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Undefeated: The Rocky M...

The story of boxing legend Rocky Marciano will come to the big screen in his first authorized biopic, as yet untitled. The film will track Marciano from his Brockton, Mass. childhood up to his death in a plane crash in 1969. He stands as the only champion boxer to retire without a loss.

Untitled Mark Kerr Project

Mark Kerr is born in Toledo, Ohio. From early childhood, he dreams of being in the World Wrestling Federation and holds mock fights with his younger siblings in the back yard. He comes a high school state champion wrestling for Toledo Waite. Later Kerr becomes known as The Smashing Machine, The Titan and The Specimen — and is a two-time UFC heavyweight champ, and is widely regarded as the best fighter in the world during his MMA career.

Unreasonable Behaviour

The story of legendary British war photographer Don McCullin. Working for the Sunday Times from the late 60’s to the early 80’s, he risked his life to photograph the harsh realities of war.

Untitled Evel Knievel P...

Robert Craig Knievel becomes a household name in the 1970s for his nationally televised motorcycle jumps. Ever the showman, daredevil Evel Knievel is recognized for his use of a Stars-and-Stripes getup and known for his 433 broken bones. At the height of his celebrity, he gains endorsements from Harley-Davidson and a toy line by the Ideal Toy Company. Knievel dies in 2007 at the age of 69.


Joe Chip works as an anti-psi security agent who blocks telepathic spying on companies. When Chip is hired for a job on the Moon, things go terribly wrong.


Carrie Buck, a young Virginia woman, becomes a lightning rod for a political movement that promises to eliminate the "unfit" from our country. She is forced to single-handedly fight against it for the one thing she desperately wants – to be a mother.

Unforgiving World

A newlywed couple vie for the same life-changing position at an architectural film. The movie follows the outcomes in parallel storylines.

Untitled Jutta Kleinsch...

Jutta Kleinschmidt, who was born in Germany, buys her first motorcycle at age 18. After studying physics, she works at BMW for six years before quitting in 1992 to pursue her passion of motorsports. In 1997, she become the first woman ever to win a stage of The Dakar Rally – often called the most dangerous race on the planet. In 1999, she earns recognition – finishing third overall – as half of the first all-female team to stand on the winners' podium. In 2001, after 15 years of trying, Kleinschmidt wins the race.

Untitled Lenny Dykstra ...

Lenny Dykstra, a key part of the champion 1986 New York Mets, leads a checkered life after retiring from baseball in 1996. He is the subject of multiple investigations into his financial empire, which includes a jet charter company and a magazine marketed to professional athletes. He files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2009 and auctions off his World Series ring. Dykstra pleads guilty in 2012 to bankruptcy fraud, concealment of assets and money laundering and is sentenced to six months in prison, 500 hours of community service, and is ordered to pay $200,000 in restitution.


A 14-year-old kid of average intelligence is accidentally placed in a school of gifted students and tries to hide among the brainiacs to escape punishment for a prank he pulled at his old school. He eventually shakes up the uptight, socially awkward advanced students and learns something about his own capabilities.

Untitled Chris Paciello...

Based on the true story of Chris Paciello, the charismatic Miami nightclub owner, who in the 1990’s became the “King of Miami” and turned South Beach into the hottest party destination in the world.

Untitled Laura Vikmanis...

Based on the true story of Laura Vikmanis, the oldest cheerleader in the NFL. At 39-years-old and surrounded by cheerleaders half her age, the single mom tried out for the Cincinnati Bengals squad, but didn't make the cut. For a year, she practiced and improved her moves. Despite the long odds, she returned to tryouts and made the squad.

Untitled Lund Drama Pro...

Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani rape victim, wages a legal battle against her attackers and the justice system that sanctioned the crime. When her young brother goes before a council of tribal elders after he is accused of being seen with a girl from a rival tribe, Mai pleads for his release. They spare him -- but order that she be gang-raped in public to shame her family. While most victims of this authorized crime commit suicide rather than exist as a pariah, Mai fights back.

Untitled Rod Serling Pr...

Rod Serling grows up outside of Syracuse, New York as the class clown, though he eventually matures enough to write for his high school newspaper. Immediately after graduation, he enlists in the U.S. Army and trains as a paratrooper. He is sent west to fight in the Philippines, where he sees death all around him each day. Though he is honored with a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star, Serling’s experience in the military haunts him and has a profound effect on his later work. After being discharged, Serling attends Antioch College, where he begins writing and performing in radio shows on campus. Following his radio days, Serling moves into television, writing for a local station in Cincinnati before going out on his own. He sells several scripts, but resents the compromises that network sponsors and censors force him to make, so he decides to create his own show, "The Twilight Zone."

Untitled Von Erich Project

The Von Erichs, real name Adkisson, begin their wrestling dynasty when Fritz Von Erich (born Jack Barton Adkisson) becomes a star in the National Wrestling Alliance, holding multiple belts in the 1960s before becoming president of the org. He dies in 1997. Him and his wife Doris have six sons, five of whom die before their father, which leads to talk of a curse, colloquially dubbed the "Von Erich curse". Today, two sons of Kevin Von Erich, the last surviving brother, are both pro wrestlers with Major League Wrestling. In 2009, the Von Erich family are inducted by Michael "P.S." Hayes into the WWE Hall of Fame.