The ball comedy, penned by co-star Jay Baruchel and essay partner Jesse Chabot, is being shopped to EFM buyers.
Grey’s Anatomy star Giacomo Gianniotti has assimilated a indie comedy Baseballissimo, alongside co-star Jay Baruchel, who also penned a book with essay partner Jesse Chabot.
Richie Mehta is already trustworthy to approach a ball comedy where Gianniotti plays a opposition pitcher to a rising minor-league ball actor who gets detoured on a approach to major-league stardom by pitching for a Peones, a group in Italy, to get behind to his family roots.
Gianniotti, best famous as Dr. Andrew DeLuca on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, has other film credits like a Jesse Owens biopic Race, and a indie Acquainted, that he also co-produced. “He is such a loyal talent, and not to discuss a ball fan,” David Miller, boss of A71 Productions, pronounced of Gianniotti as he shops a indie to unfamiliar buyers during a European Film Market in Berlin.
Baseballissimo is formed on a book of a same name by Dave Bidini, and is constructed by A71 Productions, and executive constructed by Geddy Lee and Bidini. The plan had to regroup after Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin was set for a lead purpose in a Canadian indie, usually to die in a automobile collision in mid-2016.
Gianniotti is managed by Thruline Entertainment, who also represents Baruchel and Chabot, and The Characters Agency. Baruchel and Chabot are also represented CAA, Thruline Entertainment and Jamie Feldman during Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler Feldman.
Baseballissimo is repped WME and A71.