Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Documentary Film Premieres This Month | 22 Words

Tony Hawk is the man, the myth, and the skateboard legend. The now 51-year-old retired skateboarder resides in Encinitas, CA with his family, where he travels, skates for leisure and speaks at different events. And fans of the star can now rejoice - as his skating documentary is set to premiere this month.

Here he is!

Take a long look, my friends. This is Mr. Tony Hawk, the coolest skateboarder ever.

Fancy a better look?

Maybe you recognize him more with a helmet strapped on and a skateboard magically attached to his feet.

Tony in motion.

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Here he is flying through the air, mastering an insane gravity-defying trick.

Skater, entrepreneur, dad and overall Twitter savage.

"Pro skater, husband, dad, videogame character, CEO, kid chauffeur, global citizen, food glutton and public skatepark defender. Old AF & proud" says Hawks' Twitter bio.

A young legend.

Did you know Tony became a professional skateboarder at age 14? He was destined for greatness.

Baby Hawk.

Who knew this little man would grow up to be one of the biggest names in skateboarding history? And, also have the best sense of humor?

He's a total legend.

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And after conquering the sports world, it seems he has his sights set elsewhere.

Because Hawk's next venture?

He has his sights set on the world of filmmaking!

We all remember Pro Skater, right?

The iconic game was basically the pinnacle of skate culture.

And now there's been more exciting news.

He's making a movie based on the making of the game!

The movie has been in the works for a long time.

Hawk started production on the movie back in 2016.

But it's finally ready to be seen.

It set to premiere at the Mammoth Film Festival and then be released to the public.

Curious about the title?

Well, it obviously comes from the iconic "Superman" tune by Goldfinger - a song any game player will remember.

It's produced by D'Amato Productions.

The company is run by Neversoft producer Ralph D'Amato.

And he seems to be the perfect choice for the role.

Because D'Amato also produced every single one of the games in the series.

Swedish filmmaker Ludvig Gur has also worked on the movie.

It's based around not just the making of the game, but the entire growth of skating culture.

It features a ton of famous skating faces.

Including Chad Muska, Steve Caballero, and Eric Koston.

It's set to premiere on Saturday.

And many of these skaters will be in attendance - including Hawk himself.

But there is some bad news.

The premier will take place in Los Angeles - so for the rest of the country, attending is probably a pipe dream.

Here's the trailer.

Hey, if you can't attend the star-studded premiere, then at least the movie will be released by the weekend! One skate star who probably won't be in attendance? Bam Margera. Scroll on for everything that's going on with him...