Los Angeles, CA – For the fourth movie within the critically-acclaimed “MAGNIFY” documentary movie collection, Common, the MC’s MC, helps make clear the inner-city mission to save lots of the youth by means of studying the artwork of boxing.
The doc chronicles the lives of Ragahleak “Peanut” Bartee and Quincey Williams’ who inhabit Washington, D.C.’s Ward eight neighborhood as a part of the Lyfe Style Boxing coaching program. From there, Coach Walt Manigan mentors the youths onward to the trail to the 2017 Junior Olympics, all of the whereas holding the real-life hardships freed from movie modifying..centered-ad
“They Fight is an extremely highly effective movie – one which we knew needed to be part of the ‘Magnify’ collection,” Charlie Dixon, Executive Vice President, Content, FOX Sports stated press launch. “It suits completely inside our mission to make use of sports activities as a lens for telling vital cultural tales. We’re proud of what we’ve achieved in a single yr and excited to continue to grow this model with recent, new documentaries and influential collaborators.”
Common and his Freedom Road Productions produced the movie alongside director Andrew Renzi, who each linked with Argent Pictures’ previous and current star athlete companions, Drew Brees, Tony Parker, Derrick Brooks, and Michael Finley.
The characteristic’s soundtrack will even embrace unique music from the likes of 6lack, Boogie, Odie, Octan amongst others, and was spearheaded by LVRN’s Justice Baiden.
Launching a full calendar yr in the past, the earlier “MAGNIFY” documentary collection boast of LeBron James, Maverick Carter and Sports Illustrated’s 89 Blocks, Dwayne Wade and Chance the Rapper’s Shot within the Dark and Emmy®-nominated administrators’ Jeffrey Zimbalist and Michael Zimbalist’s Nossa Chape.
In 2019, Kevin Durant’s Q Ball — which paperwork the lives the California inmate teammates of the San Quentin Warriors — will even be rolled out.
Watch the THEY FIGHT trailer up above forward of its nationwide premiere date of November 11 at 1:00 PM ET and four:05 PM ET, intermixed with the present NFL tv schedule. Select theaters in New York City and Los Angeles will even air the movie starting on November 9.