The recruiting movie is one of the most intriguing things we have ever seen, and it is set to have a massive impact on college basketball recruiting.
It is set for release on October 25, 2019 and has already generated a great deal of buzz among college basketball fans and recruits.
“I know it’s a big deal,” one ESPN insider told ESPN.com.
“It’s going to change the landscape.”
As of this writing, ESPN has confirmed that it is in talks with the studio and has received a list of potential directors.
Sources told ESPN that the film will feature a mixture of former and current high school recruits.
The film will also focus on the life of an Ohio State star, but no names were disclosed.
It is being produced by ESPN Films, which also produced the film, and produced by The Talent Group.
“I’m looking forward to it,” one insider said.
“I have a feeling it’s going in the right direction.
It will have an enormous impact on recruiting.”
Another insider said that the movie has been in the works for several years and has not yet been announced, though it is expected to be in theaters by the end of 2020.
The talent group is reportedly looking at several other potential directors including the likes of Matt Feig (Mad Max: Fury Road), Steve Buscemi (Argo), Matt Weiner (The Grand Budapest Hotel), and David Fincher (The Social Network).
The movie will also include a special feature on former Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann, who was fired by the Buckeyes last fall after a poor season and his second consecutive season of underachievement.ESPN has confirmed the existence of the film and has begun negotiating with its talent group.
“We have been in contact with our talent and we are looking to collaborate,” ESPN senior vice president of production and production Jon Weisman said in a statement.
“The talent has already begun shooting, and we’re hopeful to begin filming in the coming weeks.”
This year marks the 10th consecutive year that the ESPN film has made it to the big screen.
In 2018, ESPN Films released the film Inside the NBA, which starred former Boston Celtics star Kevin Garnett, which grossed $5.5 million at the box office and led to the Celtics being the first NBA team to win a championship.
The film also featured former Oregon State star Jordan Clarkson, who signed a three-year deal with the Golden State Warriors and will play a major role in the film.
ESPN Films has also produced and produced several other movies including the Oscar-nominated feature film The Wrestler, and the Academy Award-winning documentary The Rise of the Black Panther.
For the record, the film was produced by a studio owned by the same company that produced Inside the NFL.