Sixers’ James Harden, Doc Rivers appear in brand new horror movie trailer

Professional athletes always have other hobbies they like to do to take some of the stress away during a long NBA season. Some get into podcasting, others into music and a few even get into acting to grow in other areas.

Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden and coach Doc Rivers recently took the acting route to relieve some stress away from basketball.

Movie director M. Night Shyamalan, a Philadelphia native, welcomed Harden and Rivers to be in a special trailer for his new horror and mystery movie, “Knock at the Cabin.” Shyamalan and Harden are enjoying a bottle of Harden’s brand of wine before they hear a mysterious knock at the cabin door, and it’s Rivers telling Harden to get back to practice.

The new Shyamalan movie releases on Feb. 3, but don’t expect Harden and Rivers to be in the movie itself.


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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire