WWE will be producing a family-friendly movie which is destined for Netflix sometime in 2020. Kofi Kingston, the Miz, and Sheamus are all expected to be apart of the film. According to a report from the Wrap, production on the film is set to begin next week in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The film follows the adventure of an 11-year old wrestling fan who deals with bullying. Upon discovering a magical mask, the boy enters a competition to become a WWE Superstar.

Actors Seth Carr, Tichina Arnold, Ken Marino, and Adam Pally will all be featured in the film.

Netflix sent out a press release today with further details regarding the film.

“The Main Event joins a growing slate of live action movies featuring kids and teens and made for families, which includes the upcoming comedy Tall Girl, A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting, and Hello, Universe, based on Erin Entrada Kelly’s Newbery Award-winning, New York Times bestselling novel,” the Netflix press release reads.

The film will feature director Jay Karas. He has also worked on Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife, Break Point, and Parks & Recreation.

“WWE Studios is WWE’s multi-platform content division that develops and produces scripted and non-scripted series, documentaries and feature films. Recent projects include Andre the Giant, the Emmy-nominated documentary in partnership with HBO, as well as hit shows Total Divas and Total Bellas on E! and Miz & Mrs. on USA. WWE Studios also recently produced the feature film Fighting with My Family in association with MGM and Seven Bucks Productions,” the press release continues.