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Knucklehead is a comedy film starring Big Show, Mark Feuerstein, Melora Hardin and Dennis Farina. Its was released on October 22, 2010 in select theatres. The DVD was released on November 9, 2010.
When 35 year old orphan Walter Krunk destroys the orphanage's kitchen, he has 10 days to raise the money in order to save the orphanage where he grew up in from closing down. Meanwhile, Eddie Sullivan, a manager for fighters is in debt to Memphis Earl. Walter and Eddie join forces in order to solve their problems by becoming a team of a fighter and his manager. Together, with Mary O'Conner a worker at the orpahange, they conquer the world of amateur wrestling and choking out bears with one goal in mind, winning the tournament in New Orleans to get the trophy and the $100,000 that goes along with it.
This is WWE Studios' second produced film (the first being Legendary, starring fellow wrestler John Cena), with Samuel Goldwyn Films. Filming began in New Orleans, Louisiana and finished on November 2009.
The film has been garnered negative reviews by critics. Slant Magazine gave the film half a star out of 5 stars, writing that the film's title is "a description for both the film and anyone