There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
The source said:
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They're a fun bunch!
Not only did Sandler redeem himself for his lack of horse mounting skills but Terry Crews, Rob Schneider, Luke Wilson, and Jorge Garcia revealed that one of the animals fell for their costar Taylor Lautner on the set of the film!
But Taylor isn't just a pretty face! Adam revealed that the young stud used to do backflips in the morning to put everyone in a good mood!
And of course Jimmy made the Twilight star prove it!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious clips (below) and let us know if you're going to check out the upcoming comedy!
Back in the day, Adam Sandler changed the holiday song game with The Chanukah Song!
This ode to the Jewish holiday had a few different renditions as time went on, but each version of the song rattled off a list of Jewish celebs and cultural figures!
Now, the comedian has unveiled the fourth version of the funny holiday jam with updated lyrics and (mostly) timely cultural references!
But he also makes time to point out fictional characters like Harry Potter, and Elsa and Olaf from Frozen — we're assuming he means Idina Menzel and Josh Gad, as the characters are Arendellan and, um, Icy?
Check out the hilarious fourth rendition of The Chanukah Song (below)!
It's that time again!
Every month around this time we find out what movies are leaving Netflix. Unfortunately in December we have some really great flicks that we must bid farewell: Batman Begins, The Dark Crystal, Insomnia, and Labyrinth.
The good news is we also get to know what new TV and movies are coming out way!
Unfortunately there aren't a WHOLE lot of great films being added, but we do get to look forward to additions like Bill Murray's Christmas special A Very Murray Christmas and Adam Sandler's The Ridiculous 6 — we hear it's not going to be great, but we can always hope!
Ch-ch-check out the list of movies that are leaving the streaming service in December as well as all the new arrivals (below)!
They're the two best friends that anyone could have!
The stars, who have worked together in films like The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates, first came together after Barrymore requested to meet with the 49-year-old funny man during an admittedly low point in her career.
"[I thought] I want to be a modern weird Hepburn, Tracey old Hollywood couple … We looked like the worst blind date you've ever seen. I showed up with purple hair and a leopard coat and he was in his classic cargo pants. As soon as I saw him I was like 'Yeah you're going to have to see past all this.'"
LOLz! We guess opposites attract!
So how'd she convince him? The E.T. star said:
This isn't half bad!
Let's be honest, Adam Sandler hasn't made a really great movie in… well it's been so long we're not sure we can think of that last one we loved!
His first film, The Ridiculous 6, hasn't had the best start though as it faced a bit of controversy after Native American actors walked off set due to some racist and sexist jokes.
Regardless of the drama though, we've got the first trailer (above) and to be honest, it doesn't look all that bad!
Of course, it doesn't hurt that it has a star studded cast that includes Steve Buscemi, Taylor Lautner, Terry Crews, Norm MacDonald, Danny Trejo, Will Forte, Nick Nolte, Rob Schneider, Luke Wilson, Steve Zahn, and David Spade!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) while we wait for it to drop on Netflix December 11!
This weekend Hollywood gave us all kinds of movies this weekend, but it was a family monster flick that flew the highest!
Adam Sandler's Hotel Transylvania 2 was number one at the box office and took in $47.5 million in North America alone — setting the record for a first weekend in the notoriously slow September!
But don't feel bad for the previous record-holder — it was the original Hotel Transylvania!
It was a great weekend for Tom Cruise and the gang around Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation!
That's because not only did the movie open up at number one on the mid-summer weekend, it also did $56 million over the three-day period. That's better than many had predicted, and matches up favorably with 2011's Ghost Protocol as far as the franchise goes.
The film, released in about 3,400 theaters, sat comfortably in the number one slot thanks in part to few other major releases going out over the past several days. One notable exception to the lack of major releases, though, was the new flick Vacation.
The sequel to National Lampoon's classic Vacation installment in 1983 did only