Daniel’s Gotta Die - Bob Saget’s Last Film
We had the opportunity to work on the film “Daniel’s Gotta Die”, released on October 28th 2022. The film stars Bob Saget, Iggy Pop, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Joel David Moore and is directed by Jeremy LaLonde. The film was a staff pick at the Austin Film Festival in 2022!
This enigmatic film keeps viewers on the edge of their seats with its twists, comedy, and stellar performances. In this post, we embark on a journey through the world of "Daniel's Gotta Die," exploring the captivating elements that make it a must-watch for fans of comedy, thrills and mystery enthusiasts alike.
"Daniel's Gotta Die" introduces us to an ordinary man named Daniel, played by Joel David Moore, who suddenly finds himself entangled in a dark game of life and death. When Daniel attempts to reconcile with his family he encounters an obstacle as he discovers that they all intend to eliminate him to claim his inheritance. For fans of suspenseful cinema combined with comedy "Daniel's Gotta Die" is a must-see.
"Daniel's Gotta Die" was Bob Saget’s last theatrical performance and released after his unfortunate passing. Bob Saget portrays “Lawrence”, a lawyer overseeing the estate of a wealthy family. With each scene he delivers an amazing, comedic performance that showcases his incredible range as an actor. Some of Bob Saget’s other popular work includes "Full House" as the lovable and quirky Danny Tanner, Bob Saget charmed viewers in the iconic sitcom "Full House." With his wholesome humor and heartwarming moments, Saget's portrayal of the devoted single father resonated with families everywhere. His comedic timing and endearing personality made Danny Tanner a household name. Bob Saget lent his voice as the narrator for the character Ted Mosby in the beloved sitcom, "How I Met Your Mother.” His distinctive voice and storytelling skills added a unique touch to the series, making it even more memorable. Bob Saget's career has shown his remarkable ability to excel in various genres, proving his versatility as an actor. Whether making us laugh in family-friendly sitcoms or pushing boundaries with his edgy humor, Saget's performances have left a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.