The cast of “The Meyerowitz Stories” weighed in on the ongoing Netflix-Cannes controversy — a small facet of the larger friction between traditional studios and streaming services — in an interview with Variety at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday. Ben Stiller and Adam Sandler, who play half-brothers navigating the dysfunction of their family in the film, said if the studios... Read more »
The Netflix logo still drew scattered boos when it appeared at the beginning of the Cannes Film Festival screening of Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)” on Sunday morning at the Grand Theatre Lumiere, but this time there were no technical snafus, no rhythmic clapping, no halted screening so that the aspect ratio could be fixed.
Unlike the chaos that accompanied the first Netflix movie to screen at Cannes, “Okja” on Thursday, the first press screening of “The Meyerowitz Stories” on Sunday was uneventful — that is, unless you could the Cannes debut of Baumbach after 10 films and
Emma Thompson proved she has such a great sense of humor during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival this weekend.
The 58-year-old actress got super silly with her co-stars Dustin Hoffman, Ben Stiller, and Adam Sandler during a photo call for their new film The Meyerowitz Stories on Sunday (May 21) in Cannes, France.
Not only did she make a bunch of funny faces, but at one point, she squatted down behind a podium as the guys laughed and took photos.
The day before, Emma was spotted touching down at the airport before going for a a swim at the Eden Roc Hotel.
The film tells the story of two fathers — played by Rock and Sandler — whose kids are getting married to each other.
“Adam Sandler and Chris Rock are cornerstones of the Netflix comedy family and we are over the moon about these two legends reuniting to give our members worldwide a healthy dose of the hilarity that they have been creating together for years,” said Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
Adam Sandler and his production company, Happy Madison Productions, and Allen Covert will serve as executive producers.
In what must be a Netflix executive’s dream-come-true, Deadline reports that Chris Rock is set to co-star in Adam Sandler’s next exclusive for the streaming service The Week Of. In the script, co-written by Sandler, The Longest Yard actors play fathers and soon-to-be-in laws preparing for the wedding of Sandler’s
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If you love a good Adam Sandler movie then you’re not alone. In fact, Netflix viewers are apparently MAJOR Sandler fans and have watched his movies for more than 500 million hours.
This sounds like a crazy number of hours, but the actor does have a lot of movies to choose from. Surprisingly, Sandler’s bigger hits like, Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore, aren’t currently on Netflix, but his other films are getting a LOT of views.
According to Netflix’s Q1 earnings report via Time, Sandler’s movies have been one of the top-viewed actor’s works on the streaming site.
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Jennifer Hudson has revealed the real inspiration behind her brand new original Netflix film, Sandy Wexler!
In the movie, the 35-year-old actress plays an aspiring singer in 1990s Hollywood named Courtney Clarke opposite Adam Sandler, who plays talent agent Sandy Wexler.
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While promoting Sandy Wexler on Monday (April 17) in New York City, Jennifer revealed that Whitney Houston was her main influence for her performance.
“I remember Adam and Steven Brill, the director, saying it’s kind of like a comedic version of The Bodyguard, in a way,” Jennifer told ABC. “And you definitely feel