Hollywood Screenplay Revolves Around Barron Trump Sabotaging His Dad’s Presidential Run

United Talent Agency is reportedly representing a screenplay by Los Angeles based screenwriter Nicolas Curcio about Barron Trump sabotaging his father’s Presidential run.

The screenplay recently made a top 250 list of un-produced scripts.

Barron’s mother, Melania Trump recently called for Barron’s privacy, tweeting:

A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics. Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously biased public pandering, and using a child to do it.

Variety reports Barron Trump could be coming to the big screen soon, in a wild scripted ride that imagines President Donald Trump’s 10-year-old son attempting to thwart his presidential ambitions.

“Barron: A Tale of Love, Loss & Legacy” by screenwriter Nicolas Curcio has rated on the annual Black List, a ranking of Hollywood’s best unproduced scripts, which is conducted by surveying 250 top film executives.

Curcio’s screenplay imagines a younger Barron, “fearing the devastating impact that his father’s presidency would have on his personal life, his country and the world at large.” In light of this fictional dilemma, Barron “sets out to sabotage his father’s 2016 campaign.”

UTA reps Curcio, a team consisting of Charles Ferraro, Riley Folsom, Jordan Lonner and Bill Zotti, along with his manager Jeff Portnoy of Bellevue Productions.

The project does not currently have producers or financiers attached.