Entertainment Travolta family's mob film to finally hit the screen

16:08  08 may  2018
16:08  08 may  2018 Source:   afprelaxnews.com

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John Travolta posing for the camera: A biopic of the notorious New York mafia boss John Gotti starring John Travolta is slated to premiere at Cannes.© Provided by AFPRelaxNews A biopic of the notorious New York mafia boss John Gotti starring John Travolta is slated to premiere at Cannes. A long-awaited biopic of the notorious New York mafia boss John Gotti starring John Travolta is slated to premiere at Cannes, the film festival said Tuesday.

The movie -- which is being shown at a "private presentation" on May 15 -- traces the epic rise and fall of the Gambino crime clan, one of America's most powerful mafia gangs in the 1980s.

The film is very much a family affair, featuring Travolta's wife Kelly Preston as Gotti's wife Victoria, and his daughter Ella Bleu as Gotti's daughter Angel Gotti.

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John Travolta is charismatic Gambino family crime boss John Gotti in a new trailer for Gotti from Lionsgate Pictures. The film is set to be released in theaters and on-demand on December 15th, 2017.

Back in 2011 Travolta signed on to play mob boss John Gotti in the film Gotti. However, the film hit many snags, taking years to get off the ground. When it finally started filming in 2016 The youngest of six children born into a family of entertainers, Travolta dropped out of high school by age 16 to

"We're hoping to use Cannes as our launching pad," the film's marketing and distribution chief Dennis Rice told the Hollywood Reporter.

The project first took root in 2011 when John Gotti Jr. signed a deal with a little-known producer to make a film about his father.

But soon after Travolta agreed to play the lead role, the movie ran into obstacles, triggering a seemingly endless exodus of directors.

Shooting finally began two years ago under the direction of Kevin Connolly of "Entourage" fame.

But the highly anticipated planned release in December 2017 was cancelled at the last minute.

However this time producers are confident that it will at last hit the screen, with indie distributor Vertical Entertainment having announced the US release for June 15.

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