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Dream Seller
Directed by Bam Margera
Produced by Bam Margera
Written by Bam Margera
Starring Bam Margera
Tony Hawk
Cinematography Joseph Frantz
Editing by Bam Margera
Studio Bam Margera Productions
Release date(s) 2011 (USA)
Country  United States
Language English

Dreamseller is a planned movie based on the Viva La Bam member and skateboarder Brandon Novak's autobiography of the same title.



Set in Baltimore, Maryland, this movie is based on the life of Brandon Novak, who was ready to be signed as a pro skater, until at the age of 14, when he began taking heroin and his skateboarding skills suffered. The film then follows his life as an addict living on the streets. One day friend and pro skateboarder, Bam Margera decides to take him in and help him get off heroin and back on a skateboard.



The film had been in production, but was put on hold in order to film Jackass Number Two. Bam Margera will be playing Brandon Novak in the starring role. Script writing and filming is supposedly underway once more, and is constantly being added to as Novak reveals more of his past and anecdotes, some on Bam's radio show, Radio Bam.

In an episode of Radio Bam, Bam Margera said that the script was written by Joseph Frantz, adapted from the book written by Brandon Novak, and then "Hollywood guys" re-wrote the script again, but completely missed the point of the movie and turned it into a skateboard film heavily featuring Tony Hawk.

As a result, they will be using Frantz's original script. Bam also said that he had lunch with a financer for the film (the owner of, and upon showing some of his previous work, without even reading the script, Bam received $5 million to make the movie. "Unfortunately, Novak will not be in the movie", said Bam during an episode of Radio Bam.[1]


  1. ^ "Radio Bam". Radio Bam. 2007-10-08. No. 135.

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