Ella Bleu Travolta will lead Get Lost, a YA present day retelling of Alice in Wonderland, which A Beautiful Now boss Daniela Amavia is the coordinating for Patriot Pictures. Little girl of Grease hotshot John Travolta and late Jerry Maguire entertainer Kelly Preston, Ella Bleu made her realistic introduction in 2009 when she played her genuine guardians’ on-screen little girl Emily in the outfit parody Old Dogs.
She later showed up on a few unscripted TV dramas, simply getting back to the big screen 10 years after the fact with the 2019 film The Poison Rose, which likewise featured her dad. Travolta was most as of late found in the Scotts Miracle-Gro Super Bowl business with her father. What’s more, presently she has hopped onto Amavia’s film for her enormous break.
As per Deadline, Travolta has been cast to play Alicia/Alice in Get Lost. A cutting edge take on Alice In Wonderland, Get Lost follows Travolta’s character as she embraces a madly stunning experience into the wonderland that is Budapest. She goes exploring across Europe to satisfy her mom’s last desire, yet her excursion drives her into mind-twisting experiences with a puzzling youngster and with a lot of other far-fetched people. As Alice advances with her excursion, her heart and psyche embrace groundbreaking thoughts and individuals. In the long run, Alice goes over a disclosure that encourages her achieve opportunity.
Travolta is a generally new ability, whose matching with beginner chief Amavia will absolutely interest youthful watchers. The plot is likewise spellbinding, albeit the absence of certain dream components and animals may cause fans’ fierceness. Right now, the task is in beginning phases, so it is difficult to discuss its destiny and gathering.
Be that as it may, given what is thought about the film, it will look good for Get Lost in the event that it discharges on a real time feature, especially Netflix or Disney+, rather than peering toward a dramatic window. This is on the grounds that the film’s general tone is more qualified for streaming, and its intended interest groups are altogether dynamic streaming supporters.