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Super Bowl LI to Go From Small to Big Screen. Super Bowl LI was one for the ages—and also one destined for the big screen, apparently. Deadline reports an upcoming book and film will recount the New England Patriots' remarkable comeback win in overtime with a focus on quarterback Tom Brady, who's now won more Super Bowls than any other quarterback at five. The Herd with Colin Cowherd Thought-provoking sports talk and guests But the book and film will also reportedly explore Brady's journey to that title, including the Deflategate controversy. The writers behind The Fighter (Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson) have signed on to the project, per Deadline, along with the authors of Boston Strong (Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge)
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Super Bowl LI was one for the ages—and also one destined for the big screen, apparently. Deadline reports an upcoming book and film will recount the New England Patriots' remarkable comeback win in overtime with a focus on quarterback Tom Brady, who's now won more Super Bowls than any other quarterback at five.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Thought-provoking sports talk and guests
But the book and film will also reportedly explore Brady's journey to that title, including the Deflategate controversy. The writers behind The Fighter (Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson) have signed on to the project, per Deadline, along with the authors of Boston Strong (Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge).

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Feb 19, 2017