The 41-year-old reportedly has "big plans," an insider claimed, and is "waiting for the right time to announce them."
The film will examine Neumann’s relationship with Masayoshi Son, the CEO of the Japanese holding company Softbank, which recently took over the struggling company.
Neumann will not be visiting WeWork’s offices there, the Calcalist reported, citing an unnamed source that the Israeli business news website said is “familiar with the matter.”
Like many successful entrepreneurs, WeWork founder Adam Neumann failed a few times, identified a real need, built an innovative product and succeeded in creating a real business.
Leaving WeWork “is a happy end, because Adam is happy with his wife and five children."
SoftBank Group agreed to spend more than $10 billion to take over WeWork, doubling down on an ill-fated investment.
The company was valued at the beginning of the year at $47 billion, but that figure has fallen to about $15 billion.