First Trailer for 'The Lennon Report' Feature About the NYC Shooting
"It's going to be chaos on the streets outside." A trailer has debuted for a feature film called The Lennon Report, about the fateful night where John Lennon was shot and killed in New York City in 1980. Similar to the assassination film Bobby, this focuses on the people (and the hospital) that instantly became involved in the event. The film profiles a number of people, including an ambitious young news producer, the staff at the emergency department at the Roosevelt Hospital, and the police investigating the shooting. Starring Gregory Barr as John Lennon, Karen Tsen Lee as Yoko Ono, as well as Evan Jonigkeit, David Zayas, Richard Kind, Stef Dawson, Devin Ratray, Adrienne C. Moore and Stephen Spinella. Take a look.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Jeremy Profe's The Lennon Report, direct from YouTube:
The unheard true story of the moments after John Lennon was shot as seen through the eyes of those who lived it. Alan Weiss, an ambitious young news producer, finds himself in a position to break the biggest story of the year following a violent motorcycle accident. The emergency department at Roosevelt Hospital discovers a John Doe shooting victim is the worlds biggest rock star and struggles to keep the news quiet while working to save his life. The Lennon Report is directed by Jeremy Profe, of only the sci-fi short An Anomaly of the Theory. The script is by Walter Vincent & Jeremy Profe. Emerging Pictures will release The Lennon Report in limited theaters + on VOD starting October 7th in the fall. Interested?