When Darius Pelton is asked to drive Jake, a local Casino dealer to the Navajo Reservation, he did not expect it to be the man’s return after 30 years of abandonment. As the two embark on the journey to fulfill Jake’s dream to see his grandson compete in a Native American rodeo, the trip transforms into an experience that teaches them valuable lessens on human vulnerabilities. ‘Road to Everywhere’s’ plot does sound touching especially given the fact that it serves as a semi sequel to the 1998 film titled ‘Driven’ which starred Tony Todd in the lead role. Now, almost 30 years after the release of the film, Tony Todd reprises his role as Darius Pelton in a fitting conclusion to his character in the original film, returning to his roots.
‘Road to Everywhere’ will be directed by Michael Paradies Shoob, the director of the 1998 film. Tony Todd is famous for his portrayals as Daniel Robitaille in the ‘Candyman’ film series, Kurn in the ‘Star Trek’ film series, ‘William Bludworth’ in the Final Destination’ film series and as the voice of Fallen in ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’. Joseph Mealey will supposedly be producing this upcoming film that is set to commence its production this Fall.
More About the Cast
Tony Todd’s Darius Pelton will be accompanied by actors Robert Mirabal, Daniel Roebuck, Lee Garlington and Rawle D. Lewis joining the cast for ‘Road to Everywhere’. Robert Mirabal is a popular musician specialized in flute music. His popular songs include ‘Navajo Fires’, ‘The Dance’ and ‘Little Indians’. Robert Mirabal will most likely perform the role of Jake in the upcoming film. Daniel Roebuck is a well known actor/ writer who is known for ‘The Munsters’, ‘River’s Edge’ (starring Keanu Reeves) and ‘U.S. Marshals’. Lee Garlington is another popular actress who is famous for her roles in ‘Cobra’ (starring Sylvester Stallone), ‘Candy Coated Christmas’ and ‘The Seventh Sign’. Rawle D. Lewis is a director/ actor/ writer/ producer whose popular works include ‘Spy Hard’, ‘Angel of Death’ (web series) and ‘Narcos: Mexico’.
‘Driven’ focused on Darius Pelton and his colleagues trying to earn a name for themselves among the cab community. ‘Road to Everywhere’ which has a 30 year time jump, will focus on another version of the character who is down on his luck and is not the man he was in 1998. It will be interesting to see Tony Todd, Daniel Roebuck, Lee Garlington and Rawle D. Lewis reprise their roles from the 1998 film in ‘Road to Everywhere’.