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Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler is an actor and comedian who first rose to national fame as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Sandler movie credits include Billy Madison (1995), Happy Gilmore (1996), Big Daddy (1999), and Mr. Deeds (2002). Sandler founded Happy Madison film and television production company in 2007.
Adam Sandler is an actor and comedian who first rose to national fame as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Sandler movie credits include Billy Madison (1995), Happy Gilmore (1996), Big Daddy (1999), and Mr. Deeds (2002). Sandler founded Happy Madison film and television production company in 2007. « Show less

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  • 'Edge of Tomorrow' has weak opening, emphasizes Warner's risky summer

    'Edge of Tomorrow' has weak opening, emphasizes Warner's risky summer
    Summer may not have technically begun yet, but Warner Bros. may already be itching for a vacation. First, the film studio released the Adam Sandler-starring "Blended," which has grossed a disappointing $45 million worldwide since bowing May 23, the...
  • Memorial Day Weekend Box Office Drops 28 Percent, What's Behind the Fall?

    "X-Men: Days of Future Past" dominated the Memorial Day weekend box office and is on pace to become the highest-grossing film in the mutant franchise's 14-year history. However, domestic ticket sales dropped 28% to $227 million for the four-day period,...
  • Actors Riff On Their Public Personas In Guest Turns

    Like images in a hall of mirrors, actors appearing as themselves on shows are like an approximation of reality; they look and talk like the real thing, yet the performance also gives them the chance to play with their persona, tweak perceptions and riff...
  • Reel Critics: 'Blended' from typical ingredients

    Reel Critics: 'Blended' from typical ingredients
    No one expects an Adam Sandler film to be Oscar material. His latest effort is no exception. "Blended" contains all the predictable formula events that must follow once the obvious premise is laid out. The surprise here is that the edgy romantic...
  • Adam Sandler on Why He Won't Host 'SNL': 'Why Should I?'

    While on the road to promote his latest film "Blended," Adam Sandler made an appearance on Norm Macdonald's "Norm Macdonald Live" podcast and dished on why he won't return to host "Saturday Night Live" and his departure from the variety skein. "Why...
  • On the Scene at the Golden Trailer Awards

    Trailers typically precede movies and excite auds about coming attractions, but they were the main event at Friday night's 15th annual Golden Trailer Awards, held at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills. The lengthy ceremony, honoring the best in motion...
  • Box Office: 'Maleficent' Rules With $70 Mil, 'Million Ways' Stumbles

    "Maleficent" reigned over the weekend box office, as the Walt Disney Studios release debuted to a magical $70 million domestically and $100.6 million internationally, according to studio estimates. Credit goes to matching an international star in...
  • Box Office: 'Neighbors' Proves R-Rated Comedies Are Summertime Gold

    Raunch sells. Case in point: Universal's "Neighbors," the dirty-minded comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron that debuted to a glittering $49 million domestically this past weekend. "It's escapism, and when it works -- and 'Neighbors' worked --...
  • Drew Barrymore: Why she named baby Frankie, not Pepper or Martini

    Drew Barrymore: Why she named baby Frankie, not Pepper or Martini
    Drew Barrymore offered an explanation -- or lack of one -- for her second daughter's masculine baby name on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." The "Blended" star, who welcomed Frankie in April with husband Will Kopelman, appeared on the show with her costar,...
  • Cruel summer for Warner Bros. Chase Carey signs new deal at Fox.

    Cruel summer for Warner Bros. Chase Carey signs new deal at Fox.
    After the coffee. Before hoping Dunkin' Donuts steers clear of my area. The Skinny: I know I'm the only one who dreads the arrival of Dunkin' Donuts, but if you saw your New York neighborhood overrun with franchises (three stores between 95th Street and...
  • Movies Stars are an Endangered Species as Actors Struggle to Stay Relevant

    Summer blockbusters make studios happy, but they make stars nervous. That's because a lizard is the real star of "Godzilla," not an actor. And in franchises like "Captain America," "Spider-Man" or "X-Men," the superhero is the brand, while the casts...
  • More misses than hits for Warner

    More misses than hits for Warner
    Summer hasn't technically begun yet, but Warner Bros. may already be itching for a vacation. Hollywood's biggest film studio has started the season with a rare series of setbacks. First, Warner Bros. released the Adam Sandler-starring "Blended," which...