America’s first lacrosse movie, “Crooked Arrows” has started filming.

It happened today in Massachusetts.

For more, be  sure to check out Chris Vaccaro’s report for by clicking here.

The movie, written by Virginia native Todd Baird, tells the story of a Native American high school team’s unlikely ascent to the prep league championship game. Steve Rash (“The Buddy Holly Story,” “Can’t Buy Me Love”) is the director.

Brandon Routh (“Superman Returns”) has been cast as the film’s lead.

For a sizzle reel preview of the movie, check out this story we posted in early July on the movie’s final casting call.

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One Response to “Lacrosse’s first movie, ‘Crooked Arrows,’ starts filming”

  1. upstate says:

    Phew! I was worried that the first lax movie would be about the duke or virgina scandals…although it can be said that American Pie was the first lax movie. Oz was the lax star who dated the choir girl.

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