McConaughey, who last took on a live-action role in 2019, will play the team’s coach, Bill Kinder. Kinder reportedly had no coaching experience prior to putting the team together, and even sponsored the team’s trip with a credit card. In an interview with Dallas Morning News, the real-life Kinder explains that he first got involved in women’s soccer in the late ’60s and that the founding of a league inspired “a lot of reactions”, including the importance of Tai refused to run the matches. By 1984, the sport and Sting had become so popular that the team was chosen to represent the whole country. However, there is still a lot of bureaucracy and underestimation to overcome before the girls can play on the world stage. “Dallas Sting” will obviously tackle the whole story.
The film will mark the welcome return to the genre by “GLOW” co-creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, who penned the film’s script. The pair are no strangers to bad ’80s stories about ragtag women’s groups. Their wrestling comedy, which was inspired by the true story of women’s wrestling on television, was canceled in 2020 after three seasons on Netflix. Since then, the pair have co-created “Roar”, an anthology of magical realism based on the short story collection of the same name by Cecelia Ahern.
Flahive and Mensch have an overall deal with Apple, as do “Dallas Sting” producer Skydance, so it’s very possible the film could strike a distribution deal with the company, but for now it’s a deal. agreement has not yet been implemented. Dana Goldberg, Don Granger, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Robbie Rogers will produce the film, which is scheduled to start shooting this fall.
https://www.slashfilm.com/945993/matthew-mcconaughey-to-return-to-the-big-screen-in-director-kari-skoglunds-dallas-sting/ Matthew McConaughey returns to the big screen in Kari Skogland’s Dallas Sting