Amazon Studios’ biographical drama Being The Ricardos is soon to premiere on the streaming platform, here we are going to talk about the Story, Star Cast, Trailer, Music, Story, & More.
Being the Ricardos is based on the 1951 sitcom genre show I Love Lucy stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Written and directed by the Oscar award winner Aaron Sorkin, bankrolled by Todd Black along with Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch. The cinematography is handled by Jeff Cronenweth and the editor is Daniel Pemberton. It is made under the production of Amazon Studios with the collaboration of Escape Artists.
Star Cast of Being The Ricardos
It features Nicole Kidman and Javier Barmen is playing the titular role of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, other actors J.K. Simmons is playing William Frawley, Nina Arianda is in the role of Vivian Vance, Tony Hale as Jess Oppenheimer, Alia Shawkat is playing Madelyn Pugh, Linda Lavin plays as Older Madelyn Pugh, Jake Lacy in the role of Bob Caroll Jr., Clark Gregg is playing Howard Wenke, & Nelson Franklin, John Rubinstein, Robert Pine, Christopher Denham are among other star casts.
Production & Release Date
The filming began in March 2021 and from September the post-production of the film was commenced. It will be released in limited theatres from 10 Dec 2021 in the United States (U.S) and then for the global audience, it will release digitally on 21 Dec 2021 on the giant streaming platform on Amazon Prime Video.
Being the Ricardos Trailer
The Trailer of Being The Ricardos was released on the distributor’s official YouTube channel Amazon Prime Video on 10 Nov with the caption “A story Behind One OF The Most Influential Shows Of All Time.”Lucille and Arnaz face the political smear and personal accusations that could end their marriage and their careers.
Talking about the music and dance numbers director Sorkin said in an interview that, ” There are Four Musical Numbers in the Film, and That’s something I had never Done Before, but We Had a Great Musical Director and Choreographer” He further added that It’s not La La Land, It’s Rehearsals for Too Many Girls.” Daniel Pemberton has given the music in Being The Ricardos.