TrainwreckAmy Schumer broke out in a big way this summer. The three-time Emmy winner from Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer transitioned to the big screen with her smash comedy, Trainwreck. The film, which Schumer wrote, was directed and produced by one of the most gifted director/producers working, Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old VirginKnocked Up, Bridesmaids).

Schumer stars as Amy, a commitment-phobic journalist  who was taught as a little girl that monogamy isn’t realistic. She lives by that credo, enjoying an uninhibited life free from romantic commitment. When she meets the subject of her latest article, a charming and successful sports doctor played by the wonderful Bill Hader, Amy begins to wonder if maybe she’s been wrong all of this time and she could find true love with the doctor.

Trainwreck features and all star cast, including Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton (The Grand Budapest HotelMichael Clayton), Brie Larson (Short Term 12, Room), Colin Quinn (Saturday Night LiveGirls), Vanessa Bayer (Saturday Night Live) and WWE star John Cena, The biggest surprise is the prominent, scene stealing role played by Cleveland Cavaliers superstar, LeBron James, playing a meta version of himself. I’m starting to think this guy can do anything.

Trainwreck is currently available on Digital HD and will arrive on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on November 10.

Popdose has one (1) Blu-ray combo pack of the film (which includes the Blu-ray, DVD and a Digital HD code) available for one lucky reader.

For a chance to win Trainwreck, send an email to by 5 PM ET, Friday, November 13th. On that day, one reader will prove lucky when their name is chosen at random.

Good luck, and thanks for reading Popdose!

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Scott Malchus

Scott Malchus is a writer, filmmaker and die hard Cleveland Indians fan. His memoir, “Basement Songs,” is available in paperback and Kindle. He wrote and directed the film “King's Highway." His family is heavily involved in fund raising to find a cure for cystic fibrosis. Scott Malchus is an employee of Cartoon Network and Turner Broadcasting. The opinions expressed on Popdose are his own and do not reflect those of his employer. Email: Follow him @MrMalchus

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