Antonio Sobato Jr. already has his first script for his new Conservative movie studio.
The former “General Hospital” star revealed in July his plan to open his own Conservative production company after claiming he was “blacklisted” from Hollywood following speaking at the Republican National Convention in 2016 supporting then-presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The upcoming Western drama was written and directed by Sobato Jr. “Trail Blazers” will focus on 8 heroes versus 8 villains in the “ultimate battle between good and evil, between darkness and light, between God and Satan himself” according to IMDB.
“We want to make films. I want to make films about this country,” Sobato Jr. stated in an interview with Fox News. “I want to make films about our police officers. I want to make films about Jesus Christ if I want to, and about our country as a nation, about our flag.”
Antonio Sobato Jr. and his family emigrated from Italy in 1985 and became a naturalized American citizen in 1996. After years of hard work and with the help and support of this family Sobato Jr. learned English and eventually moved to Hollywood to pursue his dreams of becoming an actor. The actor left Hollywood in 2018 to move to Florida.
Despite being run out of La-La Land by radical Democrats Sobato Jr. refuses to be silenced and continues to publicly support Trump and the Republican Party.