Leatherheads Exclusive Giveaway!
Clooney is back in the director’s chair! And Renee Zellweger is squinting beside him! Plus… the hotness of John Krasinski – can you stand it?
Leatherheads is due out in theatres on April 4th. Ohhhh… 04/04. Terrible numbers. Maybe you can help George out? He wants a box office smash.
I have advance premiere packages for you to see the film 2 days ahead of release.
In Toronto on April 2nd and Vancouver on April 2nd. 10 pairs in Toronto, 10 pairs in Vancouver. You also get a Leatherheads t-shirt and hat.
If so, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with LEATHERHEADS as the title.
Oscar® winners George Clooney and Renée Zellweger match wits in Leatherheads, a rapid-fire romantic comedy set against the backdrop of America"s pro-football league in 1925.
Clooney plays Dodge Connolly, a swaggering, aging football hero who is determined to guide his team from bar brawls to packed stadiums. But after the players lose their sponsor and the entire league faces certain collapse, Dodge convinces a college football star to join his ragtag ranks. The captain hopes his latest move will help the struggling sport finally capture the country’s attention.
Welcome to the team Carter Rutherford (John Krasinski), America"s prodigal son. A golden-boy war hero who single-handedly forced multiple German soldiers to surrender in WWI, Carter has dashing good looks and unparalleled speed on the field. But if Dodge thinks this new champ is too good to be true, then Lexie Littleton (Zellweger) can prove that’s the case.
A cub journalist playing in the big leagues, Lexie is a spitfire newswoman who sniffs holes in Carter’s war story. While she digs, however, the two teammates become off-field rivals for her affections. As the love triangle grows, Dodge fights to get the girl while he tries to keep his guys together. And if Connolly is certain of one thing... it’s that you always keep one final play from the defense.
In addition to his duties as director and star, George Clooney serves as one of Leatherheads" writers.