Joe Mantegna’s Acquaviva Productions will produce Live Forever, a documentary on sci-fi icon Ray Bradbury. The Criminal Minds star will also narrate the 90-minute film. The Fahrenheit 451 author died June 5 at age 91, having seen several of his influential works made into films. The authorized documentary is directed and co-produced by Michael O’Kelly. Acquaviva’s Danny Ramm will also co-produce. Edward James Olmos, Dennis Franz, Malcolm McDowell, Hugh Hefner, Jean-Michel Cousteau and the late Roy Disney are among those featured in the film, which is scheduled to be released in December. A possible four-hour TV miniseries version may follow.
Joe Mantegna Producing Ray Bradbury Tribute Documentary
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