Actress Jaimie Alexander, producer Chad A. Verdi and actor Peter Facinelli attend the "Loosies" premiere at the Tribeca Grand Hotel on January 10, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)

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Actress Jaimie Alexander, producer Chad A. Verdi and actor Peter Facinelli attend the "Loosies" premiere at the Tribeca Grand Hotel.

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Actor Peter Facinelli, of “Twilight’’ and “Nurse Jackie’’ fame, premiered his new movie “Loosies’’ at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in New York on Tuesday night. That’s a big deal for us New Englanders because part of “Loosies’’ was filmed in Providence and was made by Chad Verdi’s East Greenwich, R.I., production company Verdi Films. The movie, which was also written by Facinelli and tells the story of a pickpocket with personal problems, is already On Demand on Comcast. Facinelli’s pretty costar is Jaimie Alexander, of last year’s “Thor.’’

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