Marcelo Zarvos (Fences, The Affair, Wonder, Ray Donovan, The Good Shepherd, Enough Said, The Loudest Voice) has recently scored the new HBO Sports documentary The Day Sports Stood Still. The film is directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) and tells the story of the unprecedented sports shutdown in March of 2020 and the remarkable turn of events that followed. The movie chronicles the abrupt stoppage, athletes’ prominent role in the cultural reckoning on racial injustices that escalated during the pandemic, and the complex return to competition in the summer and fall. Fuqua is also producing the Imagine Documentaries and Fuqua Films production with Brian Grazer (A Beautiful Mind, Friday Night Lights) and Justin Wilkes (Mars, What Happened, Miss Simone?). Zarvos has previously collaborated with the director on the narrative feature Brooklyn’s Finest, the HBO documentary What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali and the Quibi series #freerayshawn. The Day Sports Stood Still will premiere on March 24 on HBO and will also be available the following day on HBO Max.