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Jay Leno is gearing up to turn the lights out on his loonnnggg run on the Tonight Show!
However, while Jay is absolutely saying farewell to NBC, Adam Sandler decided it was the PERFECT opportunity to give his bud some (unsolicited) advice.
And let us tell you, Adam is just FULL of …
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That’s My Boy failed to capture the public’s interest in Adam Sandler doing a funny voice, so this fall, Sandler will once again attempt some kind of parental redemption story (now as Dracula, in case the problem was that Adam Sandler wasn’t Dracula). As before, Andy Samberg is along for the ride, but this time Sandler’s aloof offspring is a vampiric little girl–or a “little GHOUL,” as Sandler Dracula punnily remarks. And that’s exactly where this trailer lost me forever.
I honestly would have thought Samurai Jack director Genndy Tartakovsky would bring more engaging stylization to the kicks to the nuts.
Originally conceived as a way to get Departed and Other Guys reunions happening concurrently, to make most efficient use of our dwindling Mark Wahlberg supplies, Three Mississippi (previously Turkey Bowl) was to star Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and Alec Baldwin in a film about childish middle-aged men competing in an annual tackle football game. Now, the Wahlberg part is being given to Adam Sandler, casting him as rival to his fellow SNL breakout and son to Baldwin, thereby making his relationship with his scoutmaster that much more uncomfortable.
Though most would have accepted “because a Sandler/Ferrell film will obviously make a lot more money” as rationale for the change, Vulture has gone into the details of the decision, which basically had to do with scheduling. Wahlberg has committed to shooting Peter Berg’s Battleship follow-up, the similarly-naval themed Lone Survivor, this fall; at the same time, Ferrell and Three Mississippi‘s would-be director Adam McKay unexpectedly got the green light on shooting Anchorman 2 early next year, leaving this fall as the only time Ferrell is available to shoot, thus forcing Wahlberg out of the film and leading someone to say, “Well, if you can’t get Mark Wahlberg, Adam Sandler is essentially the same guy, right?” The Anchorman thing also forced McKay out of the director’s seat, and now Sandler’s That’s My Boy director, Sean Anders, is taking over.
Sandler has not yet officially signed on to the project, but just go ahead and try and imagine him turning down a role as a suburban father horsing around with fellow SNL alumni. So yeah, Sandler and Ferrell are going to be in a comedy together. How is that only just now happening?
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Posted by Photo Boy Adam Yauch was a founding member of the Beastie Boys and pioneer in not only the genre of rap, but music in general. In 2009 he publicly announced that he was being treated for cancer and it’s likely contributed to his death at age 47. I’ve been a huge fan of Read More …
In a departure from his usual routine of telling Will Ferrell to take it from the top, even dimmer this time, Adam McKay may direct Will Smith and Denzel Washington in Warner Bros.’ planned remake of Uptown Saturday Night. But don’t worry, it would be after Anchorman 2. We’ll still get our Anchorman 2.
Assuming This Means War writer Tim Dowling’s script has not deviated too far from the original film, which starred Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier in the lead roles, the remake would see Smith and Washington robbed of a wallet containing what ends up being a winning lottery ticket; their hunt to retrieve the ticket sends them on a wild journey through a criminal underworld full of celebrity appearances, to which McKay could obviously contribute his experience with cameo-filled gang warfare. Harry Belafonte, Flip Wilson, and Richard Pryor were among the notable co-stars of the 1974 version, but if McKay does sign on, one could guess this take might skew less toward calypso, more toward, oh, hi, John C. Reilly. And maybe Sam Jackson? He was in The Other Guys, after all. McKay has at least that black friend. Hopefully Will Smith knows some people.
Also, it should be noted, though Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment is developing the property, the studio still only “hopes” Smith and Washington will star, so it’s still entirely possible the remake won’t happen with those two. If that ends up being the case, I say we just go ahead and make this Step Brothers 2, okay?
Last week, Jennifer Love Hewitt informed the entire studio audience of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she’s working on a system elaborate traps to snare Adam Levine because she’s lonely and it’s sometimes nice to talk to people so she gets carried away. Anyway, she’s since realized this will make Adam less likely to sign Read More …