The seven-time Super Bowl champion is also producing the new project about his big Super Bowl LI win that is scheduled to hit the theaters in February next year.

AceShowbiz - Tom Brady and Paramount Pictures have released the trailer of his movie titled "80 for Brady". The NFL star, who's starring in and producing the film, is seen getting an all-star cheering squad in the nearly 3-minute trailer.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion debuted the trailer on Thursday, November 17. In the footage, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally Field and Lily Tomlin are seen taking a trip to see the quarterback and the Pats play in Super Bowl LI.

The trailer begins with the four actresses introducing themselves and their alma maters as if they were playing in the Super Bowl themselves. Later, it dives into teasing out the four women's trip to Houston.

As they embark on a mission to get into Super Bowl LI, the characters attend a food-eating competition hosted by Guy Fieri and dance with Billy Porter in their attempts to get to the big game. The tease for the upcoming film ends with the women drinking something that makes them see Guy everywhere.

Tom, who only appears in the trailer briefly, turned to his Instagram feed to share the teaser. In the caption, he joked about his age as writing, "It has been so cool to see this film come together. To everyone who has helped us get here, THANK YOU. This is an incredible story, led by four amazing women, and we're so excited to share our trailer. 45 in football years is only like 6.5 in dog years. I'm just getting started! LFG!"

Directed by Kyle Marvin, "80 for Brady" also stars Bob Balaban, Glynn Turman, Ron Funches, Jimmy O. Yang and Harry Hamlin. The movie is set to hit theaters on February 3, 2023.

Tom previously told Variety that his role in the film is "small" but that he "learned a lot" during his two days of filming. "It's really interesting. I find it challenging … sometimes hard," he said of acting as a version of himself in the movie.

"Because you're always paying attention to yourself as yourself rather than the character you're playing. I don't think that's natural for me. What I've done for 23 years in sports is play myself. There's no acting. It's me on the field," Tom explained. "When I'm pissed, I'm pissed. When I'm happy, I'm happy. I'm not playing a role."

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