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Itís been a bad summer for Sony Pictures. Ok, itís been a bad year for Sony Pictures. Not only has the studio gone without a breakout hit all year, but most of their films easily classify as bombs.
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.
Eighties video game nostalgia isn't as powerful as Sony/Columbia probably hoped. The Adam Sandler action comedy Pixels may have given last weekend's top earner Ant-man a run for the number one spot this week, but it's not much to get excited about when the new movie couldn't break $25 million.
In every movie there is footage that doesnít make it into the final cut. For a film like Pixels which is heavily reference laden, that means that some of those references donít make it into the finished film.
Out of all the hilarious scenes in Pixels, there's one where Josh Gad's improv skills lead to uncontrollable laughter from a most unlikely audience. Find out which one inside.
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.
Is Pixels a 3D film worthy of your extra quarters, or should you save your money for another round of Galaga? To 3D Or Not To 3D is game to battle those who would steal your hard earned cash!
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.
The Book Of Mormon is one of those insanely successful shows that Hollywood would love to get their hands on. So what exactly is the hold up? Read on to see what Josh Gad had to say about a possible film adaptation.
We are back for another week of movies, as the summer rolls on with three decent-size features hitting screens this Friday. Weíve got the family-friendly action of Pixels, the romantic drama of Paper Towns and the boxing thrills of Southpaw coming up.
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.
THR and the social-video advertising platform Unruly conducted a study on the trailers for the 29 most anticipated summer blockbusters are realized that Minion was the most shared, with 2.4 million shares.
If you thought the first trailer for Pixels was nuts, just wait until you get a load of the new one.
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.
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?
We're seeing this licensing issue pop up in several movies now as the line between film and advertisements is starting to vanish. These specific video game characters already popped up, along with newer ones, in Wreck-It Ralph, and a similar tactic was used in The Lego Movie, which utilized Lego versions of Batman, Superman, the Ninja Turtles and NBA players among other familiar brands.
My first thought looking at this shot of Michelle Monaghan, Adam Sandler, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage is WHAT have they done to Peter Dinklage?
That time of year is almost upon us. In just two weeks, geeks and nerds from around the world will be hopping in their cars and boarding planes to head out to southern California for the annual San Diego Comic-Con. As always, we expect that the event will be packed with all kinds of big announcements and sneak peeks, but what hasnít been clear is precisely what is going to be on display. Today the roll-out of that information has begun.