Over the years, it seems that everyone has been pulling for Tim Tebow. From his athletics all the way to finding a woman.
Tebow is known for his strong Christian faith and for his impressive athletic abilities. The former professional football quarterback won the Heisman Trophy in 2007 before stepping aside to play professional baseball. He is currently playing for the New York Mets as an outfielder.
Rumors began to fly when a photo was released last month of the former football player and Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters standing next to each other accompanied by Tebow's sister, Katie, and their brother, Robby.
"Fun hanging on the set of the heisman shoot!" Katie captioned.
The new couple has been secretly dating since July, according to Fox News. Tebow officially confirmed the couple's status in an interview with Pedro Gomez on ESPN.
"She is a really special girl and I am very lucky and blessed for her coming into my life," Tebow said.
"I am usually very private with these things but I am very thankful," he said.
Tebow's days just keep getting better after another life-changing accomplishment. He can now add "filmmaker" to his resume, according to "LifeNews."
You heard that right, Tebow and Robby are executive producers of their new film, "Run The Race." The drama is about a fictional story of two high school athlete brothers who travel down different paths in hopes to escape their troubled lives.
"'Run The Race' is about so much more than football. This is a story about overcoming the hard issues of life, about the power of sacrifice, the power of family, and the power of forgiveness,” Tebow said.
“I love being a part of a project like this because it will impact lives, inspire hope, and even prompt action. When I read the script, I knew this was an important project to get behind," he continued.
“The script pulled me in right away, and I wanted to bring it to life cinematically,” Robby said.
“As somebody with brothers in a big, super-close family that has gone through a lot together, it resonated with me on a deep level," Robby continued.
Mykelti Williamson ("Fences," "Forest Gump") as the boys’ coach; Frances Fisher ("Titanic," "Unforgiven") as their surrogate mother; Tanner Stine ("NCIS," "HBO’s Here & Now") as Zach; and Evan Hofer ("Kickin’ It") as David.
“'Run The Race' is about two young brothers facing unbelievable odds with an unbreakable bond,” said creator Jake McEntire, who co-wrote the script. “I believe audiences will resonate with this uplifting story of faith, sacrifice, and hope.”
The release date for the movie has not been announced yet. Stay tuned!
What do you think about the latest announcement? Will you see the movie?