If you were holding your breath waiting for Marshawn Lynch's movie to hit the big screen, you're going to be holding it for a long time because according to Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, the movie is never going to see the light of day.

Hendrickson blames the movie's failure on director Mario Bobino.

"He did a terrible job, and the film will never be released," Hendrickson told Rolling Stone.

If you don't keep up with your Marshawn Lynch movie news, let's get you up to speed: Back in May 2014, Lynch announced that he was going to make a movie about his life, called Family First: The Marshawn Lynch story.

The movie was filmed last summer in Lynch's hometown of Oakland on a budget of about $100,000.

In February, Bobino decided to release a preview of the movie, but there was one problem: Bobino didn't have Lynch's approval, which was an issue because Lynch owns all rights to the film.