Kevin James' New Netflix Movie Is Already a Huge Success
Kevin James' latest Netflix film, which converts the New Orleans Saints' Bountygate controversy into a family film, is already a hit with Netflix subscribers.
Kevin James' latest Netflix film is already a hit with Netflix subscribers.
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Home Team was released on Friday, January 28 and spent the weekend at the top of Netflix's Top 10 Movies in the United States Today chart. The film also received high marks in several other nations, as noted by Pop Culture.
Home Team stars James (Sean Payton), who returns to his hometown three years after leading the New Orleans Saints to Super Bowl XLIV triumph to coach his 12-year-old son's Pop Warner football team.
The reason Payton was at his hometown in the first place, on the other hand, isn't exactly a family comedy. After the Saints were accused of giving players "bounties" for harming opposition players from 2009 to 2011, Payton was suspended for the entire 2012 season.
Home Team, directed by Charles and Daniel Kinnane, also features Taylor Lautner, Jackie Sandler, Rob Schneider, and several other outstanding actors. It is written by Chris Titone and Keith Blum.
True Memoirs of the International Assassin, Monster House, The Crew, and Here Comes the Boom, as well as James' comedy shows Never Don't Give Up and Swear the Small Stuff, are now available on Netflix. Unfortunately, his hit series The King of Queens requires a Peacock subscription to watch.
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