The 2014 NFL Draft is underway, and the suspense is all part of the experience. If you haven’t already seen Draft Day starring Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Denis Leary, then you’re missing out on some fun cameo appearances by many of your favorite NFL alums and football personalities. Scored by Academy Award-nominated Composer John Debney, this Lakeshore Records release is the soundtrack that you need for your Draft Day parties.
With an amazing supporting cast such as Rosana Arquette, Sean Combs, Chris Berman, Ellen Burstyn and Chi McBride, expect to see your favorite football personalities in Draft Day, such as Deion Sanders, Jim Brown, NFL’s Ken Fiore, and many, many more.
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Watch The Album Preview to hear samples of each track and see film stills from the movie:
Jennifer Garner fans: feast your eyes. Last night, she appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about her new film, Draft Day, which opens in theaters this weekend. Garner plays a tough attorney who manages the salary cap for an NFL team. She insists it’s more than a film for sports enthusiasts. Co-stars Kevin Costner, Denis Leary, Sean Combs and Tom Welling round out the cast. Watch the video about the Draft Day interview at Huffington Post. Also, catch Jennifer with Kevin Costner and Denis Leary in a cute interview on the NFL program, Shooting the Shek.
Draft Day, the new film which stars Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner, opens in theaters on April 11 during sports season. Lakeshore Records has released the Draft Day Film Score by Academy Award-nominated John Debney, before the movie’s premiere so you can stay ahead of the game. From the NCAA Final Four to Opening Day for Major League Baseball, this movie surrounding an NFL football team and his manager is going to keep sports enthusiasts pumped. Experience the spirit, determination and perseverance of a man on a mission through the music. Watch the album preview and get psyched for the film. Let’s go!
With a winning team like Director Ivan Reitman, John Debney and a cast which includes Denis Leary, Chadwick Boseman, Frank Langella, Sean Combs, Terry Crews, Sam Elliott and Tom Welling, how could you lose?