"It will hit home and it will tug at your heart strings, that's what I enjoy about this film."
Bill Patrick: NHL Commentator, NBC Sports
May 26, 2013 We are please to announce our listing on the film site: FilmBreak.com.
Please visit and help promote The Head Game by becoming a fan.
May 2, 2013 LaMont Johnson, Producer for The Head Game was interviewed by Brian Freeman of WPTF 680am NC Morning News today at 6:30am. The interview
will run again at 2:10 and 4:45 today on WPTF 680am Radio. Go to WPTF
Website to listen live here: http://www.wptf.com/default.asp
April 14, 2013 Blaise Noto, Veteran Marketing & PR Specialist
Joins The Head Game Production Team
April 9, 2013 Blaise Noto, Veteran Marketing Executive on The Head Game
Blaise Noto, has over 30 of years marketing experience for major Hollywood films. He served as Executive Vice President of Worldwide Publicity at Paramount Pictures. He also served as Executive Vice President of Publicity and Field Operations at Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros. Previous Films include: Titanic, Forest Gump, Bravehart, Spider-Man, Star Trek, Men In Black, Rocky and many more. Here are his comments on The Head Game.
"While set in the exciting world of professional hockey, "The Head Game" is much more than a game of sport. It's fast-paced and wonderful storytelling with vivid characters and relationships that quickly draw you into the action and keep you engaged to the end. You root for them and suffer their tragedies. And you delight in the journey each character makes in rediscovering the strength of the human spirit and the power that comes from love of family and friends."
April 5, 2013 Charlene Amoia Joins the Cast of The Head Game
We are excited to announce that Charlene Amoia joins the production of The Head Game to play a lead role in the film. She is known for: The Mentalist, iCarly, NCIS-LA, Days of Our Lives, Glee, House, How and Meet Your Mother, 90210, Seven Pounds, and American Reunion. Please welcome her to the project by following the film on Facebook.
April 2, 2013
THANK You to our Supporters
The Producers of The Head Game would like to thank everyone who have provided support for the development of The Head Game Movie. We still have a long way to go to get the project to the screen, but your support has helped us raise awareness about the project and endorsements from former NHL players, Commentators and the Medical community. Please continue to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for updates and project announcements.
March 23, 2013
THANK YOU to Chris Therien!
Chris Therien, former NHL defenseman and current color analyst for the Philadelphia Flyers, shared detailed stories about major concussive hits he experienced and how he felt afterwards. He also talks about the stealth of brain injuries (i.e., that the impact may not be felt like a blown knee) and why players should not hesitate to address what could be a life-altering injury. Mr. Therien and his experiences illustrate why we are inspired to make The Head Game movie.
March 21, 2013
New Support from Veteran NHL Player, Chris Therien!
Chris Therien, former NHL defenseman and current color commentator for the Philadelphia Flyers on the radio, is the latest veteran hockey player to support "The Head Game." Stay tuned for clips and excerpts .
March 8, 2013
THANK YOU to Veteran NHL Player and U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee,
Veteran NHL player and U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Jeremy Roenick has provided his support for the upcoming film project, "The Head Game." Mr. Roenick stated to producer LaMont Johnson, "The movie is needed to help further the discussion of sports concussions." Jeremy Roenick was the 1st round draft pick of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1988. He went on to play for the Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks. He played for 21 seasons scoring 513 goals resulting in 1,213 career points, the 3rd highest total among American-born players in the NHL. In 2010, Jeremy was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. In his autobiography, he admits he has suffered as many as 13 reported concussions. Jeremy "J.R." Roenick is often a guest on NBC sports.