Jimmy Fallon welcomed members of U.S. Troops to "The Tonight Show" with a country duet featuring Adam Sandler.
Fleet Week is very important… mostly because the horde of hotties in uniform makes for some very nice eye candy! LOLz! The long standing tradition is a wonderful way to thank the troops from the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard for their service when their military ships dock. And if you're Jimmy Fallon, you'd do [...]
This could make your eyes water, boy. In honor of Fleet Week, the "Waterboy" himself, Adam Sandler, and Jimmy Fallon dedicated a song to an audience full of servicemen and -women at "The Tonight Show." Like his new movie, Sandler probably...Show More Summary
Not too long ago, Adam Sandler made the jump to more family friendly comedy that comedians have become known for. Though unlike some of his less successful contemporaries, Sandler actually made some decent money, as Hotel Transylvania and its sequel both crushed at the box office. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler has joined forces with STX Entertainment for an untitled animated movie project that he will write, produce and star in.
Bill Hader is always a good time, especially when he just gets to do impressions of his fellow celebrities. So gather around the burning couch and listen to this Christmas tale: Conan had a holiday party, to which he invited Hader, as well as Tom Hanks, Adam Sandler, and Martin ... More »
Adam Sandler‘s last two animated features, Hotel Transylvania and its sequel, made over $825M combined at the worldwide box-office. They’re his two most financially successful films of the past decade. Sandler’s Happy Maddison Productions,...Show More Summary
Sandler will write, produce and star in the new untitled animated project The post Adam Sandler Teams with STX for New Animated Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Adam Sandler and his Happy Madison Productions are set to make an untitled family animated project at STX Entertainment. The Saturday Night Live alum has a long-standing working relationship with STX chairman and CEO Robert Simonds;Show More Summary
Adam Sandler and David Spade have been comedy co-stars since their early days of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE and they continued the tradition by working together in movies. Now Netflix is reuniting the old co-stars in a new film titled THE DO-OVER. Sandler plays Max and Spade plays Charlie — two old friends who reunite at […]
For a short period of time, Adam Sandler seemed destined for greatness. Thanks to his work on Saturday Night Live and iconic roles in films like Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison, he was on the verge of becoming the biggest name in comedy...Show More Summary
Netflix has dropped a new trailer for Adam Sandler’s The Do-Over – the tale of a couple of idiots who get together at their 25-year High School Reunion and decide to makeover their lives. The Do-Over also stars David Spade, Paula Patton and Luis Guzman. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler and David Spade star as two friends trying to start over from scratch in the final red band trailer for Netflix's The Do-Over.
Yes, there’s a new trailer for The Do-Over to contend with, but no, it won’t subject you to more scenes of David Spade in the throes of blank-faced passion. Spade’s teamed up with Netflix auteur and Western reviver Adam Sandler for another feature-length vacation video. Show More Summary
Continuing the deal for Adam Sandler to make movies exclusively for Netflix, a new R-rated action comedy is coming to the streaming service this weekend. The Do-Over reunites Sandler with his Saturday Night Live buddy David Spade in a movie that feels straight out of the 1990s. Show More Summary
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The action-heavy comedy will premiere on May 2 The post Final Do-Over Trailer Featuring Adam Sandler and David Spade appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Adam Sandler invited his lookalike, Max Kessler, 23, to the premiere of his new movie, in which he plays a character whose name is Max Kessler.
The family drama 'Bloodline' sics sibling against sibling; Adam Sandler fakes his own death to get a 'Do-Over.'