And by “REAL HEROES” I DO NOT mean they are “Real-Life Superheroes” – a small but very real community of people who fight crime and do good deeds as costumed vigilantes. I’m referring to a film project titled “REAL HEROES,” is a “comedy about a group of lesser known superheroes who go on a reality show to promote their careers” in development by Keith Hartman, director, writer and producer of “You Should Meet My Son,” a “A fish-out-of-water comedy about a conservative Southern mom who discovers that her only son is gay. Determined that he won’t go through life alone, she sets out to find him a husband.”
REAL HEROES is the story of B-string superheroes hoping to hit the big time. The guys you’ve never heard of. The ones who go out every night fighting crime and hoping that someone will notice. The ones who are desperate enough to go on a reality show.
Unfortunately, I didn’t hear about this until literally the day after his Kickstarter campaign ended. I hope he manages to scrape up the rest of cash for the necessary post-production.
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