Looks like Steph Curry is using his time off the court to venture into the world of film.
The NBA star will produce a sports-themed project for Netflix.
Curry will be adapting Jewell Parker Rhodes’ young adult novel, Black Brother, Black Brother – which tells a story of a bullied African American middle schooler who begins to channgel his anger through the competitive art of fencing.
Curry’s production company Unanimous Media, co-founded with producer/director Erick Peyton.
The novel was selected for adaption after it was featured as the February 2021 pick in Curry’s Underrated Book Club.
This won’t be the last of Curry, as the production company also announced an animated reboot of the classic ’70s sitcom, Good Times.