When thinking about pro athletes pursuing a second career in the arts (rapping), one can’t help (rapping) but notice (rapping) that there’s (rapping) a certain familiar element (rapping) to it all (please make them stop rapping). So it’s pleasant to see the Ravens’ stalwart on the defensive line, Trevor Pryce, taking the game to a new, less immature level; as the BALTIMORE SUN reported, Pryce is an accomplished screenwriter, having sold his first script to Sony.
So what’s Pryce’s movie going to be about? A football team full of drug addicts and womanizers, on the brink of calamity? Life on the street for a drug dealer? Rocky VII? Well, close; how about a children’s movie about wishes?