Today, an agreement was announced between AFC Wimbledon and the movie studio Fox 2000 for a movie telling the story of AFC Wimbledon's creation and their rise through the nonleague ranks and into England's Football League. Wimbledon, which was founded only 14 years ago, won promotion to the third tier of English soccer on Monday. A.F.C. Wimbledon FC were given permission by the Football Association to move 50 miles away to Milton Keynes in 2002, and became MK Dons. The project is in its early development phase, the studio will shortly be appointing a writing team to start telling the story. John Green said: "I am so, so, excited to be part of the team working on the AFC Wimbledon movie. Fox 2000 is developing a British soccer movie with “The Fault in Our Stars” author John Green, Rosianna Halse Rojas and Temple Hill Entertainment.. Richard Cordiner, who penned the Black List script 'The Shark Is Not Working,' will write the script for the story about the creation of the English soccer club. By 2011, just nine years after forming, AFC Wimbledon had worked their way back to the fifth tier of English football, just one promotion away from the Football League. The movie marks Green's first producing project. Wimbledon Football Club was an English football club formed in Wimbledon, south-west London, in 1889 and based at Plough Lane from 1912 to 1991. Dons fan John Green, 42, who wrote best … 2015 AFC Wimbledon vs Liverpool FC 2015 FA Cup 32nd-Final (TV Special) Themselves 1999 English Premier League 1999/2000 (TV Series) Themselves (2000) Hide Show Archive footage (2 credits) The movie will be produced by our friend and backer John Green, Rosianna Halse Rojas, and Temple Hill Entertainment. The untitled Fox 2000 project about the creation of the famous English soccer club AFC Wimbledon has landed a writer. Suddenly, there is not one, but two potential Hollywood movies … The story centers on the AFC Wimbledon… AFC WIMBLEDON have been given the Green light to move back to Plough Lane — by a world-renowned author. John Green’s AFC Wimbledon movie lands its writer By Karen Rought Fault in Our Stars author John Green ‘s love of AFC Wimbledon has culminated in a film project, and the movie … Greetings, fellow soccer nerds. Founded as Wimbledon Old Centrals, the club were a non-League team for most of their history.