Adam Sandler Is As Endearing As Ever In Netflix’s ‘Sandy Wexler’ Trailer

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We’ve missed Adam Sandler and his comedies SO much, but now he’s back and making movie magic again.
The 50-year-old actor is starring in a new movie from Netflix called Sandy Wexler, and it looks awesome.
Sandy Wexler, who is played by Sandler, is a talent manager in Los Angeles during the ‘90s and he’s great. Well, he’s great at his job. He has strange clients, and a bizarre style, but he gets brilliant results.
The trailer begins with Jennifer Hudson (who plays Courtney Clarke)  performing in a swan costume at an amusement park. Sandy is in the audience and of course wants to

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PCAs Rewind: Julia Roberts Heroically Refused To Wrap Up Before Thanking Everyone During Her 2001 Speech

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Julia Roberts might be our hero for her 2001 speech.
After Adam Sandler announced that Roberts had won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture Actress, Roberts took her time on stage.
She might’ve been told to wrap up, but she definitely did not listen and it makes us love her even more.
“Thank you so much…. How’s my hair, I’m sort of worried about my hair. Thank you,” Roberts said when she first started her acceptance speech.
She then talked about Erin Brockovich and how wonderful it was to be a part of such a phenomenal movie.
“I loved making this movie, Erin

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Bailee Madison Knows Exactly Where Her ‘Just Go With It’ Family Would Be Today

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When it comes to Adam Sandler comedies, we can’t deny that 2011’s Just Go With It is among one of our favorites.
The film, which also starred Jennifer Aniston, followed the hilarious tale of a surgeon named Danny (Sandler), who convinces his assistant, Katherine (Aniston), to pose as his stoon-to-be ex-wife in order to cover up for a little white lie he told his girlfriend. Katherine’s two kids also get in on the action and the result makes for a pretty hilarious series of events.
Danny, Katherine, and the kids may have found their happy ending before the movie wrapped, but even so,

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PCAs Rewind: Adam Sandler Shared A Totally Made Up Life Story During 2000 Acceptance Speech

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Adam Sandler is a comedian, so obviously he’s funny, but his 2000 People’s Choice Awards speech is way funnier than we remember.
In 2000, Sandler was already a star having been on Saturday Night Live since the ‘90s and starring in films like The Wedding Singer, The Waterboy, and Big Daddy.
After winning for Favorite Comedy Motion Picture (for Big Daddy) and Favorite Motion Picture Star in a Comedy, Sandler had a lot to say when he took the stage.
“Thank you, thank you, thanks a lot. Thank you, I appreciate it. Thanks for taking time out of your life and voting and

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STX Finds Fast Footing: ‘Bad Moms’ Spinoffs, ‘Edge of Seventeen’ Raves and Martin Scorsese

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Following its success with the highest grossing R-rated comedy of the year, “Bad Moms,” young studio STX Entertainment will mark its eighth theatrical release this weekend with the well-reviewed coming-of-age dramedy “The Edge of Seventeen.”

Just more than two years since the young media company launched, with a television division, growing investments in virtual reality, a merchandizing team, and, of course, its film unit.

Made for a reported $50 million, the summer release earned less than $24 million and wound up losing money (though STX’s own risk came in lower than $10 million, as it was offset by other outside investors).

Both “The Gift” and this year’s

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Netflix Original Film Chief Pauline Fischer Leaves Company

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Netflix’s Pauline Fischer, vice president of original films, is leaving the online entertainment content streaming company, TheWrap has learned.

In charge of global original films, Fischer was responsible for acquiring titles such as “Beasts of No Nation,” starring Idris Elba, and the Adam Sandler movies that the streaming giant is producing, among other film projects.

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Fischer is also responsible for gaining the rights to the Paul Rudd-starring dramedy “The Fundamentals of Caring” after it screened at the Sundance Film Festival, among other titles.

In the year ahead, we will

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Adam Sandler’s ‘The Do-Over’ Is Reportedly One Of Netflix’s Most Popular Movies

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When it comes to Netflix, it’s clear that Adam Sandler reigns supreme.
According to Business Insider, a new report from analytics company 7ParkData reveals that Sandler’s film, The Do-Over was viewed by 2 million different accounts in the U.S. in June alone.
Those impressive streaming numbers for the film, released in May, make Sandler’s comedy the most-streamed movie on Netflix in May and June of this year. Given all the great movies and television shows Netflix has to offer users, that’s definitely a feat the actor should be proud of.
Currently, Netflix has an exclusive four-movie deal with the comedic actor and it’s clear

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