Brady and the Patriots’ Super Bowl comeback to be documented in upcoming book and film

Greg M. Cooper | USA TODAY Sports

New England Patriots fans are going to have a chance to relive the team’s epic comeback in Super Bowl LI all over again.

That’s right, Tom Brady’s career and the most recent championship will be chronicled in a new book and film titled, 12.

The book is set to be published next year by Little, Brown and Company and will be authored by Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge. Sherman is a New York Times bestselling author who co-wrote The Finest Hours. Wedge co-authored the national bestseller Boston Strong about the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings.

The movie does not have a release date yet. However, Oscar-nominated screenwriters Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson are scheduled to write it. The two of them adapted Boston Strong into the film Patriots Day that was released last year.

Both the book and the film will give audiences an inside look at the organization - starting with the Deflategate controversy in 2014 to Brady’s suspension to New England’s Super Bowl comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons.

Fans will get to go behind the scenes and experience all the drama on the field and off, from the games to the locker rooms and more.

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