LeBron James shows his comical side in Trainwreck outtakes

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He may be one of the biggest sports stars on the planet, the crowning jewel of Cleveland, Ohio and one of the best players ever to grace the NBA, but LeBron James could be looking at a second career.

LeBron took the Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA Finals last year where they lost the series to eventual champions the Golden State Warriors.

LeBron the actor

He may be known for his achievements on the court, but LeBron has recently made the move over to Hollywood in order to pursue a career in acting.


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LeBron is starring in the upcoming film 'Trainwreck' and he has received nothing but impressive reviews from his fellow cast members.

He's not the only big name sports personality to star in the film however as WWE superstar John Cena also appears in the production.

LeBron earned a lot of praise from those involved in the production but now the out-takes video has been discovered and it is funnier than expected.

The video highlights several scenes in which he not only makes other actors laugh, but himself on multiple occasions.

Arguably the top outtake from the video however is from a scene where LeBron is trying to convince two other characters to visit Cleveland.

LeBron tries his best to highlight all there is to see in Cleveland and he somehow manages to convince the pair that it is the right thing to do.

The best bit however comes at the end when he claims that people say "Cleveland rocks" and when asked who actually says that, he replies simply with "I do".

LeBron couldn't manage to keep a straight face after delivering the line though and he burst out laughing after saying it.

Hollywood's new star?

LeBron is clearly a rising star in Hollywood thanks to his newest film, but it may not be the only acting endeavour he will make.

LeBron recently signed a big contract with Warner Brothers that makes a sequel to the 1997 movie Space Jam seem almost imminent.

LeBron is expected to take the place of Michael Jordan who was the star player in the original with fans of the original excited for a sequel.

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