Perhaps nobody had a more unlikely rise to stardom in the NFL than Kurt Warner.
The Hall of Fame quarterback was notoriously bagging groceries before getting the opportunity to showcase his talents in the Arena Football League. So when he retired from the NFL, it wasn’t a matter of if, but when, they’d be making a movie about his incredible journey.
This Christmas, Kurt Warner: ‘American Underdog’ is set to take over movie theaters across the country. And on Wednesday, the movie’s newest trailer dropped.
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New trailer for Kurt Warner biopic ‘American Underdog’ starring Zachary Levi as the Super Bowl winning quarterback.
The film releases in theaters Christmas Day. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/yUZDyAbaMz
— MovieRankings.net (@LightsCameraPod) November 17, 2021
Fans are completely amped up about the upcoming Kurt Warner movie.
I didn't know I needed this til now https://t.co/tqhdO7Co1o
— Mike from Buffalo (@shul_shock) November 17, 2021
It’ll be amazing
— jmk (@jkline120) November 17, 2021
OHHHHH MYYYYYY GOOODNESS! I didn't think my excitement for this movie could increase!
THIS IS GONNA BE FANTASTIC!
— TammyH🎤❤Love Yourself. Love One Another❤ (@JoshMom96) November 17, 2021
This gone be dope! I never knew his story was like this https://t.co/NQe3TknvPV
— Que. (@Mr_Haveitall) November 17, 2021
Imagine working at a grocery store then becoming a HOF QB winning a super bowl with the greatest show on turf https://t.co/1jHOStxJV2
— TheHostKidd6 (@Kidd_Finch) November 17, 2021
Kurt Warner has been heavily involved with the production of the film. And has been hyping up the project on social media, as well.
Hopefully the movie lives up to the billing, because Warner’s Cinderella story certainly has earned it.