First Trailer for Soccer Charmer 'Playing for Keeps' with Gerard Butler
"Let's get these wankers!" Film District has debuted the trailer for Playing for Keeps, a movie formerly called Playing the Field, starring Gerard Butler as a hot soccer player-turned-kids' team coach who gets a little mixed up with the moms trying to find the right one. It's more of a romantic charmer and fun Gerard Butler drool fest, but there are a few ladies in it, too. Jessica Biel co-stars in a pivotal role, plus there's Uma Thurman, Judy Greer and Catherine Zeta-Jones, too. Oh and Dennis Quaid is in it. This looks a bit like your typical Hollywood December charmer, but give it a shot if you're a Gerard Butler fan. Enjoy!
Here's the first trailer for Gabriele Muccino's Playing for Keeps, originally from Yahoo:
A former professional athlete with a weak past tries to redeem himself by coaching his son's soccer team, only to find himself unable to resist when in scoring position with his players' restless & gorgeous moms.
Playing for Keeps, originally known as Playing the Field, is directed by Italian filmmaker Gabriele Muccino, of the films The Last Kiss, The Pursuit of Happyness, Seven Pounds and Kiss Me Again previously. The screenplay was written by Robbie Fox (Shooting Elizabeth, So I Married an Axe Murderer). Film District / Millennium Films is releasing Playing for Keeps in theaters everywhere on December 7th later this year.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
Yeah, this looks like a pretty generic, cheesy tear-jerker. Unfortunately, I am absolutely unable to resist Butler's boyish charm, especially when he uses his natural accent. /swoon
SuicidalOptimist on Aug 7, 2012
Throw in Biel and we're good to go!
bat0u on Aug 7, 2012
I love this trailer. I m sure that wil be a succest.
Georgina Elizabeth Inzunza Bus on Aug 8, 2012
I actually want to see this even though its by the book - pulls at some heartstrings!
dom on Aug 8, 2012
Nielsen700 on Aug 8, 2012
'Mon the Celts!! That was easily the best part of the trailer!
CB22 on Aug 9, 2012
Panda on Aug 9, 2012
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