Gravitas Buys Seann William Scott Drama ‘Already Gone’

Gravitas Ventures has acquired worldwide rights to the Seann William Scott road drama “Already Gone,” executive produced by Keanu Reeves, Variety has learned exclusively.

Christopher Kenneally directed from his own script with Rainmaker Films producing.  The film, which also stars Shiloh Fernandez, Justine Skye and Tyler Dean Flores, will be released in theaters and on demand on Aug. 16.

Flores plays a lonely teenager in Coney Island who uses his graffiti to escape from his abusive stepfather, portrayed by Scott. The teenager is in love with his stepfather’s girlfriend and they flee together to Colorado after the stepfather tries to pimp her out.

The film is produced by Jordan Yale Levine and Jordan Beckerman of Yale Productions, Russell Geyser of RainMaker Films, and Shruti Ganguly of Honto88. Reeves and Clay Pecorin of Raimaker Films serve as executive producers.

“Chris has crafted a thrilling road odyssey fueled by youthful energy and gritty realism,” said
Tony Piantedosi of Gravitas Ventures. He negotiated the deal with ICM Partners on behalf of the
filmmakers.