Nick Loeb is the co-producer and writer of the controversial “Roe v. Wade: The Movie”. The world premiere of the movie took place at the 2021 CPAC convention in Orlando. The movie’s cast is a who’s who of conservative actors such as Jon Voight, John Schneider, Jamie Kennedy, Steve Guttenberg and Stacey Dash.
The Hollywood Reporter said: “The filmmaker is hosting the world premiere of his film, Roe v. Wade, … and he’s selling tickets to funnel into marketing costs ahead of an April release on Amazon Prime, iTunes and PVOD.” And a LifeSiteNews report states: “Nick Loeb, the film’s co-director and co-writer, stars as Dr. Bernard Nathanson, a notorious abortionist who later converted to Catholicism.” Stephen Kokx, a reporter for the prolife news agency interviewed the co-producer who told the news agency his goal is for the audience to gain a “new perspective” from the movie. “My goal really is to have a movie that changes hearts and minds that may not fall in line with the same ideas that I do … I think people are not going to believe what they see.”
Nick Loeb began his career as a producer, director and actor at Universal Studios focused on M&A in corporate development and then in motion picture finance. He went on to work on his first feature film, Primary Colors directed by Mike Nichols and starring John Travolta. Mr. Loeb then began the International Production Company (IPC), producing The Smokers (2000) with executive producer Quincy Jones. IPC went on to partner with Barbara Streisand to produce the five episode award winning documentary, The Living Century (2001). Since then he has worked on several films over the last 20 years, with stars like Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler, Jon Voight, Tyson Beckford, Billy Zane and Sean Astin, among many others.