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Nicole Kidman Explores the Serious Side of Lucille Ball in Being Ricardo Trailer

Life Doesn’t Imitate Art in Amazon Studios Official Trailer“Being Ricardo”.

Instead of exuding the carefree atmosphere of stomping grapes and eating candy from a conveyor belt that Lucille Ball made As a star, the location for Aaron Sorkin’s feature film about his beloved comedian has a much darker connotation – starting with the slow-motion and dramatic version of the theme song “I Love Lucy,” which plays in the preview.

The trailer focuses on the family issues between Ball (Nicole Kidman) and her then husband Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) as they spend a week filming an episode of their favorite 1950s sitcom in which they played the television couple Lucy and Ricky Ricardo. The clip also mentions Ball’s 1953 FBI investigation, which took place at the height of the communist witch-hunt by Senator Joseph McCarthy. Ball admitted to the House Committee on Anti-American Activities that she had previously registered as a member of the Communist Party in 1936 to appease her then-ailing grandfather, but said she was never an active member of the party, according to the Washington Post.

It’s hard to say if anyone will actually see Ball in the role – and not just Kidman playing Ball – but the star of Nine Perfect Strangers seems to remove the comedian’s emphasis.

Being Ricardo receives an award-winning release. It will be released on December 10, followed by a Prime Video release on December 21.

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