The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop on what it will take to turn #BudgetCup into a Hollywood movie.
It’s no surprise that the #BuckeyeBats will have to contend with Trump’s antics, which has forced the team to turn to a brand new nickname, The Trump Train.
The team of former NBA stars has also been working on a brand-new movie with the help of a former New York Times columnist.
Former NBA star Michael Jordan will star in the movie, which is set to premiere in theaters March 7, 2019.
It is expected to gross $150 million.
Jordan has also signed on to produce the film, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Jordan is one of the most popular figures in sports, especially among millennials.
His team has been trying to make the film since October, when the president tweeted out the tweet, “I have to go to Vegas.
You can’t win a Super Bowl without me.”
Jordan, who was born in Jordan, has not been shy about criticizing the president, even referring to the president’s comments on the World Cup.
In the tweets, the president suggested that he is “a terrible host” and said that he has not seen a Superbowl since he was in the White House.
Jordan also referenced Trump’s tweets in the film.
Jordan and his wife, Lora, who plays a character named Lisa, will be the hosts of the upcoming season of The Bachelorette.