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ear is stopping Moyes dismantling Fergie's team, we are told. Plus, one Arsenal...
oy Hodgson is asked the perfect question, Mr Grumpypants is back, Jamie Redknapp...
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Kevin James (Zookeeper), Salma Hayek (Grown Ups) and Henry Winkler team up in the inspirational family comedy HERE COMES THE BOOM, coming to Blu-ray™ and DVD with UltraViolet™ March 18 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The movie delivers big laughs as Kevin James creates the character of Scott Voss, a high school biology teacher who gets into the Octagon as a mixed martial arts fighter to raise money when his school's music programme is threatened.
James says, "Here Comes the Boom is a hero story of a guy at a failing school who has lost his inspiration, and through this journey becomes inspired as a teacher. Through him, other people become inspired, especially at the school. He's an everyman who gets the rare opportunity to step it up."
The film also stars former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Champion Bas Rutten (Paul Blart: Mall Cop).
Here Comes The Boom is out now on Blu-ray and DVD
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CLOSING DATE: Sunday 7th April 2013 23:23
Blackburn striker DJ Campbell is one of six men in police custody following new match-fixing allegations in football.
David Moyes insists Manchester United fans understand the troubles facing their club at present and he will work hard to "make things better".
Liverpool defender Glen Johnson admits losing captain Steven Gerrard to injury is a blow but believes they have the quality to cope.
Fear is stopping Moyes dismantling Fergie's team, we are told. Plus, one Arsenal fan digs at Gibbs and mails on Martinez, the Group of Death and a Spurs Christmas list...
In a Sunday Mailbox which is understandably dominated by Manchester United, there are a few little bits for the rest, specifically Chelsea & a Liverpool Christmas list...