Adam Sandler News

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Adam Sandler Joins 'The Cobbler' From 'Win Win' Director Thomas McCarthy

feedproxy.google.com – Following a string of broad comedies, Adam Sandler‘s ready to get serious once again. The Grown Ups star just signed on for The Cobbler, the latest indie drama from Win Win director Thomas McCarthy. The news comes hot on the heels of last week’s announcement that he would also star in Men, Women & Children, a dark satire from Jason Reitman. 4 years 39 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Director Jason Reitman Circling 'Men, Women And Children' With Adam Sandler, Rosemarie DeWitt And Jennifer Garner

fb.indiewire.com – Jason Reitman is about to have a very busy Toronto. In addition to unveiling his new film, the already seriously polarizing crime drama "Labor Day," starring Josh Brolin and Kate Wisnlet (you can read our take on it here), he is also staging one of his starry script readings, this time of Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights." And if that wasn't enough, the director of "Juno" and "Young Adult" is also lining up his next project at the festival: 4 years 41 weeks ago via donnieyen
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'Bridesmaids' Actress Joins Adam Sandler Comedy for Warner (Exclusive)

thewrap.com – Wendi McLendon-Covey has joined the cast of "The Familymoon," a Warner Bros. comedy that reteams Adam Sandler with his "Wedding Singer" co-star Drew Barrymore, according to two individuals with knowledge of the deal. 4 years 46 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Review: 'Grown Ups 2' (I Believe In Jobs)

2:47 PM 7/12/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
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For a film about facing irrelevance, Grown Ups 2 isn't fighting for a place in the race. Lenny (writer/producer Adam Sandler) has happily transitioned to his hometown following the move at the end of Grown Ups. Chris Rock is a cable guy, Kevin James fixes cars, Rob Schneider is missing and David Spade is an aging lothario in a confusingly large house.

New in Theaters: 'Grown Ups 2,' 'Pacific Rim'

11:40 AM 7/12/2013 by Logan Falk
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This weekend’s films are particularly polarized, in terms of, well, just about everything—genre, budget, audience, expected profits, and unfortunately, quality.
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'Grown Ups 2' Presents Big Test for Adam Sandler (Analysis)

feedproxy.google.com – The aging comedy icon's first sequel comes at a key moment as Sony's $20 million man rebounds from knocks on his lucrative brand. 4 years 51 weeks ago via jetli

Blended

Posted June 20th, 2013 by Binh Ngo

“Blended” marks the third comedy collaboration between stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, following their successful onscreen pairings in the hit romantic comedies “50 First Dates” and “The Wedding Singer.” After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren (Barrymore) and Jim (Sandler) agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again.

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Adam Sandler's Ghost Comedy

ign.com – Director Chris Columbus is teaming up with Adam Sandler for Hello Ghost, a remake of a Korean supernatural comedy recently set up at Universal Pictures. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sandler is set to star in the film about a man who, after failing an attempt at suicide, is plagued by the arrival of four ghosts who won't leave him alone until he helps them right their past. 5 years 5 days ago via brucelee
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New international trailer for Grown Ups 2 with Adam Sandler is pretty much what you expect

joblo.com – So, here's another trailer for GROWN UPS 2. Chances are if you clicked on this story then you know what you're in for, whether you view that as good or bad. I'm sure the usual Sandler hate will rain into the comments section (Man, let's hope him and Michael Bay never do a movie together), but I will say this; Sandler knows his brand. 5 years 4 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Terry Crews, Kevin Nealon Join Adam Sandler Comedy (Exclusive)

thewrap.com – Terry Crews and Kevin Nealon have joined the cast of "Blended," a romantic comedy that will star Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, several individuals with knowledge of the production told TheWrap. 5 years 4 weeks ago via jetli
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