You know you’ve reached a level of notoriety when Adam Sandler and David Spade are making fun of you. Such is the case with the famous falling out between D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young over the hidden video that was released in which Young confessed to being less-than-faithful to fiancee Iggy Azalea. Now, for reasons […]
WARNING -- EXPLICIT LANGUAGE This is hysterical... Adam Sandler and David Spade just totally nailed the whole D'Angelo Russell/Nick Young video situation... in a hilarious send-up spoof video. The clip has Adam playing the part of poor…
Adam Sandler surprised some huge comedians with an emotional performance at Garry Shandling's memorial service. Sandler hit the stage to sing George Harrison's "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" during Sunday's event in L.A.... which was…
Last year, the sci-fi action comedy Pixels brought an 8-bit version of Donkey Kong to the big screen, albeit in a disappointing package directed by Chris Columbus, featuring Adam Sandler and his knucklehead friends, as well as a waste of Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan and Josh Gad. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler has not had the best of luck lately with his film projects. But now, he is teaming back up with old “SNL” pal David Spade and they are taking a new comedy to Netflix with their raunchy film, The Do-Over. What is for sure at this point is that the former box office... Show More Summary
Adam Sandler is somehow still making movies, and the trailer for his latest one dropped on Wednesday—at which point a guy named Max Kessler recognized a few similarities between him and Sandler's character in The Do-Over (is this Sandler subtly asking for a do-over on the past couple of films he made?). Show More Summary
Some of the greatest films ever made are metaphors for their own creation: 8½, Adaptation, Bowfinger. Now it looks like there’s a new entry on the list: The Do-Over, coming to Netflix on May 27. Boring bank manager David Spade meets exciting FBI agent Adam Sandler, much like boring streaming media site Netflix met exciting movie star Adam Sandler. Show More Summary
The comic's first Netflix-exclusive film, "The Ridiculous 6," was panned by critics -- but broke streaming records.
Netflix has unveiled the first full look at The Do-Over, their upcoming comedy starring Adam Sandler and David Spade. The 30-second teaser hinted at the film's basic premise: A miserable family man played by Spade is given a "do-over" after faking his death and forming a new identity thanks to his childhood...
Netflix has retched up a trailer for another of its planned Adam Sandler collaborations, slotting the David Spade-starring The Do-Over in alongside instant Western classic The Ridiculous 6. The new film sees Spade play a milquetoastShow More Summary
The trailer's out for the second of Adam Sandler's four Netflix movies, the first of which — The Ridiculous 6 — was watched more in its first 30 days on the service than any other film during its first 30 days. Sandler's new film, The Do-Over, stars David Spade as ... More »
Continuing his production deal with Netflix, Adam Sandler just unveiled a new preview trailer for “The Do-Over” and it’s definitely not for the faint-of-heart. Also starring David Spade, Kathryn Hahn, Michael Chiklis and Paula Patton,...Show More Summary
Have you ever wanted to be somebody else? Have you ever wished that you had made different choices in life? It's probably best that you not use The Do-Over as an example of how to remedy these problems. However, as a movie to keep you entertained, it might just do the job. Show More Summary
"I wish I could start from scratch, just get it right this time..." Yep, this is a "don't watch" - did anyone even see The Ridiculous 6? I don't anyone who did. This is the next Netflix collaboration with Adam Sandler and it looks just as forgettable. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler‘s partnership with Netflix either got off to a great start or a terrible one, depending on how you want to look at it. The Ridiculous 6 got horrid reviews even by Adam Sandler standards, and attracted controversy for its treatment of Native Americans. Show More Summary
A couple years back, Adam Sandler’s production company, Happy Madison, formed a deal with Netflix. The deal was that Happy Madison would produce four original films for the streaming company. While Adam Sandler’s films haven’t exactly been a beacon of quality in the recent decade, they’ve managed to find their niche audience and capitalize on them. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler is a man who's long admitted that the movies he makes in exotic locales are basically excuses to take paid vacations. That said, it looks like his next Netflix project might have more plot than the typical Sandler joint. SEE...Show More Summary
Adam Sandler and David Spade star as two old friends who get a chance to start their lives over again in a new trailer for 'The Do Over'.
David Spade in a three-way with Luis Guzman, guys. Read more...