"The Battle of the Sexes" trailer introduces Stone as decorated champion Billie Jean King and Carell as chauvinist has-been Bobby Riggs.
The movie will be about the events surrounding the infamous 1973 tennis match between King and Riggs, which was dubbed the Battle of the Sexes after Riggs publicly taunted female tennis players incessantly until King finally accepted his challenge to a match. "Don't get me wrong, I love women in the bedroom and in the kitchen", says Carell as Riggs, to which Stone's King retorts, "The more nonsense you spout, the worse it's gonna be when you lose". "This whole thing is an act for him". So he pushed his gender-wars schtick to new heights by challenging Billie Jean King (Stone) later that year. As a result, she's the spitting image of IRL King.
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Okay, I'm definitely pumped for this movie!
Directed by Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton (Little Miss Sunshine), the film also stars Andrea Riseborough, Bill Pullman, Alan Cumming, Elisabeth Shue, Natalie Morales, and Fred Armisen, among others. Now the first trailer has arrived, showcasing a playful and poignant drama that is about much more than a tennis match.
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Today, Fox Searchlight Pictures has released this first trailer for the upcoming film BATTLE OF THE SEXES. In a nutshell, Battle of the Sexes shines the spotlight on something much greater than just a tennis match, but rather issues our society, sadly, still struggles with today almost 44 years later.
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