Battle of the Sexes: Directed by Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris. With Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough, Natalie Morales. The true story of the 1973 tennis match between World number one Billie Jean King and ex-champ and serial hustler Bobby Riggs.
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This hilarious 40 minute short written by Murray Miller, stars Andy Samberg and Kit Harington as two famous tennis players who made history when their Wimbledon match lasted seven days. Since the film is made in documentary style format we get fun interviews from the likes of Serena Williams, David Copperfield, and John McEnroe among others.
The historic 1973 tennis match between middle-aged champion Bobby Riggs (Ron Silver) and young feminist Billie Jean King (Holly Hunter). Director: Jane Anderson | Stars: Holly Hunter , Ron Silver , Matt Letscher , Bob Gunton
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Match Point: Directed by Woody Allen. With Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Alexander Armstrong, Paul Kaye, Matthew Goode. At a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for an actress who happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law.
The story is based upon the real match between King and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell). Bigger picture however it’s about female tennis players like King fighting for equal pay to their male counterparts. The movie also deals with a number of other issues from King’s sexuality to putting together a women’s tennis circuit and more.
7 Days in Hell, for those unaware, is a 45-minute documentary-style TV movie that parodies the absurdities of tennis and the conventions of broadcast sports coverage. A teaser trailer for the program has been online for a while, offering a sneak peek at the (fictional) longest tennis game in recorded history, complete with over-the-top characters and celebrity cameos.
Just put the match on a DVD, add a bit of commentary, and call it a tennis movie. 4. The Match: Isner vs. Mahut, 2010 Wimbledon First Round. Wait, that would be about nine hours too long. 5.
Tennis champions Aaron Williams (Andy Samberg) and Charles Poole (Kit Harington) are locked in an epic tennis match that stretches on for seven days.#HBOSubs...
As King herself said in the New York Post, "It’s not just a tennis film. The movie is about what the match was about: social change, what was going on, [and] where I wanted tennis to go."