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It looks like you're never too old to get back in the ring.

The Hollywood Reporter brings news that Warner Bros. has picked up screenwriter Tim Kelleher's pitch, 'Grudge Match.' The boxing drama will be produced by Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson ('Ghost Rider,' pictured).

'Grudge Match' tells the story of Billy 'The Kid' McGuignan and Henry 'Razor' Sharp, two lifelong bitter rivals who come out of retirement for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last fight. It looks like you're never too old to get back in the ring.

The Hollywood Reporter brings news that Warner Bros. has picked up screenwriter Tim Kelleher's pitch, 'Grudge Match.' The boxing drama will be produced by Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson ('Ghost Rider,' pictured).

'Grudge Match' tells the story of Billy 'The Kid' McGuignan and Henry 'Razor' Sharp, two lifelong bitter rivals who come out of retirement for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last fight.

Warner Bros. is hoping to capture the same spirit and tone as Clint Eastwood's 2000 astronaut drama, 'Space Cowboys.'

Tim Kelleher is a veteran TV writer whose credits include 'In Living Color' and 'The Arsenio Hall Show.' 'Grudge Match' is his second feature script, following 1996's 'First Kid,' which starred Sinbad.