Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao sees life on big screen in documentary ''Manny''. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Manny "Pac Man" Pacquiao was in his element in Hollywood on Tuesday night (January 20), attending the athlete-studded red carpet premiere for the documentary "Manny", that purports to tell the story of his march from abject poverty to global fame as one of the preeminent boxers of the 21st century. "Manny" opens in select theaters and VOD on Friday, January 23. The 36-year-old Filipino pugilist took to the red carpet to talk about the documentary and his possible upcoming match with Floyd Meayweather, Jr. Pacquiao arrived at the Chinese Theater with an entourage comprised of his wife Jinkee, other family members, and his regular boxing crew. Supporters like American boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and UFC fighter Chuck Liddell spoke about their admiration for Pacquiao. The documentary narrated by Liam Neeson and co-directed by Oscar-winner Leon Gast and Ryan Moore, tells the story of the Filipino boxing sensation and how he fought against the odds to become one of the most respected athletes of all times and a politician who works tirelessly to help people in his home country.