Milo Ventimiglia is riding the high wave in his career and pursuing many new paths as actor and director in films. One such project is for ‘Blades of Glory’:
Milo Ventimiglia’s production company, Divide Pictures, has bought the rights to ‘Blades of Glory’:
Divide Pictures, Ventimiglia and partner Russ Cundiff’s production company, has also optioned the movie rights to "Blades of Glory," John Rosengren’s book about the Bloomington Jefferson Jaguars, a championship Minnesota high school hockey team.
In addition to ‘Blades of Glory’, Milo Ventimiglia announced that he will be appearing in 2 other movies: ‘Game’ and ‘The Chaos Theory.’ Neither movie is very filled in, as far as details go. ‘Game’ is by Lakeshore Entertainment from the writers and directors of ‘Crank’. ‘Chaos Theory’ is a smaller independent movie.
He laughs about how busy he is and says:
"I try and take a break and take a vacation," he says, "but I keep getting wrapped up in jobs."
And in note of interest, Milo Ventimiglia met with an interesting reception to his research trip for the film:
The 30-year-old was surrounded by awe-struck students when he arrived at Thomas Jefferson High School in Bloomington to research a role in a new film.
Ventimiglia, who plays Peter Petrelli in the hit show, toured the campus as part of his preparations for forthcoming movie Blades Of Glory, which is based on the school’s ice hockey team.
The photo above is from Milo Ventimiglia’s recent appearance at the GQ Man of the Year event on December 5th.