'Entourage' Creator Doug Ellin to Rewrite Warner Bros. Comedy 'Grudge Match' (Exclusive)
feedproxy.google.com The story, which could be described as Grumpy Old Men with pugilists, follows two boxers who, fifty years after their last fight, are coaxed out of retirement for one final match.
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Grudge Match Synopsis and Credits

Warner Bros. Pictures' Grudge Match stars award-winning movie legends Oscar® winner Robert De Niro (Raging Bull, Silver Linings Playbook) and Oscar® nominee Sylvester Stallone (the Rocky films, The Expendables) as old boxing rivals who come out of retirement for one final match. Peter Segal (Get Smart) directs the comedy. In Grudge Match, De Niro and Stallone play Billy "The Kid” McDonnen and Henry “Razor” Sharp, two local Pittsburgh fighters whose fierce rivalry put them in the national spotlight. Each had scored a victory against the other during their heyday, but in 1983, on the eve oftheir decisive third match, Razor suddenly announced his retirement, refusing to explain why but effectively delivering a knock-out punch to both their careers. Thirty years later, boxing promoter Dante Slate Jr., seeing big dollar signs, makes them an offer they can't refuse: to re-enter the ring and settle the score once and for all. But they may not have to wait that long: on their first encounter in decades, their long-festering feud erupts into an unintentionally hilarious melee that instantly goes viral. The sudden social media frenzy transforms their local grudge match into a must-see HBO event. Now, if they can just survive the training, they may actually live to fight again.

"Grudge Match" stars Alan Arkin, Kevin Hart, Kim Basinger, Robert De Niro, and Sylvester Stallone.

Directed by Pete Segel.
Written by Doug Ellin.
Produced by Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson.
Production company/distributor: Warner Bros..

Release Date: December 25, 2013

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