Marsai Martin is bringing her brand of comedy to a new Paramount+ film this November titled, Fantasy Football. The actress stars and produces the new film, which also stars Omari Hardwick and Kelly Rowland. The Fantasy Football movie premieres on November 25th, the day after Thanksgiving.
Martin stars as Callie, the daughter of a struggling Atlanta Falcon running back named Bobby (Hardwick). After a freak accident gives her power to control her dad on the field while playing Madden NFL 23, she helps take him from a dud to stud on the field.
Watch the Fantasy Football movie trailer below:
Fantasy Football movie synopsis
In this hilarious and heartwarming father-daughter sports fantasy, everything changes when Callie A. Coleman (Marsai Martin) discovers she can magically control her father, Bobby’s (Omari Hardwick) performance on the football field. When Callie plays as her dad, a running back for the Atlanta Falcons, in EA SPORTS™’ “Madden NFL 23,” Bobby is transformed from a fumblitis-plagued journeyman to a star running back bound for superstardom alongside his daughter and wife Keisha (Kelly Rowland). With the NFL Playoffs looming and the pressures of Callie’s new commitment to her friends on the robotics team mounting, the two must forge ahead to keep the magic a secret as they juggle the highs and lows of their newfound success, all as they rediscover what it really means to be a family.
Omari Hardwick previously shared images from the film on his social media. Check out a closer look at the cast here:
Photo Credit: FANTASY FOOTBALL –Marsai Martin as Callie and Omari Hardwick as Bobby in Fantasy Football streaming on Paramount+. Photo: Boris Martin/Nickelodeon/Paramount+© 2022 Paramount Global. All Rights Reserved.
Readers Might Also Like:
‘The Game‘ Reboot Season 2 Premiere Date Revealed By Paramount+
[VIDEO] Rubi Rose Pole Dancing With Cheeks Out On A Train Goes Viral
A Viral NLE Choppa Manhood Print Forces Him To Clarify His Sexuality
Yung Joc Accidentally Sends $1800 Through Zelle To Wrong Person, Then Asks For It Back