The film which will be in French with English subtitles is rumored to be a grueling 4 hours long. Rush, who famously saved a goal in an important match, has had very little to do with the process. He told reporters "I've had very little to do with the process."
Rush's off-match antics earned him a huge amount of press attention in the late nineties. He's popularly credited for the now banned post-match tradition of "Swan-rocketing". A game that eventually landed him with a hefty fine from the RSPCA and a lifetime ban from the boating lake in Harlow, Essex.
The disgusting Rush will feature briefly in the film, playing an angry fan who attacks Nick Nolte. Many fear it'll be too close to the bone considering he punched every mirror he walked past for the vast majority of his career in an act he referred to as "grounding".
No title has been announced for the film, perhaps readers of The Footballs would care to hazard a guess.