Serena Williams and Brian Cox are swapping tennis courts and conference rooms to compete on the golf course.
PEOPLE can exclusively reveal that Williams, 41, and Cox, 76, will star in Michelob Ultra’s 2023 Super Bowl ad. His 15-second teaser in the commercial alludes to putt-putt fights and a fun retro theme.
With a riff from the 1980 movie caddy shackthe 23-time Grand Slam champion will go head-to-head with HBO’s hit series Patriarch. Inheritance.
The teaser opens with a serene golf course sprinkler view. Williams wears a purple outfit with matching plaid pants and a cap and changes into a T-shirt.
Cox and Williams continue to swing, each stroke becoming more subtle, and a swarm of Argyle-clad golfers gathering around the pair.the tennis pro caddy shack It works by kneeling on the grass and gently hitting the ball with the top of the club.
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The teaser, with a close-up shot of a golf ball rolling into a hole, references the name of a fictional country club and the date of the Super Bowl from the Harold Ramis comedy film, saying, “Bushwood Country Club will reopen 02.12.23.” It concludes with the text, 2023.
original caddy shackStarring Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Michael O’Keeffe and Ted Knight, the film follows the antics of goofy characters in the swanky Bushwood Country Club.
In addition to Williams and Cox, the full ad will be packed with legendary athletes. US Women’s National Team star Alex Morgan, former Dallas her Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, and professional boxer Canelo Alvarez all co-star.
The commercial will air during Super Bowl LVII on February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
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Williams made headlines ahead of the US Open in August. trend “I am here to tell you that I am evolving away from tennis and towards other things that are important to me.” increase.
However, according to The SF Standard, the tennis star said, “I’m not retired,” when appearing at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco in October.
“I’m very likely to come back,” Williams said. “Come to my house, [see], I have a court. ”