Published Mar 15, 2016In 2014, Bennett Miller impressed critics and audiences alike with his chilling true crime story Foxcatcher. The story was so compelling that it'll be easy to revisit it with a new documentary set for release on Netflix next month.
Called Team Foxcatcher, the film uses archival footage to tell the story of the cocaine-addicted millionaire John du Pont and the strange, private wrestling school he opened on his private compound.
The film features plenty of never-before-seen footage, some of which can be found in the below trailer. If nothing else, it goes to show just how visually accurate Bennett Miller's film was.
In a press release, wrestler David Schultz's widow Nancy said, "I'm proud to be a part of this film that was six years in the making to honor the incredible legacy of David. With his ties to the wrestling community, we felt Jon Greenhalgh was the perfect filmmaker to tell this story and pay homage to the kind of man and athlete David was."
Watch the trailer for Team Foxcatcher below. The film will open at the Tribeca Film Festival before hitting Netflix on April 29.