For Patriots fans, the name Malcolm Butler will always be mentioned with reverence in every bar in Boston, thanks to his game-winning interception in the dwindling moments of Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks. The story, in general, has the potential to turn into a pretty awesome sports movie, especially because Butler's meteoric rise truly came out of nowhere. Levin also acquired the rights of Butler's agent, Derek Simpson, who was managing Butler's early career while also Erin Brockoviching on behalf of a paralyzed teen against a "commercial-trucking goliath".
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"'Lion" and "The Secondary' are against-all-odds stories of struggle and inspiration", Levin said, via The Hollywood Reporter. Levin's Narrative Capital is behind the current film "Lion", which has been nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture. "Derek would not stop until Malcolm got a chance". A proposed movie called The Secondary will tell Butler's journey from a Popeyes fryolator to a star National Football League cornerback and two-time Super Bowl champion, a saga that took place over only three short years.
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Two New England Patriots players are having their heroics immortalized on the big screen.
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What we already know is that Butler played college football at Hinds Community College in MS and Alcorn State before finally landing at West Alabama. Butler played 1,008 defensive snaps, intercepted four passes, broke up 16 more and made 63 tackles during the 2016 season.