McConaughey Movie Scrapped Six Weeks before Production

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Matthew McConaughey's film about a Dallas football team has been abruptly cancelled six weeks before cameras were due to begin rolling.

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Dallas Sting was based on the true story of a Dallas-based girls' soccer team who travelled to China in 1984 and, 

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against the odds, defeated several of the world's top women's teams.

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McConaughey was to play coach Bill Kinder, who led the team to victories over Australia,

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Japan and China and finally Italy in the championship game.

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The Hollywood Reporter reports that production company Sky Dance and the producers received disturbing allegations

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surrounding aspects of the true story on which the drama was based.

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After they investigated, they decided that the allegations were serious enough for the movie to be scrapped.

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Skydance and producing partners Berlanti Schechter Productions are yet to comment on the reports.

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