Pinball: Rescue the Game Trailer Stars Mike Feist and Crystal Reed
Watch the first trailer for Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game, based on a true story starring Mike Faist and Crystal Reed.
Screen Rant is pleased to share the trailer for Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game, which opens in theaters on March 17, distributed by Vertical. Based on a remarkable true story, Pinball stars West Side Story fan favorite Mike Faist (also a BAFTA and Tony nominee) and Teen Wolf heroine Crystal Reed. Filmmaking duo Meredith and Austin Bragg wrote and directed the film, their feature-length directorial debut.
Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game takes place in 1975 and follows GQ reporter Roger Sharpe (played by Faist), whose passion and talent for pinball helped end New York City's 35-year-long obsession with the beloved arcade game. year ban. Meanwhile, Reed plays Allen, the woman he falls in love with while mastering the art of the pinball machine. Check out the new trailer below:
What We Know About Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game
Trailer for Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game featuring an older Roger recalling the events leading up to his "greatest hit ever". Back in 1975, as a recently divorced man, his love of gaming became a bright spot in his life, but when the machine was The police were right in front of him. Suddenly, with Allen by his side as a new partner, getting the game off the hook became a matter of life and death.
While it may seem humorous in retrospect, the pinball bad thing had serious consequences for the players. For someone like Roger who can't find many other joys in life, it can be especially devastating if his favorite hobby is taken away. As for Ellen, it will be interesting to see how Braggs' script addresses the realities of being a single mother in the '70s.
Before Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game, Vertical kicked off the year with the Ashley Benson-led thriller Lonely Night. They also released the romantic comedies Maybe I Do and Blood in January, as well as the popular comedy Who Invited Charlie? also arrived earlier this month.
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