Wisconsin filmmaker looking to make"modern day Animal House" near Lambeau

A Wisconsin native is trying to make a film that he calls a real-life, modern day version of \"Animal House.\"

In 2004, two guys bought a house in Green Bay, right next to Lambeau Field in order to party and tailgate before and after games.

Filmmaker Ryan Churchill wrote a romantic comedy based off that house. The premise: his friend has to choose between living in the house called \"The Sixty Yard Line\" or keep his girlfriend.

\"I want to make this movie for you guys and I want to make it for everybody. It isn't just for people in Wisconsin, this isn't just for Packers fans. If you're a sports fan or have ever been in a relationship, this movie is for you,\" Churchill said.

A few Packers players will be making cameos in the film, including John Kuhn and former offensive tackle Mark Tauscher.

The movie isn't a go just yet, they're raising money to make it.

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