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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 Sandler’s 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, Sandler’s 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 Sandler’s The Ridiculous 6, which resulted in a group of Native American quitting his movie, is obviously a sensitive issue. But there’s 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 “weird on set.”
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 ‘80s video game characters come to life, that’s not all that was huge about the video, as it is now the studio’s 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, it’s 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?
From the look of Hotel Transylvania 2, Adam Sandler’s Count Dracula is going to get a grandson, the offspring of his vampire daughter (Selena Gomez) and her back-packing human husband, Jonathan (Andy Samberg).
In the last 21 years, Steve Buscemi has played nine different characters in Adam Sandler movies, but can you identify all of the titles with just an image of Buscemi’s character and a description of his part? Find out by taking our quick test below!
After almost 20 years, Bob Barker and Adam Sandler are still feuding. It all started when the two had an on-screen scuffle in Happy Gilmore, but we all thought had buried the hatchet. Well, they’ve reignited the feud for a good cause, and the former Price Is Right host still packs a punch.
One thing was made crystal clear during NBC’s reunion special Saturday Night Live 40: the weekly sketch comedy show has launched an insane amount of massive movie stars. Many of them turned up as hosts, from Tom Hanks to Alec Baldwin. But others got their start as repertory players in the show’s cast, and used that exposure to kick start incredibly successful movie careers.
2014 was a great year for movies. It’s when we got Richard Linklater’s Oscar-headed Boyhood, such great indie fair as Only Lovers Left Alive and Whiplash, and powerful performances all around. But there were also a great deal of duds. The 2014 Razzie Nominations have been released, and with it comes a list of the worst movies from the past year. Can you guess which ones made the cut?
Grown Ups 2, naturally, is the sequel to the hit film Grown Ups. Both films really just exist as an excuse to give Adam Sandler and his friends – from Kevin James and Chris Rock to David Spade and Rob Schneider – something to do.
2014 was a middling year for movies. However, for the 10 stars we're highlighting in this list, it was absolutely dismal. Find out who's hoping for a happy new year after the jump.
Adam Sandler didn't exactly have the greatest 2014. Blended performed nowhere near the level of the actor's past big releases, and both of his recent attempts at more serious fair - Men, Women & Children and The Cobbler - got largely negative responses following their premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
If you thought Annie was the biggest target of the recent Sony hacks, just wait until you see what's leaked out about an anonymous employee's feelings on the films of Adam Sandler.
Normally, Adam Sandler trailers are met with a heady mix of disappointment, regret and sadness. But the first clip for The Cobbler is something rather different, and it looks set to be a surprisingly heart-warming tale that has Adam Sandler at its core.