Matthew McConaughey movie scrapped a month and a half before production

Matthew McConaughey's film about a Dallas football crew has been unexpectedly dropped a month and a half before cameras were because of start rolling.

Dallas Sting depended on the genuine story of a Dallas-based young ladies' soccer group who made a trip to China in 1984 and,

despite everything, crushed a few of the world's top women's teams.

McConaughey was to play mentor Bill Kinder, who drove the group to triumphs over Australia,

Japan and China lastly Italy in the title game. Reporter reports that production organization Sky Dance.

Makers got upsetting charges encompassing parts of the genuine story on which the show was based.

After they explored, they concluded that the claims were significant enough for the movie to be scrapped.

Skydance and creating accomplices Berlanti Schechter Productions are yet to remark on the reports.