John Travolta Steps Out as Gangster John Gotti While Filming in Brooklyn

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John Travolta has been photographed for the first time as infamous mobster John Gotti on the set of his new movie about New York’s "Teflon Don."

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Travolta was captured on camera while strolling the streets of Brooklyn with his mob henchmen for the upcoming film, The Life & Death of John Gotti.

The scenes were shot on Tuesday and the Pulp Fiction actor donned greyed locks, a red turtleneck and brown blazer with a pinky ring, the attire of the notorious mob boss.

Fans from the Brooklyn neighborhoods where they filmed on Tuesday came out to take photos of the star playing the man also known as "The Dapper Don." 

The film, which is being directed by Entourage star Kevin Connolly and also stars Travolta’s real-life wife Kelly Preston, follows Gotti’s life as he rose to power in the 1970s. 

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The film also stars Travolta and Preston’s daughter, Ella Bleu, as Gotti’s daughter, Angel.

Gotti, who was the head of the Gambino Crime Family, passed away in prison in 2002. He was 61.

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