Felipe Franco: The Chosen One is the number one documentary on iTunes in Brazil.
Felipe Franco: The Chosen One is now available on all major digital platforms! And it seems like the film is already making a splash in Felipe’s native country of Brazil, placing it as the number one documentary on the iTunes charts. You can watch the film today right here.
This news comes as yet another success for the bodybuilding industry as more content continues to get mainstream recognition and appeal. The film’s debut sits among the ranks of other award winning popular documentaries such as McQueen and RGB among others.
Felipe Franco himself is a massive figure in Brazil, bridging the gap between the niche of bodybuilding and the mainstream public. He’s more than just a fitness athlete, he’s a fitness celebrity who has appeared on hundreds of magazine covers.
Felipe Franco: The Chosen One chronicles the life and times of Felipe Franco, from his humble beginnings through to his massive rise to fame. Felipe had it all and was rising up through the ranks to become the first ever Brazilian Men’s Physique Olympia champion. But then things took a sudden turn for the worse.
After a divorce that rattled Felipe Franco’s world, he spiraled into depression and was unable to focus on his fitness goals. Suddenly, his bodybuilding career went dark. But just like all storms, the darkness eventually passes. Felipe Franco is now wide awake, laser focused, and ready to make a comeback. Felipe Franco: The Chosen One goes behind the scenes as he prepares to compete and qualify for the Mr. Olympia. Can he return back in step with his original skyrocketing success?
Felipe Franco: The Chosen One‘s success comes after previous high ranking films from Generation Iron including Enhanced 2 The Max and last year’s Dorian Yates: The Original Mass Monster. Both films ranked in the top spots on the iTunes charts for documentary, sport films, and independent films.
Felipe Franco: The Chosen One is now available on all major digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon Video, and Google Play. You can watch it today by clicking here or the banner below.