Dennis Rodman’s infamous trip to Las Vegas during the NBA Finals will be a feature film
One of the most watched moments the last Dance That was when the documentary touched Dennis Rodman’s Vegas corner in the middle of the 1998 NBA Finals.
It is unforgettable that the Bulls coach Phil Jackson allowed the trip, but when Rodman did not return on time, Michael Jordan, Phil Jackson and the rest of the Bulls began to ask questions.
Now, this incident is being adapted into a movie called Las Vegas 48 hours, According to the deadline.
Lionsgate’s film will document Rodman and his timid assistant GM’s interesting adventures in Vegas, and detail their unlikely friendship, which ultimately proves that it is a savior for both of them.
“There is only one Dennis Rodman,” said Nathan Kahani, director of Lionsgate’s film group, every deadline. “In 1998, no one on earth would be more interesting — or perhaps more dangerous — partying with them. However, this is not even half of him.
“This movie will take you on an unforgettable journey with myths, legends, and Dennis, behind everything you think you know.”
Kahane added that Rodman’s “amazing career and life will become a very interesting but completely human and emotional movie.”
Las Vegas 48 hours It will be written by Jordan VanDina and will be produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
The release date has not yet been determined.
This post is written by Nick Jungfer