John Travolta's 'Gotti' biopic pulled from schedule 10 days before release


Gotti - a mob biopic starring John Travolta - was abruptly dropped by distributor Lionsgate yesterday, and that sudden move has now been explained. It also features Travolta's wife Kelly Preston as the crime lord's spouse Victoria Gotti, and their daughter Ella Bleu Travolta as Angel Gotti, as well as Pruitt Taylor Vince, Stacy Keach, Chris Mulkey and Lydia Hull.

The movie hasn't been canned entirely, with a May 2018 release now said to be more likely, instead of December 15.

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No reason has been given for the move thus far, but we shall keep you informed.

Lionsgate has sold back the film to production company Emmett/Furla/Oasis, which produced it along with Highland Film Group and Fiore Films, reported Entertainment Weekly. The film spans several decades of his life.

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The film stars Oscar-nominated actor John Travolta as John Gotti, the infamous leader of the Gambino crime family.

"Gotti" is directed by "Entourage" star Kevin Connolly from a script by Lem Dobbs and Leo Rossi. By contrast, Gotti's producers actually asked the distributor to sell them back the rights to the film, in order to try and pursue a wide theatrical release.

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