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Get ready for a heartwarming story that is perfect for the entire family. Based on the inspirational true story of two-time NFL MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, American Underdog is now available on Digital, 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand from Lionsgate!
About American Underdog
- Audio Commentary with Directors Andrew and Jon Erwin, and Producer Kevin Downes
- “Inspired” Featurette
- “Making the Cut” Featurette
- “A Coach’s Faith” Featurette (on 4K and Blu-ray only)
- “New to the Scene: Hayden Zaller” Featurette
- “Meet the Champion” Featurette
- “Behind the Game” Featurette
- “American Underdog: Behind the Story” Featurette
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Andrew Erwin
- Theatrical Trailer (on 4K and Blu-ray only)
DIY Paper Footballs Inspired by American Underdog
To celebrate the release of the film, I’ve teamed up with Lionsgate to share a tutorial to make American Underdog paper footballs! Practice your field goals and challenge your family to a friendly competition after your movie night.
- 8.5 x 11 inch paper, blue or yellow
- Double-sided tape or glue
- Football stickers
Fold a piece of 8.5 x 11 inch paper in half vertically, then cut the paper down the middle to make two pieces that are 4.25 x 5.5 inches.
Fold one piece in half vertically with the opening on the right side.
Fold the bottom right corner inward to the seam of the paper column to form a triangle.
Next, fold the triangle up to form another triangle along the paper column seam.
Continue to fold the triangle over itself until you reach the top of the paper column with just a few inches of paper remaining.
Carefully insert the remaining edge of leftover paper between the folds of your paper triangle to secure in place.
For an extra touch, decorate the paper football with football stickers.
Create a goal post from objects you have (or recruit a friend to use their hands) and practice flicking your paper football to score a field goal.