Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 14, 2006
Goodfella, Henry Hill (http://www.goodfellahenry.com) and his manager, Daryl Orr of Orr Productions (http://www.orrproductions.com), are seeking out writers, directors, producers and would like to solicit Warner Brothers to create a sequel to Goodfellas, the movie.
Goodfellas was released in 1990 and starred Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta who portrayed Henry Hill in a story about a half-Irish, half-Scicilian Brooklyn kid initiated into a local mafia gang and the problems and encounters with the mob throughout the next 25 years. The U.S. Box Office recorded $42,613,326.00 in sales from Goodfellas.
"I think its time to create a second film about the latter part of my 25 years after the mob," said Henry Hill. "People I speak to all over the world, email me and ask when there is a second Goodfellas, movie coming out."
Henry Hill has a book on the shelves titled "Gangsters and Goodfellas" written by Gus Russo. Russo writes about Henry's life during the mob, the witness protection and life on the run.
"I agree," said Daryl Orr, "I feel this would be an opportunity for people who thrive on this kind of stuff to get a feel for life after Goodfellas." Daryl went on to say, "After you watch Goodfellas, your mind wonders what happens to Henry during his life after the movie."
There are also rumors of Henry and Daryl's involvement with Michael Mycon, Ken Haygood and Leon Hendrix in the making of a Jimi Hendrix film, which is in pre-production. Mike stated he would like to see Morgan Freeman portray Jimi Hendrix's father, Al Hendrix and Halle Berry as Jimi's mother, Lucille Hendrix. "We have the rights of Original Hendrix LLC and the untold story from Leon Hendrix, Jimi's brother," said Michael Mycon.Original Hendrix LLC. is partner with Ken Haygood, Leon Hendrix's attorney, Michael Mycon and Leon Hendrix, Jimi Hendrix's brother. "We would like Quentin Tarantino to have interest in this movie," Mycon said.
Henry Hill announced on April 7, 2006, Daryl Orr of Orr Productions (http://www.orrproductions.com), would be his new publicity manager. Daryl is originally from a suburban town outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was the co-host on a Morning Talk Show with host Raunch Foxxx on Renegade Talk Radio, titled, "The Morning Cyber Sickness." Daryl was known as co-host, "The Mile High Guy." The show ran within the studios of Surfnet Media in Arizona. Daryl has a diverse background extending from law enforcement to the airlines and voice over talent. Daryl has also worked closely with Wayne Newton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Tony Orlando while in Branson, Missouri.
Henry Hill and long time friend Marie Jones of Nebraska are working on the recreation of an Italian cuisine restaurant in the Denver Metro area inspired by the movie and modeled after the Bamboo Lounge from the movie Goodfellas. Marie has stated the name of the restaurant will be "Henry Hill's Goodfellas" restaurant, located at I-25 and Alameda Avenue near down town Denver at the former Heavenly Days Brewery. "We expect the restaurant to be open sometime in late May or early June of 2006 and will release exact dates closer to the opening day," says Marie Jones. "I am excited and can't wait for the grand opening," said Henry Hill. Henry has a marinara sauce that they make at thier current restaurant in Nebraska. The sauce is called "Sunday Gravy" which can be purchased online from Herny's Sunday Gravy web site.(http://www.sundaygravy.net) Marie and Henry are looking for a singer and a piano player to add to the atmosphere inside the restaurant, we would like to start conducting interviews as soon as we can for a part time, weekend job with us. Applicants interested may contact Daryl for more information.
Henry Hill is available for Radio and Television interviews. His recent interview was March 23, 2006. Henry was a guest on The Howard Stern Show (http://www.howardstern.com) in New York City with Sirius Satellite Radio. Currently Henry is working on a new cook book with Priscilla Davis, the author of his first cookbook titled "The Wise Guy Cookbook". He is also involved with a movie about the 1978 Boston College basketball fixing scandal that is in pre-production as well as a movie version based on the book "Goodfellas Guide to New York" written by Bryan Schreckengost. Henry's Manager, Daryl Orr is in current negotiations with Tim Sabien of Sirius Radio (http://www.sirius.com) to produce a show with Henry Hill and Logan Clarke (http://www.loganclarke.com), a Hollywood detective.
All interest, questions, comments, interviews, filming and request may contact Daryl Orr, by calling 720-775-5467.