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Here Comes the Boom

Once a collegiate wrestler, Scott Voss (Kevin James) is now a 42-year-old, apathetic biology teacher in a failing high school. When cutbacks threaten the school's music program and its teacher (Henry Winkler), Scott springs into action. He dusts off his long-unused wrestling skills and earns money for the program by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter. Though the school nurse (Salma Hayek) thinks he's crazy, Scott gains something he never expected, and the school rallies behind him.
  • Genres: Action, Comedy
  • Release Date: Friday, November 9, 2012
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG [ Bouts of MMA Sports Violence, Language, Some Rude Humor ]
  • Starring: Kevin James [Scott Voss], Salma Hayek [Bella Flores], Henry Winkler [Marty Streb], Greg Germann [Principal Betcher], Joe Rogan [Himself], Gary Valentine [Eric Voss], Charice [Malia], Bas Rutten [Niko], Reggie Lee [Mr. De La Cruz], Mark DellaGrotte [Himself], Mookie Barker [Assistant Principal Elkins], Jackie Flynn [Joe Duffy], Nikki Tyler-Flynn [Mollie Streb], Melissa Peterman [Lauren Voss], Thomas Gallagher [Peter Voss], Blaine Stevens [Mary Shannon Voss], Jonathan Trautmann [Derrick], Germaine DeLeon [Martinez]
  • Directed by: Frank Coraci [Director], Allan Loeb [Screenwriter], Kevin James [Screenwriter], Todd Garner [Producer], Kevin James [Producer], Adam Sandler [Executive Producer], Jack Giarraputo [Executive Producer], Jeff Sussman [Executive Producer], Marty P. Ewing [Executive Producer], Phil Meheux [Cinematographer], Perry Andelin Blake [Production Design], Scott Hill [Film Editor], Rupert Gregson-Williams [Original Music], Hope Hanafin [Costume Designer], Justine Baddeley [Casting], Kim Davis-Wagner [Casting], Alan Au [Art Director], Denise Pizzini [Set Decoration]
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