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Leave Gotti, take the cannoli. 10 days before its intended domestic release, the mobster biopic starring John Travolta has been dropped by Lionsgate.
The film follows John Gotti (Travolta), the infamous head of the Gambino crime family, as he rises to notoriety in the late 1980s and brings his son into a life of crime.
The studio has sold the film back to its producers Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films and Highland Film Group and Fiore Films, the Tracking Board reports. The Emmett/Furla/Oasis production company now plans to shop it around to distributors for a 2018 release, rather than its planned December 15 date.
Shortly after the news broke, Travolta released a statement to Deadline saying that the original news was overblown and that he sought out a new financier to give the film a wider platform when Lionsgate only committed to a limited release. He has since teamed up with Edward Walson, the producer of Café Society and upcoming Wonder Wheel, to buy the film from
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