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|07-01-2016, 02:40 PM||#1|
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J.J. Watt goes from football to film
By: Haddie Djemal
J.J. Watt has been drafted into a new all-star team including Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn and Christina Applegate.
Watt doesn't stray too far from the field in his role as a high school soccer coach in the new summer comedy "Bad Moms."
Watt is no stranger to Hollywood, with recent appearances TV shows "New Girl" and "The League." Watt also tried his hand at hosting the 2016 CMT Awards, which was met with positive reviews from country music and football fans alike.
You can catch Watt's first big-screen performance in the comedy "Bad Moms" when it hits theaters July 28.
So my desire to see #BadMoms just increased. @JJWatt plays a soccer coach. https://t.co/4WLaBoF8RW</p>-- Sally MacDonald (@SallyMacFox26) July 1, 2016
I already couldn't wait for @BadMoms & then I found out @JJWatt is in it. Now I HAVE to see it. #BadMoms #jjwatt #MamaNeedsABreak</p>-- WYmama (@WyCowboyMama) July 1, 2016
~Ohhh definitely going to watch @BadMoms because @JJWatt is in it..hahaha #jjwatt #badmoms</p>-- Jenny Doo (@th1sbejennie) July 1, 2016