Filmmaker making Scaramucci's life into a movie

A filmmaker who has been following Anthony Scaramucci for four years capturing his every move is now making The Mooch's life into a film.

Andrew Muscato admits he 'got lucky' after the financier had one of the most dramatic political flame outs in recent history. 

The Mooch, who sold his multi billion dollar company SkyBridge Capital, was appointed as White House communications director for an impressively short tenure that saw him threaten to murder leakers.

Filmmaker Andrew Muscato, who has been following Anthony Scaramucci for four years capturing his every move is now making The Mooch's life into a film

Filmmaker Andrew Muscato (right), who has been following Anthony Scaramucci (left) for four years capturing his every move is now making The Mooch's life into a film 

He also complained to a reporter about getting 'c*** blocked' by former chief of staff Reince Priebus, and claimed Steve Bannon was 'trying to suck his own c**k', before he was forced out just ten days after his appointment, by White House chief of staff John Kelly.

Meanwhile, it emerged that his wife Deidre Ball, 38, had filed for divorce from Scaramucci while pregnant - and she gave birth to their child last week.

Ball's lawyer, Jill Stone shot down rumors that Scaramucci's 'naked ambition' was the reason behind the split.

Anthony Scaramucci dines at the Trump Hotel restaurant, DC. (to his right, Katrina Pierson, Trump loyalist and CNN contributor). Monday 31st July 2017 on the day he was out as White House communications director

Anthony Scaramucci dines at the Hotel restaurant, DC.(to his right, Katrina Pierson, loyalist and CNN contributor).Monday 31st July 2017 on the day he was out as White House communications director

The drama has all been caught on camera by Muscato who has been following Scaramucci for years after the Mooch granted him full access.

'I'm lucky to have captured, for the past four years, one of the most fascinating people that I've ever known,' he said.

Muscato left NYU film school, and moved to Japan and shoot The Zen of Bobby V - after recently fired Mets

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