The feature film directorial debut of Entourage star Kevin Connelly, Gotti showcases what is described as a breakout performance Travolta as the Teflon Don, head of the Gambino crime syndicate that became the racketeering/loansharking/murder-extortion scourge of '80s NY.
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Gotti, was directed by Entourage's Kevin Connolly and also stars Travolta's real-life wife Kelly Preston as Victoria Gotti, wife of John. "That is the simple explanation for this", John explained in a statement to Deadline on Wednesday (December 6).
"It wasn't dropped. We signed this deal about three weeks ago, to purchase back the film from Lionsgate". Travolta, who plays the notorious mobster in the movie, says that he was unsatisfied with the studio's release model, and worked with financier and film/Broadway producer Edward Walson to change it, buying Lionsgate out of their initial deal in the hopes of securing a broader rollout elsewhere. "They said no, twice, and I literally begged them to reconsider and they finally and generously let it go". Travolta said there was "something humane" about Gotti, and that the theme of the movie is how a leader acts when fronting an organization which is expected to behave ostentatiously. "We didn't anticipate this speculation that is so grossly wrong". The jury continued to debated charges that Gotti ordered the assault on John F. Connor, former vice president of Carpenters Union Local 608.
"It's very expensive not to release a film". "I thought, 'Here is an opportunity to take a magnificent movie, and get it seen'".