The cameras will once again be on Tom Brady. Only now it will be in a Hollywood studio instead of an NFL stadium.
Brady is set to produce and appear in a film starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field calling “80s for Brady.” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Kyle Marvin, who co-wrote the screenplay with Michael Covino, will direct the pic, according to the report.
The film will focus on a quartet of best friends who go on a trip to see Brady and the Patriots play Super Bowl 51, and is based on a true story. The four Patriots fans will be played by Tomlin, Fonda, Moreno and Field.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is expected to begin production in the spring.
Brady is represented by the same agency as Tomlin, WME, as well as Latham & Watkins, according to the report.
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Brady isn’t completely out of his field making the transition to Hollywood. He was the producer of his ESPN documentary, “Man in the Arena” and was executive producer of 18 episodes of “Religion of Sports.” according to his IMDb page.
His acting was limited to a few appearances, with episodic appearances in “Family Guy”, “The Simpsons” and “Entourage”, while making a few film appearances in “Ted 2” and “Entourage”, the 2015 film .