Aaron Sorkin, Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem have created something “fucking amazing” if you ask Lucie Arnaz, daughter of the legendary duo, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Being the ricardos show audiences a week in the lives of Lucy and Desi on the set of their iconic sitcom I love lucy. It was a week of events that almost cost them everything.

This summer, he described the film, explaining: “It takes place mainly during rehearsals for one of the shows. There are some scenes where they are at their house in Chatsworth, before work, after work. There are two or three scenes. short flashbacks of his previous life I love lucyWhen I was working on the radio show, when I was trying to convince the network to hire Dad. But things happen that week that didn’t quite happen the way Aaron wrote them. “

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“He’s taking a theatrical license and sort of cramming a couple of real events that happened, they just didn’t happen at the same time. But you learn a lot about what he was like back then. His dialogue is always amazing. And I think he treated her very well. my mother and father. I think they are an accurate composition of these people. And what I’ve seen of that … I haven’t seen any of the reeds, but I was on set. for only two days. What I saw was extraordinarily elegant and first-class. The people he has chosen are simply great performers. “

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Although Lucie Arnaz is an executive producer of the Nicole Kidman movie, she didn’t have the last word. He fought to have certain scenes removed that he said did not happen. Although he lost the battle, he believes his parents intervened, in their own way. And who knows they would be proud to have their story told.

“Wouldn’t they be so proud? I’m sure they are. I mean, I know they know. And I’m sure they’ve helped all these other things come to fruition. I’m sure of that. The energy still exists, and they are. part of it. I know. And when things don’t go well, I know they are part of that too. I mean, there are certain scenes that I wish there were “I haven’t been in the feature film. I couldn’t get myself and get them out, but they weren’t accurate. And I thought, ‘That shouldn’t be there, because that never happened. That’s not true. ‘

Being the ricardos It was written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. Alongside Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem, the cast also includes JK Simmons and Nina Arianda playing William Frawley and Vivian Vance, respectively, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Jake Lacy, and Clark Gregg. There is also a documentary in the works, directed by Amy Poehler and produced by Ron Howard, that digs deep from the beginning. Lucie says we can tailor it to hit Amazon Prime Video at Christmas.

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