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Could 'The Do-Over' Be the First Good Adam Sandler Movie in the Past Decade?

By Victoria Guerra | Apr 21, 2016 04:05 PM EDT

Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler has a four-movie contract with Netflix and, months after releasing his first planned film, the critically panned but commercially successful Ridiculous Six, he's got a second one on the way, co-starring his fellow 90s Saturday Night Live alum David Spade, The Do-Over. The film's new trailer is here, and it actually looks pretty decent -- could this be Sandler's big comeback? Read More »

Be Warned: Netflix Has Set a Date for their Next Awful Adam Sandler Movie

By Victoria Guerra | Mar 22, 2016 01:30 PM EDT


Though last year's release Pixels was a disaster, Adam Sandler recent deal with Netflix has gone much better, and his first film with them, Ridiculous 6, apparently did very well, Now, the next movie from his deal, The Do-Over, gets a trailer and release date. Read More »

Clooney Calling it Quits

By Rudy Cecera | Mar 04, 2016 05:30 PM EST

George Clooney

George Clooney has hinted he may quit acting soon. Despite the fact that some actors work into their golden years, the 54-year old double Oscar winner claims he doesn’t want to get old on screen. Of course that doesn’t mean he’s quitting show business totally as he has plans behind the camera. Read More »

Despite Controversy and Poor Reviews, Adam Sandler's 'Ridiculous Six' Becomes Most Successful Netflix Movie

By Victoria Guerra | Jan 09, 2016 07:53 PM EST

Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler's had more than a few misses lately, with last year's "Pixels" tanking with critics and the box office. However, it seems his losing streak is over: Sandler's new film with Netflix, "The Ridiculous Six," broke the site's record of most-streamed film in under 30 days! Read More »

Adam Sandler Introduces New Version of 'The Chanukah Song'

By Kyle Dowling | Nov 16, 2015 10:00 PM EST

Adam Sandler Sings Goodbye Song to ‘Late Show’ Host David Letterman

It's crazy to believe that Adam Sandler first performed "The Chanukah Song" way back in 2004. Since then, he's done a number of iterations of the famed tune, and during the New York Comedy Festival this past weekend, the actor dusted off his chops and unveiled a new version of the fan favorite. Read More »

Adam Sandler Surprises Vets at Comedy Show

By Kyle Dowling | Nov 02, 2015 03:29 PM EST

Adam Sandler at Premiere Of Columbia Pictures'

Fresh off the recent release of his new Netflix film, Ridiculous 6, Adam Sandler surprised a group of veterans at the Comedy Boot Jam private event this past Oct. 28. Read More »

Adam Sandler Drops 'Ridiculous 6' Trailer: Are Native Americans Offended?

By Kyle Dowling | Oct 28, 2015 07:00 PM EDT

Adam Sandler Sings Goodbye Song to ‘Late Show’ Host David Letterman

The trailer for Adam Sandler’s new Netflix film, The Ridiculous 6, has finally been released. Of course, the clip has been rather anticipated, especially after it caused a stir with the Native American community following a couple of walk-offs onset due to Sandler’s material being seen as offensive. Read More »

Adam Sandler Supports Autistic Child on Facebook by Wearing a T-Shirt He Designed

By Lindsey India | Aug 31, 2015 02:48 PM EDT

Adam Sandler CinemaCon 2014 - The CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards

Adam Sandler helped support an autistic child by wearing one of the t-shirts from his clothing line of his own dragon drawings. Read More »

Adam Sandler Calls Movie Walk-Off a "Misunderstanding"

By Kyle Dowling | Jul 20, 2015 05:20 PM EDT

Adam Sandler Calls Native American Offending Misunderstanding

A while back, actor Adam Sandler found himself in some hot water when he offended a group of Native Americans on the set of his new film The Ridiculous Six. The group reportedly felt Sandler's film was offensive in how he spoke of their culture, so they decided to walk off the set of the film. Now, however, the comedian is coming forth stating that it was all a misunderstanding. Read More »

Chris Farley Documentary Debuts Aug. 10 on Spike

By Kyle Dowling | May 31, 2015 01:08 PM EDT

Chris Farley Documentary Debuts in August

It's possible that Chris Farley was one of the funniest people to have ever graced the Saturday Night Live stage. Naturally, when he passed away back in 1997, the world was rocked––especially the world of comedy. Now, however, it seems that there's a new documentary about the comedy legend titled I Am Chris Farley, and it will debut on Spike this coming Aug. 10. Read More »

Adam Sandler Sings Goodbye Song to David Letterman [WATCH]

By Kyle Dowling | May 13, 2015 05:08 PM EDT

Adam Sandler Sings Goodbye Song to ‘Late Show’ Host David Letterman

As David Letterman's Late Show winds down and the host counts the days until his last episode – next Wednesday, May 20 – Adam Sandler dropped by CBS last night to wish him well and say goodbye in the best say he knew how: by writing the host a song. Sandler, who recently went under fire for having extras walk off the set of his new film The Ridiculous Six due to the inappropriate jokes, left the chair next to Letterman's desk during his segment and stepped center stage to perform his track –– a tribute to the one and only David Letterman. Read More »

‘Wedding Singer’ Rapping Grandma Dies at 101

By Kyle Dowling | May 05, 2015 11:16 AM EDT

‘Wedding Singer’

Fans of the 1998 Adam Sandler film The Wedding Singer will undoubtedly remember Ellen Albertini Dow as the rapping grandmother who performed "Rapper's Delight" in the movie. Now, sadly, it's being reported that Dow has died at the age of 101. The actress was featured not only in the film but also the trailer, which certainly brought some more people to theaters to check out the Sandler-Drew Barrymore-led film. TMZ is reporting on the actress' death, noting that alongside the famed Sandler film, she more recently appeared on Family Guy and New Girl. Further credits also include Scrubs, Seinfeld, My Name is Earl, and more. Read More »

Actors Walk off of Adam Sandler Set

By Joseph Randazzo | Apr 23, 2015 09:26 PM EDT

Adam Sandler Movie Awards

Adam Sandler is setting new records for people walking out of his movies. Now, they're just doing it before the filming is done -- which is an incredible feat. TMZ reports a group of Native Americans walked off the set of Sandler's new movie because they felt it was racially insulting. The movie they walked out on, "The Ridiculous Six," stars Nick Nolta, Steve Buscemi, Dan Aykroyd, Jon Lovitz and Vanilla Ice. Read More »

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