A documentary about Eddie Corridor, the strongman and “Expendables 4” actor, has been acquired for worldwide theatrical launch and streaming by sports activities media firm Era Iron.
“Taming The Beast – The Vacancy Inside” is a feature-length doc from Switzerland-based Jeridoo Universe about British strongman Corridor.
“The movie follows Corridor, the world’s strongest man, as he learns how one can embrace his psychological well being challenges by confronting his internal demons and coping with his greatest failure up to now, which in the end adjustments his life,” reads the logline. “The movie explores Corridor’s struggles with despair and psychological well being and brings to gentle how well-known athletes and celebrities battle with these challenges.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone make cameos within the documentary as they provide Corridor each mentorship and friendship. Actor Gabriel Luna (“The Final of Us”) and boxer Katie Luna additionally seem within the movie.
Corridor, who set a world file useless carry in 2016, lifting 500 kg (1,100 lb), is a retired strongman and 2017 winner of the World’s Strongest Man competitors. In addition to the “Expendables” franchise he’s set to look in “Winter’s Inferno” and “Romeo.” He additionally hosts YouTube channel Eddie Corridor The Beast, which boasts virtually 3 million subscribers.
Chris Michael Fretwell and Josias Tschanz directed the doc with assist from second unit director Matt Bell (“Terminator 6”). Ali Faharani is director of pictures whereas Mike Jackson is lead editor.
The movie was govt produced by Guido Baechler alongside Era Iron’s co-founders Edwin Mejia Jr. and Vlad Yudin.
“Our objective with this essential documentary is to shine the highlight on how our psychological well being dramatically influences our bodily well being,” stated Mejia. “Eddie Corridor’s story is one in every of perseverance and hope, and our want is to assist people who find themselves scuffling with psychological well being points, providing some steerage on how one can climate life’s storms.”
Yudin added: “This essential documentary, set to premiere early subsequent 12 months, was a very long time within the making, going through the challenges of filming throughout the pandemic. We’re very completely happy to convey Eddie’s story to audiences worldwide.”
New York-based Era Iron are a digital media and publishing firm specializing in health, power sports activities and MMA/boxing amongst different matters. Their distribution and manufacturing companion is Yudin’s The Vladar Firm, which particularly focuses on area of interest sports activities style content material.