"The King of Sting" is a real-life con-man story with echoes of "Catch Me If You Can." The project centers on Craig Glazer, a colorful criminal who crisscrossed the U.S. for decades posing as an undercover cop and conducting drug stings, pocketing the money and drugs netted from his illegal operations. Glazer and partner Don Woodbeck were so successful in their faux stings that they were hired by the Kansas attorney general. Their exploits ended abruptly when Woodbeck was killed in an attempt to land a final score. The film is based on the book Glazer wrote about his dramatic life, titled "The King of Sting: The Amazing True Story of a Modern American Outlaw."