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The Adam Sandler-starring, classic video game-themed Pixels stumbled when it was released last month, and now the studio accidentally filed a copyright infringement claim that resulted in the trailer being pulled.
We all known that actors can make a lot of money. Forbes just released its list of 2015's top earning in case you're interested in finding out which actors padded their bank accounts the most this year.
We here at CinemaBlend arenít quite ready to write Mr. Happy Gilmore off just yet. So we got together as a staff and answered five important questions about Sandler and his career.
Adam Sandler has done it again. And by ďit,Ē we mean incite the wrath of movies critics everywhere. Despite this seeming failure of a film, however, Sandler has one person in his camp, Dennis Dugan, and he has some choice words for Sandler haters.
The antics of Adam Sandler and company in Pixels isn't really earning a lot of buzz pre-release, as most critics are tearing it to shreds. What's interesting, however, is that this isn't the first time that the film has pissed off a large number of people.
Despite becoming arguably the most bankable movie star of the 2000ís, Adam Sandler will always be the star of Happy Gilmore to a segment of the movie-going public. In a recent interview, Sandler gave his thoughts on the possibility of a belated sequel.
How convincing was the massive Donkey Kong set during the filming of Pixels? Find out, as we sit down and discuss it with the director and members of the cast.
There are two video games you'll always remember in life no matter what: the one you're great at and the one you suck at. We've got the scoop on which games confounded the cast of Pixels.
A few months back, Adam Sandlerís latest project, The Ridiculous Six flooded entertainment news for all the wrong reasons. The film, a Western comedy and the first of four Netflix originals that Sandler is contracted to make, proved so offensive to a dozen Native American actors on board that they ended up walking off of the New Mexico set. Adam Sandler finally responds.
Shooting pretend aliens is very hard work indeed. Don't believe us? Just watch Adam Sandler and Josh Gad do it in this behind the scenes video for Pixels.
If you thought the first trailer for Pixels was nuts, just wait until you get a load of the new one.
The actress who provided one of the most memorable scenes from one of Adam Sandlerís best films has sadly passed away. Ellen Albertini Dow, perhaps, best known as the Rapping Granny in The Wedding Singer passed away on Monday at the amazing age of 101, capping off one of the most unique careers in the biz.
The specter of cultural insensitivity has become the dominant narrative in what appeared to be just another sophomoric cinematic payday for Adam Sandler. Having already stirred controversy for supposed stereotype-enforcing dialogue, Sandlerís upcoming Nextflix-exclusive film, The The Ridiculous Six is now under fire for allegations that some actors were made to look Native American by way of makeup.
The recent furor over Adam Sandlerís The Ridiculous 6, which resulted in a group of Native American quitting his movie, is obviously a sensitive issue. But thereís no need to worry anymore, because Vanilla Ice has joined the debate.
Reportedly offensive stereotypes in the script for Adam Sandler's The Ridiculous Six caused Native American actors to leave the set, and a new report has revealed some of the content in question.
According to reports, roughly a dozen actors left the set. One man, Anthony, claims he initially turned the movie down but eventually agreed to act when he was told the movie had hired a cultural consultant. He said everything was going well, but on Monday, things started getting ďweird on set.Ē
Steve Buscemi has made a lot of movies with Adam Sandler, but he says this one is his favorite.
Sony dropped the first trailer for their upcoming sci-fi comedy Pixels earlier this week, and it looks like a total blast. While it features massive Ď80s video game characters come to life, thatís not all that was huge about the video, as it is now the studioís biggest trailer launch of all time.
While Netflix is quickly changing the business model when it comes to the distribution of films and television shows, producers are finding that a business partnership with Netflix can sometimes be a poisoned gift. And yes, itís due to the ever-critical variable of money.
The first Pixels trailer has arrived, and both Pac-Man and Donkey Kong look furious, deadly and keen on taking over the world. Who'd have thought that Earth's answer would be Kevin James and Adam Sandler?