Dean Cain Lands Directorial Debut With 'Little Angels'

The Superman of 'Lois and Clark' has reportedly started filming the upcoming family sports comedy movie which will mark his feature film directorial debut.

AceShowbiz - Actor Dean Cain is to direct his first movie, a sports drama "Little Angels" he also wrote.

The "Lois and Clark" star is to make his directorial debut with the family sports comedy movie, in which he will also star.

Helen Mattsson, Carla Jimenez, Torrance Coombs, Juliet Donenfeld, Alex Jayne Go, and Ryan O'Quinn are attached to star alongside the 54-year-old in the film, which is currently being filmed in Los Angeles.

The story revolves around Jake Rogers (Cain), a college football coach at the top of his game who uses a female placekicker as a publicity stunt.

When she misses a field goal, Jake makes a disparaging comment in the media about female athletes and is immediately suspended by the university. In a bid to get his job back, he must coach a soccer team of 12-year-old girls for the rest of the season.

Ryan and Heather O'Quinn are producing the flick for Damascus Road Productions. Mike Ilitch Jr. is involved as an executive producer.

Dean starred as Clark Kent/Superman in the 1990s TV series alongside Teri Hatcher.

Last year, the actor starred in "OBAMAGATE: The Movie" and "Skydog". Meanwhile, his upcoming movie projects include "Break Every Chain", "Trail Blazers", "A Parent's Worst Nightmare", "Faith Under Fire", and "Baby Bulldog".

On TV, he has been hosting "Masters of Illusion" revival since 2014. The show is now entering season 7.

He has also expressed his interest in reprising his role as the Man of Steel in a TV reboot.

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