Chris White of CDW Films and Kristinn Thordarson of Icelandic powerhouse Truenorth are producing and Jonathan Southard will direct the privately financed independent drama about a talented young player's redemptive journey. Taylor Gray will play the lead Jack, who confronts his father, a legendary former player and now club owner, after the older man dropped him from the team where his older brother plays in goal. Reeling from the rejection and still mourning the death of his mother some years earlier, Jack eventually signs for a rival team and faces off against his father's club and his brother in a championship final match. Grammer will play the father and is scheduled to join the production in the third week after he completes filming on another project in the UK. The cast includes Ally Brooke as Jack's ex-girlfriend Sofia, and Briana Scurry, who played in goal for the 1999 US women's World Cup-winning team and earned more than 170 caps for her country.