According to reports Matthew McConaughey has canceled his next project.
Six weeks before filming begins, Skydance Media, a production company, has decided not to proceed with the project. Dallas StingThe biographical movie “Bill Kinder”, a legendary women’s soccer coach from 1980s, is called “The Movie”. The Hollywood Reporter. McConaughey was cast as Kinder in the film.
According to the outlet’s report, producers received compensation for their work. “disturbing allegations surrounding aspects of the true story on which the drama was based.”
According to The Daily Mail, the film was scrapped after Kinder’s 83-year-old allegations were made to the production company. Kinder was accused of calling players in a letter sent by an unknown source. “inappropriate nicknames”Touching one player “outside their clothes,”The Daily Mail reported.
The Dallas coach denied the accusations and stated that the letter was not a slander. “was pretty cryptic.” “There was nothing there, nothing ever happened,”He said.
Skydance Media did no immediate response to PEOPLE’s request, nor did McConaughey.
McConaughey played Kinder in the 1984 film. He was playing the role of a coach for the Dallas women’s soccer team at the world championships. The movie would follow the Texan coach as he and his team defeat women’s teams around the globe, including Australia, Japan and China. The Hollywood Reporter.
Booksmart’sKaitlyn Dever was 25 years old and was cast as Kinder’s daughter.
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The Daily Mail reported that Ryann Turrero, 32, was a professional soccer player for Chile and had been cast in The Movie to Play Rose Reilley. She is an Italian-Scottish player who is the nemesis to Dallas’ Dallas team.
“I’m devastated about the movie and this wonderful opportunity not moving forward as I know many people have worked extremely hard on it,”Torrero spoke to The Daily Mail.
She continued, “But the most important thing here is that any concerns about misconduct or abuse are investigated and if guilt is found then justice be served. I hope truth comes to light.”
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