In anticipation for the documentary film More Than A Game, the stakes may have risen to a boiling point as a dream collaboration may be in the works for the soundtrack.
There have been rumors circulating that a song featuring Wayne, Drake, Kanye West and Eminem is in the process and will be featured for the film. Reports have even taken it as far as stating that the track will be available Friday on iTunes.
For Louisiana bred Lil Wayne, the self proclaimed rapper eater has stated that one of his musical dreams came in the form of actually working alongside the Detroit rapper and even issued a challenge to bring Eminem out of hiding to do a track with him.
The actual film, being disturbed by Lionsgate, surrounds the upbringing of basketball player Lebron James, who was almost responsible for leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to an NBA Championship as they made short work of other teams during the playoffs, but ultimately lost their touch against the Orlando Magic when they were sent home.
Along with James, the documentary also follows Dru Jaoyce, Slan Cotton, Willie Mcgee and Romeo Travis as they were all five talented basketball players from Akron, Ohio that were able to topple obstacles as they pursued greatness as teammates at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School.
One-on-one interviews will be featured as well as rare footage, never-before-seen home videos and personal family stories that will be able to bring the story of these five young players to life.
A music video to the song “Stronger” by Mary J. Blige was recently released which contained footage from the upcoming movie which should indicate that it will be the overall theme song for the film.
The documentary premiered last September at the Toronto International Film Festival and should be hitting theaters on October 2. James will serve as executive producer.
Check out the “Stronger” video here.