A Ray Bradbury documentary produced by Joe Mantegna’s Acquaviva Productions could be followed by a television miniseries version of the project, reports Deadline.com.
Mantegna’s company is producing "Live Forever," a 90-minute documentary about the science-fiction writer and icon, who died earlier this month at 91.
The film will be narrated by Mantegna and directed and co-produced by Michael O’Kelly, the story notes.
The film will feature Hugh Hefner, Malcolm McDowell and the late Roy Disney, among others, the article notes. The film is scheduled to be released in December.
A four-hour miniseries version will possibly follow the feature documentary, the story reports.