Travolta said Gotti is worth a more significant release and so he sought out Edward Walson to buy out Lionsgate for the rights to distribute and promote the film.
John Travolta isn't pleased that Lionsgate pulled his next film, Gotti, from its release.
The film, directed by former Entourage co-star Kevin Connolly, stars Travolta as Gotti, the flamboyant and powerful "Teflon Don" who dominated New York's mafia scene in the 1970s and '80s and triumphed in a series of trials before he was finally sent to prison in 1992; he died in 2003. "We didn't anticipate this speculation that is so grossly wrong". There is said to be some buzz on Travolta's role in the film, so finding one shouldn't be a problem.
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"It is not a common thing", film producer and consultant Kathryn Arnold told the Daily News of the purchase. The film costars Travolta's wife Kelly Preston as Victoria Gotti, the mob wife-turned gossip columnist and reality star as well as William DeMeo as Sammy "Bull" Gravano, the mob underboss who ultimately turned on Gotti. The jury continued to debated charges that Gotti ordered the assault on John F. Connor, former vice president of Carpenters Union Local 608.
HuffPost has reached out to a Travolta rep and Lionsgate for further details but didn't immediately hear back.
"It's very expensive not to release a film".