Kim Kardashian will star in a mobster movie
From reality TV to big screen… Kim Kardashian is reported to be a “front-runner” to play Kim Gotti, a daughter-in-law of famous mobster John Gotti in the new biopic Gotti.
Sources like TMZ report that though no official statement has so far been released and she hasn’t been officially cast to star in the biopic, Kim is in talks with studio bosses about her big screen debut alongside John Travolta and James Franco, cast to play John Gotti and Junior Gotti, respectively.
If cast, Kim Kardashian will play a young Italian woman. Known for her voluptuous body and dark hair she can make a believable Italian, what do you say?
The Gotti biopic will focus on three generations of the Gambino crime family that Gotti (Travolta) headed after the murder of the previous boss and up to 1992 when he was convicted of 13 murders, conspiracy to commit murder, racketeering, obstruction of justice, illegal gambling, extortion, tax evasion, and loansharking and eventually sentenced to life in prison without parole. The story will also tell about his son Junior (James Franco) who’s believed to have taken over as the head of the family.
As to Kim, I know her as a talented entrepreneur and a bad singer. I’m still not sure if she can make a good actress.
- Kesha glee
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