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The Requiem Boogie

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The Requiem Boogie
Directed byJordan Walker-Pearlman
Produced by
  • Jordan Walker-Pearlman
  • Thiago Oliveira
  • Joanna Colbert
Written byJordan Walker-Pearlman
Starring
  • Jordan Walker-Pearlman
  • Rosie Fellner
  • Hill Harper
  • David Clennon
  • Ever Carradine
  • Tracie Thoms
  • Gregory Itzin
  • Paul Schulze
  • Daniel Bess
  • Annie Korzen
  • Donis Leonard Jr.
  • Alora Young
Music by
  • David Kahne
CinematographyAndressa Cordeiro

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The Requiem Boogie is an upcoming 2021 American English-language autobiographical dramedy film directed by Jordan Walker-Pearlman.[1] The film stars Jordan Walker-Pearlman opposite Rosie Fellner. The stories centers around a middle aged former Child Actor who is in the midst of mourning the loss of his very famous movie star father when his house is descended upon by strangers, charlatans, and debatably well intentioned people from his past determined to mount a reunion show of the old sit-com in which he appeared. The movie was filmed in Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner's former Bel Air, Los Angeles home that was purchased from Elon Musk.[2]

Development[edit]

In May of 2020, Elon Musk announced on The Joe Rogan Experience that he was selling his properties in Bel Air, Los Angeles and relocating to Texas.[3][4] In October 2020, Elon Musk sold one of his 7 Bel Air Mansions, Gene Wilder's former estate, to Wilder's nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman.[5][6] The Requiem Boogie was slated to begin shooting in the home in Fall of 2020, but covid delays pushed start of production to April 2021.

References[edit]

  1. Arts, MoJo Global. "Veteran Cast Wraps On Walker-Pearlman's "Requiem"". WFMZ.com.
  2. McClain, James; McClain, James (23 October 2020). "Elon Musk Sells the Gene Wilder House to Wilder's Nephew". DIRT.
  3. McClain, James; McClain, James (15 May 2020). "Elon Musk Bites the Bullet, Lists His Other Four Bel Air Homes". DIRT.
  4. Parker, Ryan; Parker, Ryan (7 May 2020). "Elon Musk Explains Decision to Sell Gene Wilder's "Quirky" House and His Stipulation". The Hollywood Reporter.
  5. "Photos: Elon Musk sells the Gene Wilder House to Wilder's nephew". The Mercury News. 27 October 2020.
  6. Hartmans, Avery. "Elon Musk reportedly sold Gene Wilder's former estate to Wilder's nephew, and may have financed 95% of the sale". Business Insider.

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Category:American films Category:2021 films


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