‘The Winning Season’ Trailer, Poster and New Images

Sam Rockwell's Sundance sensation will arrive in theaters on September 3rd.
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‘The Winning Season’ Trailer, Poster and New Images

Lionsgate has just released the first trailer and poster for the new sports drama The Winning Season, which will be released in New York and Los Angeles on September 3rd. Click on the video clip to watch the new trailer. You can also find the first poster and a set of new images from the film below. Click on any of the images to access our new photo galleries:

The Winning Season poster

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From director James C. Strouse (Grace is Gone) comes The Winning Season, starring Sam Rockwell as an adult misfit who is brought on to coach the local girl's high school basketball team.

The Winning Season was released September 3rd, 2010.

Sources: Lionsgate

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  • dan1 • 5 years ago

    Sam my man, wtf?


    • diaigma • 5 years ago

      Looks indie good. Might check this out on DVD.


      • narrator • 5 years ago

        Sam is probably doing it for the chance to possibly tap Emma Roberts. Hell I would. Jk, jk. But yea, Sam is a great actor. I am still pissed he didn't get nominated for his role in Moon. He should have been nominated for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Supporting Supporting Actor... well maybe not that, but still.


        • cripple • 5 years ago

          This looks pretty bad, but I will see it just for Sam Rockwell.


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            • magicalmangina • 5 years ago

              Sam Rockwell is one of the best actors of all time......why is he in this low rent sh*t comedy movie. Sam what are you doing!!!???


              • fanboy • 5 years ago

                ugh....looks ok, just another basketball movie though nothin new


                • rojodiablo • 5 years ago

                  Corddry is usually great and Rockwell is cool so I might see it eventually.


                  • moviegeek • 5 years ago

                    Ermm... I didn't laugh at all. I'll pass on this one. Looks like a movie Eddie Murphy would be in.


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