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From a screwball comedy involving three women who form a friendship after they learn they’re all being two-timed by the same man, to a true story of a sports agent finding the next big baseball pitchers in a foreign land to a glimpse inside the NFL on its most important day, this edition of Trailer Park consists of trailers of movies where our main characters have struggled and won. The Other Woman tells the story of three intelligent, capable women who learn they’re all romantically involved with the same man. What’s the saying, “There’s nothing like a woman scorned?” Kind of like Fatal Attraction times three and without the boiling rabbit but infused with laughs!
Million Dollar Arm is an inspirational true story of a sports agent who finds two baseball pitching phenoms in a foreign land and makes them part of baseball history. Draft Day showcases the goings on in the National Football League on its most critical day. Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton forge a bond when they learn they’re all being strung along by the same guy in The Other Woman. Judging from the trailer, these three women concoct very interesting ways of getting revenge on the man who claimed to love them, but also foul up certain attempts at payback that make for non-stop laughs. In the tradition of The First Wives’ Club, The Other Woman is sure to be a wake-up call to men NOT to cheat and think they won’t get caught. The movie opens in theaters on April 25 of next year.
Million Dollar Arm is an autobiographical sports drama based on the true story of baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel, who were discovered by sports agent J.B. Bernstein after winning a reality show competition in India. Mad Men's Jon Hamm plays Bernstein alongside Adam Arkin, Bill Paxton and Lake Bell. The trailer shows Hamm’s connection to the role and will make moviegoers see the connection the real Bernstein built with the two immigrants, a connection that made their sports wishes come true. The movie opens in theaters on May 16 of next year.
Draft Day has Academy Award nominee Kevin Costner back in his element…in a sports-related motion picture. Remember 1989’s Field of Dreams? Well, here, Costner plays the general manager of the NFL’s Cleveland Browns trying to pick players to form a winning team on the most significant day in every season of the NFL. Co-starring Jennifer Garner, Frank Langella, Terry Crews, Rosanna Arquette, Ellen Burstyn, Sam Elliott, Denis Leary and Chi McBride and directed by Ivan Reitman, moviegoers will get a glimpse into the goings-on, the pressures, highs and lows of the most vital day in the League. The trailer conveys Costner’s fire in the role as he tries to assemble the best NFL team there has ever been. The movie opens in theaters on April 11 of next year.