Disney is developing a feature film based on former Oregon Ducks wide receiver Keanon Lowe, the company announced during an investors meeting Thursday.
The film will premiere on Disney Plus.
No plot details were announced.
Lowe spent four seasons at Oregon, where he had 68 catches for 891 yards and 11 touchdowns.
After leaving Oregon, Lowe spent time in the NFL coaching under Chip Kelly before transitioning to the high school game.
Most recently, Lowe was responsible for turning the Parkrose football program around. Lowe went 12-8 over two seasons at Parkrose, leading the Broncos to their first winning season in 23 years, as well as the first playoff victory in school history.
However, Lowe will always be remembered for what he did inside the hallways of the school in May 2019.
It was on that day that Lowe made national news when he tackled and stopped a gunman inside the school, preventing a school shooting.
Lowe currently acts as an offensive analyst for Chip Kelly on UCLA's staff.