Brother Chad Sanders (Spring 2008) Partners With Chris Spencer To Script Sports Drama 'One And Done'
Alpha Rho Brother Chad Sanders and Chris Spencer are set to write the Universal Pictures-Will Packer Productions sports drama "One and Done." "One and Done" will center around one of the nation’s top high school athletes and his unprecedented decision to attend a Historically Black College/University (HBCU).
Pictured above: Co-writer Chris Spencer, legendary actor Morgan Freeman, and Brother Sanders.
“This is a timely story about a young man’s journey of discovery at an HBCU and his fight against the NCAA system,” said Packer about "One and Done" which he’ll produce with James Lopez. Universal EVP of Production Matt Reilly and Creative Executive Tony Ducret will oversee on behalf of the studio.
Chad Sanders is repped by Oronde Garrett and Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano. Spencer is repped by Parallel Entertainment and Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano.
Will Packer’s movies have grossed more than $1 billion with ten pictures that have opened at No. 1, including "Girls Trip" and "Night School," which were the top grossing comedies of 2018 and 2017. Before theaters closed down earlier this year, Packer had the Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield romance "The Photograph" earlier this year, and he’s currently the EP on the Quibi series "Blackballed."
About Chad Sanders:
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Brother Sanders is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer at Archer Genius Management. Archer offers strategy and business development consulting from partners with executive experience at world leading companies (ie. Google, McKinsey & Co., LinkedIn, Cisco, WeWork) to clients across several industries.
Pictured above: Brother Sanders alongside his fellow screen writing Line Brother Leon Chitman (Xenogenic 19 -- Spring 2008) at the 2018 NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, California.
His writing portfolio includes the FreeForm Network's scripted series "Grown-ish," the novel "Black Magic," film "The Archer Connection," and a June 7, 2020 front Op-ed page in the New York Times entitled "I Don't Need Love Tweets From My White Friends ... I Need Them To Fight Anti-Blackness."
Pictured above: Members of the Alpha Rho Chapter Spring 2008 pledge line Xenogenic 19 during a 2017 Morehouse College homecoming gathering.