Exclusive The Long Game Clip from the Historical Sports Drama

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Written By Sedoso Feb

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive The Long Game clip from the upcoming historical sports drama, which features Cheech Marin and Dennis Quaid. The film is set to release in theaters nationwide on Friday, April 12, 2024.

“In 1956, JB Peña and his wife moved to the small town of Del Rio, TX, partly for a job as a school superintendent, but mostly to fulfill JB’s dream of joining the prestigious, all-white Del Rio Country Club,” reads the film’s synopsis. “So when JB is rejected on the basis of his skin color, he is devastated. But his world soon collides with a group of young latino golf caddies who work at the country club, and JB is inspired by the handmade course the boys built in the country to teach themselves golf. With little experience and even fewer resources, JB convinces the boys to start their own high school golf team, starting them all on a journey where they learn that it takes more than just golf skills to make history. Based on Mustang Miracle by Humberto G. Garcia.”

You can watch the exclusive The Long Game clip below (watch more trailers):

Who directed The Long Game?

The Long Game was written and directed by Julio Quintana as well as written by Jennifer C. Stetson and Paco Farias. It stars Jay Hernandez, Dennis Quaid, Cheech Marin, Julian Works, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Brett Cullen, Oscar Nunez, Richard Robichaux, and Paulina Chavez. The film was produced by Javier Chapa, Ben Howard, Dennis Quaid, Laura Quaid, and Marla Quintana.

It was executive produced by Canelo Álvarez, Jay Hernandez, Phillip Braun, Jason Michael Gerber, Sherrese Clarke Soares, Alexis Garcia, Humberto G. Garcia, Christian Sosa, John Williams, Veronica B. Jones, Jennifer Kuczaj, Simon Wise, Colleen Barshop, Vincent Cordero, Carlos Osorio, Juan Pablo Solano Vergara, Simón Beltrán Echeverri, Brian Eddy, Jeff Grossberg, Jack Shemtov, Ricky Joshi, Jeff Moseley, Julio M. Quintana, Jennifer Kuczaj, Michael E. Hollingsworth, Matthew Dwyer, David E. Campbell, Tim Mahler, Carter Pope, and Jesse Mandujano.

You can also check out the clip on YouTube below:


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