Kevin James plays a 42-year-old former collegiate wrestler in his new comedy, Here Comes the Boom, who ends up teaching biology in a failing high school.
His character (Scott Voss) decides to raise money for the school in an unusual way after his friend and coworker's (Henry Winkler) job is threatened due to school cutbacks.
Even though others think his idea for fundraising is a little crazy, Mr. Voss begins training as a mixed martial arts fighter to compete for nearly $50,000 to save the school's music program.
Eventually Mr. Voss earns the support and respect of the students, staff, and his love interest Bella (Salma Hayek) who works as the school nurse.
Here Comes the Boom goes to theaters on October 12, but you can see it early for free!
Go to WWW.GOFOBO.COM/RSVP and enter RSVP code: WFNAF219 to print up to 4 passes to see Here Comes the Boom on October 11.
The screening starts at 7:30pm at the CarMike Wynsong on Schillinger Road in Mobile. Please arrive early!
Passes are honored on a first-come, first-serve basis. Stay tuned to Facebook.com/wfnatv for all the free movie pass giveaways.
As always, enjoy the free show!
Check out Dani's interview with the star of Here Comes the Boom, Kevin James, in the video tab!
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