LOS ANGELES - Noted motion picture producer Sheboygan Saddlewood has just announced that he will be producing and directing the TriMoon Films production of Serena and Venus Williams - The Two Big Mama's of Tennis.
The film will star Queen Latifah as Serena Williams and Charles Barkley as Venus Williams. Saddlewood said that when he first read the script he immediately pictured Barkley playing the part of Venus.
He said that the resemblance is uncanny and not just the fact that both are black, but the fact that both have the same type of body structure, head shape, lips, noses, and even foot size.
Saddlewood laughed and said that he realizes that Venus is a little more masculine than Charles but was quick to add that the fact of the matter is actually that Charles is a little more feminine that Venus is.
He said that he thought that he was going to have to spend about ten hours getting Barkley to sound convincingly like Venus, but that he was really surprised when he found out that Charles was able to get Venus's voice down in only twenty minutes.
Saddlewood said that Barkley did not really have to wear a padded bra, since his boobs are pretty much about the same size as Venus's are.
Queen Latifah who will be portraying Serena did not really have much to learn other than practice being sarcastic and a little conceited, which she was able to achieve after about four hours of watching videos of Serena.
The movie will begin by covering the period from the time the girls were both bullies in elementary school where they actually had bigger more developed muscles than the entire male faculty.
Saddlewood said that he will focus mostly on the sibling rivalry between the two sistas (sisters).
He added that some of the scenes will be quite graphic in nature as they will include lots of cursing, hollering, screaming, hair-pulling, name-calling, and the obligatory "Your mama is so..." expletives.
The film will be shot on location in Tres Arroyos, Argentina which amazingly has several tennis courts that look exactly like the ones at Wimbledon, England and Queens, New York.