Venus and Serena Williams' journey to tennis superstardom will be told through their father's eyes in "King Richard."
The superstar athletes spoke with Entertainment Weekly and shared their thoughts about the upcoming movie, which stars Will Smith as their dad, Richard Williams.
The two said they were very excited to learn Will Smith was interested in playing their father.
"It was like, 'Oh my God this movie is going to be the real deal,'" said Venus, 41. "Whatever film [Smith's] in, it’s the real deal. We got the sense of this is gonna be big, this is gonna be a serious film."
Serena then revealed that, while their father does serve as a narrator, the story focuses on one particular person.
"I feel like the film actually tells [Venus'] story, in a way that no one can ever really tell what she went through in being the first Black player to really step out there," she said.
"You see the impact that it has had and all the people that are coming up after myself and Venus. There would be no Serena if there wasn’t a Venus," the tennis star added. "Venus is so humble, she doesn’t really take credit for that. She burst open that door and I ran through."
Venus countered, "There's no me without her, and I could have never done what I've been able to achieve on the court without her."
"King Richard" premieres in theaters and on HBO Max Nov. 19.