The eminent NFL quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady has kept himself active even after retirement, gaining partial ownership in the Las Vegas Aces, Las Vegas Raiders, and Birmingham City FC. As the NFL icon continues to be an integral part of the league’s legacy, a biopic series called “The Patriot Way” which is being scripted between the creative confines of the Gotham group.
Now Brady has yet again stolen the limelight making a surprise appearance in at a concert in Miami, with none other than music sensation Drake heading the show.
Drake stuns fans as Brady makes surprise appearance
In the light of recent event at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida, during a Friday night Drake concert, Music buffs were stunned by an unexpected and electrifying cameo from the septuple Super Bowl winner Tom Brady.
This has received a lot of media attention circulating Tom Brady, who retired from the NFL in February after 23 seasons, appears to be relishing in the glory of his newfound freedom and savoring the finest fruits of life.
Brady and Drake are pretty well-acquainted and their friendship dates back to quite some time. While Drake was mounting billboards around the nation for Certified Lover Boy in 2021, Brady made a lighthearted shoutout on Twitter.
Tom Brady biopic takes a step forward
Tom Brady is procuring Biopic treatment through the limited series “The Patriot Way”. It will narrate the quarterback’s trajectory from a sixth-round NFL draft pick to an international superstar who led the New England Patriots to nine Super Bowl appearances and six victories. In addition to shedding light on Brady’s disputes with head coach Bill Belichick, the series will also explore the Aaron Hernandez case, the “Spygate” incident, and the “Deflategate” controversy.
The series is heard to be produced by Ellen Goldsmith on behalf of the Gotham Group. “The Patriot Way” is an adaption of “12: The Inside Story of Tom Brady’s Quest for Redemption,” a book authored by sports journalists Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge that was promulgated in 2018.
The screenwriters of “The Fighter”, Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, are currently working on “The Patriot Way.”
“The New England Patriots dominated the professional sports landscape for 20 years”, Tamasy and Johnson stated, thrilled about the series. “Our documentary will transport viewers inside Gillette Stadium, also known as Fortress Foxboro, to shed fresh insight on the exhilarating, historic come-from-behind victories; the dark side of success; and the creation of a culture of winning at all costs.”
Fans and media are eagerly awaiting on the promising narratives that the producers behind the “The Patriotic Way” will offer.