Netflix Has Shared the Official Trailer for ‘Home Team’

The official trailer and poster for Netflix’s Home Team has been released! The film stars Kevin James, Taylor Lautner, Rob Schneider, Jackie Sandler, Gary Valentine, Tait Blum, Maxwell Simkins, Jacob Perez, Bryant Tardy, Manny Magnus, Liam Kyle, Christopher Farrar, Merek Mastrov, Isaiah Mustafa, Christopher Titone, Ashley D. Kelley, Lavell Crawford, Allen Covert, Anthony L. Fernandez, and Jared Sandler. Home Team will begin streaming on January 28, 2022.

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NFL Superstar Cam Newton’s Superman Meshika Hats Are Live

Every celebrity has a side business. Some sell wine or vodka, others start their own “alternative medicine” ventures and sell energy creams, and Cam Newton sells hats. Not just any hats, custom hats that represent Cam’s particular tastes and his love for head fashion.

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NOC Interview: Cody Christian on The CW’s ‘All American’

Cody Christian portrays Asher in All American, which is currently on season 3 and has already been renewed for a season 4. New episodes air Mondays from 8PM ET on The CW. He is best known for his roles in both Teen Wolf and Pretty Little Liars.

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Disney’s ‘Safety’ isn’t Just a Sports Movie, It’s a Family Movie

With the pandemic and new stay-at-home orders in different states, we all need a little feel-good movie to cheer us up. Disney is doing just that with the release of their upcoming Disney+ movie, Safety.

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NOC Review: Disney+ Brings the Brotherly Love with ‘Safety’

I’ll be the first to admit I’m absolutely the least qualified person to review a sports film. It’s not generally my genre of choice. Frankly I don’t follow sports at all, and they’ve just never really interested me. I was — like many of our readers — more into comics and video games and such growing up. But in being close-minded, one sometimes forgets that sports movies aren’t usually actually about sports. They’re about the human spirit and will. They are about people overcoming challenges to achieve something greater than they ever believed themselves capable of. When you think about it, it’s not any different from your average Captain America movie at the end of the day. The difference more times than not, however, is the heroes are actually real. And in this case, all of the above can be easily applied to the protagonist of the true-story behind Safety, Ray McElrathbey.

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