R | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
When a sports agent has a moral epiphany and is fired for expressing it, he decides to put his new philosophy to the test as an independent agent with the only athlete who stays with him and his former colleague.
During an appearance on BBC's The Graham Norton Show (2007) in 2012, Cuba Gooding, Jr. talked about how his dad, Cuba Gooding, Sr., didn't hold back on the set. Cuba introduced his dad to Tom Cruise, and his dad gave Cruise a hug, then asked Cruise, "But seriously, are you gay or not?" Cuba later scolded his dad, "You can't keep your lips loose, and they move too fast."
Look at me Laurel, I'm the oldest 26 year old in the world.
When Jerry is removing the goldfish from the tank, Bob Sugar disappears from behind the tank between shots and is replaced by a completely different group of coworkers.
The version prepared for the cable TV premiere on Showtime includes a new fictional Reebok advertisement at the end of the film over the closing credits. Director Cameron Crowe originally decided not to include the commercial, who features Cuba Gooding Jr. as athlete Rod Tidwell, in the theatrical version because he thought he ruined the ending. Allegedly, the fictional commercial has been reinstated because of a lawsuit between Reebok and Columbia Pictures over the terms of product placement in the film.
English, American Sign Language
$17,084,296 15 December 1996