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That's the challenge Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are facing with Jackie Robinson biopic "42," touting it as "The true story of an American legend."
The network is scheduled for an Aug. 17 launch and will be available in the 90 million homes reached by its ancestor Speed.
Legendary Pictures is swinging for the fences with relative newcomer Chadwick Boseman, who's in final negotiations to play Jackie Robinson in the biopic "42."