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Many actors are known for their impeccable style and fashion. Glitzy premieres can be as much about the clothes as they are about the movies, and awards season would not be complete without full coverage of the night's red carpet looks.
Adam Sandler, however, is not one of those actors. The "Grown-Ups" star is known to show up a little bit under-dressed at high-profile events, wearing ensembles that must make The Fashion Police cringe. In some ways, you gotta respect it: Dude is so rich, he just wears what we wants, even if it makes him look 13.
Click through to see the evolution (or lack thereof) of Sandler's style. -- By Jacqueline Lem and Christopher Rosa
It was a close call, but "Despicable Me 2" barely saved the world from the haunting specter of another Adam Sandler number one, as Gru and company eked out a box office win over "Grown Ups 2" according to Film.com.
That left Guillermo del Toro's robot flick "Pacific Rim" with a bad case of sadpants, as the extremely expensive CGI fairy tale brought in $38.3 million in its debut. Decent, but not enough to beat out "Despicable Me 2's" $44.7 million or "Grown Ups 2's" $42.5 million.
For a full rundown of this weekend's box office figures, including numbers for returning hits like "The Heat," "World War Z" and "Man of Steel," head to Film.com.
Greetings from the apocalypse! This week sees one of my most anticipated releases of the summer, "Pacific Rim," making land at the competitive blockbuster season. Whether it can survive at the box office, as the dismal tracking numbers bode ill for, is incidental, as it’s a miracle that such a bonkers movie exists at all, even in sweded form let alone $175-million-dollar form.
Brooklyn's Bottleneck Gallery has a new movie-themed art print show going up tonight titled "Where is My Mind," and yours truly has crafted a special tribute to one of my all-time favorite movies, Terry Gilliam's "Brazil." The exhibit runs through July 26, and prints go on sale online Saturday at noon. Check it out — there are some amazingly trippy pieces by some dynamite amigos that all film fans will go nuts for, including some other Gilliam flicks! Get More »
Muy bonita. Muy, muy bonita.
Salma Hayek is a good sport for once again humoring Adam Sandler and appearing as the wife who's way too hot for him in "Grown Ups 2," the sequel to the 2011 ensemble comedy that allowed Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock and David Spade to charge us admission to their working vacation. Salma upstaged all of the silly shenanigans with her fiery Mexican beauty, and we figure she will a second time.
Check out our collection of Salma looking muy caliente in movies, on television, in photo shoots and on the red carpet.
Adam Sandler and his pals have made a career out of resisting maturity, and his crew's latest flick, "Grown Ups 2," is no exception. Kevin James, Chris Rock and David Spade star alongside Sandler as men who, despite their advancing age, would still fall firmly into the category of "boys." Salma Hayek plays Sandler's way-out-of-his-league wife. Get More »
Adam Sandler is gonna have a lot more to worry about than his upcoming
trainwreck film, "Grown Ups 2". As of last week, the actor may find himself caught up in a lawsuit regarding his eight-time Razzie-nominated film — and Sandler's second Worst Actor win in a row! — "That's My Boy".
Richard Houpert, a Boston carpenter who worked on the set of Sandler's 2012 movie, is suing for $1 million in damages after being injured on set. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Houpert has filed a lawsuit against Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures and Sandler's Happy Madison Productions after sustaining fractures and losing several fingers on his right hand. (Ouch!) Get More »
Ahhh, Kevin James. We love him for many reasons: the way he owns that jolly, robust appearance and then flings out all those family-friendly zingers. Oh, and there's also the matter of his unique dedication to peanut butter.* But one of the things we really love most about this man (and, let's face it, there's a lotta man to love here) is definitely his tendency to fall down.
Like, it happens everywhere, all the time. Especially in his movies, as this fun mash-up goes to show. Get More »
Following the clip, which airs at 7:56 p.m. ET, Sandler will sit down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz for a 30-minute interview on MTV.com to talk all things "Grown Ups." Fans can join in on the Q&A action and ask Sandler about the brand-new film and his other work by submitting their questions via Twitter. Get More »
If you happen to have any burning questions for Adam Sandler regarding the upcoming comedy blockbuster "Grown Ups 2" or other things, maybe — we can think of a couple ourselves we'd love to have answered, like "When will we be getting that 'Happy Gilmore' sequel you never promised, dudesy?" — then this Wednesday is your lucky day as the loudest, most lovable guy in funnytown will be appearing live on "MTV First" to unveil a brand spankin' new exclusive clip and interact with his loyal fans.
Yes, beginning at 7:56 p.m. Wednesday night, Sandler will be joining MTV's own John Horowitz to unleash the new clip from "Grown Ups 2." Then at 8 p.m., the duo will hop over to the internet side of things for a half-hour-long live Q&A on MTV.com where you provide the Q's and Sandler provides all the A's.
So check out this quick tease and start jotting down your questions now. 'Cause it's not every day you get to sit down and chat with Adam Sandler ... it's just this Wednesday.
Summer movie season is once again upon us, as the likes of "Iron Man 3," "The Wolverine" and "Pacific Rim" are set to blow us through the back wall of the theater with their huge action sequences, top-notch special effects and occasional witty quips.
But blockbusters aren't the only kind of movies at the multiplex this summer; they share space alongside quieter, more critically acclaimed fare. And let's face it — inside every loud, attention-grabbing, big-budget action flick or raucous all-star comedy, there's a sensitive, modest indie just waiting to get out. Right?
With that in mind, we've once again reinvented 10 summer blockbusters as smaller, less explosion-heavy films. After all, it's not such a huge leap to see "Fast & Furious 6" as a twee road trip movie about a non-traditional family or "Man of Steel" as the ultimate tale of an outsider wandering the Earth in search of identity and purpose.