Trailer Bulletin: Gridiron Gang

by | May 16, 2006 | Comments

You can see a sneek peek at the new movie "Gridiron Gang," featuring The Rock and Xzibit, over at Yahoo! Movies. It’s about two coaches who decide to create a football team out of high school-age inmates to give them something to be proud of.

From director Phil Joanou comes "wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and rapper Xzibit in the real-life story of a counselor who organizes a football team made up of troubled youth at a juvenile detention center."

Mr. J’s earlier films include "U2: Rattle and Hum," the seriously underrated "State of Grace," and the quietly awesome "Three O’Clock High."

Co-starring L. Scott Caldwell, Leon Rippy, and Kevin Dunn, "Gridiron Gang" hits theaters on September 15th.

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