- Directors: Michael Lembeck
- Producers: Jim Piddock, Jason Blum, Mark Ciardi, Gordon Gray
- Genres: Comedy, Fantasy
- Actors: Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd, Julie Andrews, Billy Crystal, Brandon T Jackson, Ryan Sheckler, Stephen Merchant
When a pro hockey player (Dwayne Johnson), nicknamed the “Tooth Fairy” for his ability to knock out other players’ teeth, dashes the hopes of several children, he is ordered to serve two weeks of hard labor as one of the real Tooth Fairies.
- Directors: Andy Fickman
- Producers: Mark Ciardi, Gordon Gray
- Writers: Nichole Millard, Kathryn Price, Audrey Wells
- Genres: Comedy, Family, Sport
- Actors: Dwayne Johnson, Madison Pettis, Kyra Sedgwick, Morris Chestnut
The last game of the regular football season between the Boston Rebels and the New York Dukes ends in a touchdown by Rebels quarterback Joe Kingman after he runs it into the end zone, ignoring an open wide receiver, Sanders. The next morning, Kingman gets a surprise when an eight year-old girl named Peyton Kelly shows up at his doorstep saying that she is his daughter and that her mother sent her here to meet him. Kingman’s agent, Stella Peck thinks this will be bad for his image, and distracts him with the upcoming playoffs.
At the opening of Kingman’s restaurant, he leaves without Peyton, and the next morning is on cover of a tabloid in a magazine article. As a result, Peck decides Kingman needs a new fatherly image. While at a press conference, the reporters attempt to make Kingman look miserable, until Peyton starts speaking and says that he is new to this and is trying the best he can, and that she thinks he is the best father in the world. To pay her back for clearing his image at the press conference, Peyton has Kingman take her to a ballet academy run by Monique Vasquez. Vasquez has Kingman join their ballet performance to show him that ballet takes just as much athletic ability as football. Kingman and Peyton begin their relationship after Peyton calls his arrogant and selfish behavior to his attention. Kingman takes Peyton and her friends to the mall where he begins to get along with Vasquez.
However, he is surprised to discover that Peyton has arrived with Karen. Peyton tells him to never give up. Near the end of the fourth quarter, Kingman passes the ball to the running back, Webber, who gains positive yardage but fails to get out of bounds so the clock continues to run. Kingman rushes to call a final play and successfully does so. With no time left on the clock he scrambles for a few yards but as he is being hit he throws a lob pass to Sanders who catches the pass, and the Rebels win their first championship. When being interviewed after the game, Joe announces that he will take his daughter home, thus ignoring the endorsement with Fanny’s Burgers, saying that he would rather stay with Peyton. The film ends with Kingman, Peyton, and Vasquez dancing together in Kingman’s apartment.