Since its inception, ESPN has been a name that is synonymous with sport. The birth of the news giant was the subject of a 2011 non-fiction book titled ‘Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN’.

James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales’ story of ESPN’s birth is now set for a film adaptation. James Franco is considering the role of directing from a script by Christopher C. Rogers.

This one will be required viewing for aspiring journalists such as myself. Or, people that are interested in the business and entertainment worlds for that matter.

True stories such as these prove to be popular due to their inspirational element. This is definitely one to keep an eye on.

Source: Collider