Studio budgets would hemorrhage from the licensing fees and lost royalties, and audiences would face the prospect of watching athletes deliver pithy dialogue for one or more hours. That's not to say that great sports flicks and shows haven't, or won't, be made with one foot squarely planted in the real world—but most people who love the genre probably enjoy a little escapism with any historical accuracy. The best fictional teams are those that capture what we love about a sport and the people that are a part of it and make us forget about all those mundane or frustrating elements that often make the real thing feel less than special even if it's just for a moment or two.
We regularly see the actors themselves — not stunt doubles — hoist each other up on to their shoulders, perform daring leaps and impressive suplexes. They hit the canvas hard and simply get up again. Female nudity played for comedy is vanishingly rare on screen.
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Every Monday, Eye on College Football 's Tom Fornelli looks back at 10 things that stood out to him over the college football weekend -- everything from the awesome to the just plain stupid. Mostly stupid. I don't know how you feel about it, but for me, this season just gets more and more confusing.
In the meantime, happy hunting for your new favorite show aka what you really want for the holidays. Some comics representing the U. Canada, France, the Middle East, and the Netherlands are among the foreign entries.
IF you're not a Chelsea fan you may not have met the Premier League's sexiest football supporter. Fans channels have exploded in recent years with social media offering a voice to the person in the stands like never before. Videos can rack up hundreds of thousands - even millions - of views, with the presenters and regular guests becoming stars in their own right. Sophie told SunSport: "It's crazy.