The timing couldn’t be better for the upcoming release of a faith-based feature film The greatest coach of all time. The film stars Darren Taylor with award-winning actor Dean Cain of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman fame with his starring role in the movie God’s Not Dead. Other stars include RV Brown, Ron Ellis and Super Bowl champions Michael Clayton and Dexter Jackson.
The film’s message aligns with the Supreme Court’s ruling by former high school football coach Joseph Kennedy, who said the Bremerton School District violated his religious freedom by telling him he couldn’t pray so publicly after games. The coach received a ruling in his favor that the district violated his religious freedom.
Taylor said, “The message of the film is clear.”
He added: “It’s never too late for your comeback when you’re dragged down by The greatest coach of all time.”
Taylor, who found success as a singer/songwriter in Nashville before moving to Florida, was featured on national television with his blended family of six children and is a popular songwriter with many of his songs featured in the movie, including the movie’s theme song appropriately titled “The Greatest Coach Ever”.
Taylor said, “We shot the film over three years around Tampa Bay, St Pete, Northside Christian School, Lutz, Weeki Wachee and Land O’ Lakes, where the football scenes were filmed at Sunlake High School.
The film is slated for its red carpet world premiere on Thursday, July 28 at the Tampa Theater. An official release date will be announced soon.
For tickets, go to www.gcoatmovie.com. You can also learn more about Taylor at www.darrentaylormusic.com.