They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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Adam Sandler is baa-aack!
He's got a brand new flick, The Do-Over, coming out soon on Netflix — and now we know exactly when it'll be streaming — as well as a little bit about what the movie encompasses!!
After reminding us, for some reason, of Sandler's previous Netflix outing, The Ridiculous Six, the brief teaser drops the date of the upcoming (action?) (comedy?) film.
It also showcases a little action, a little attitude, a little David Spade, and of course… a little bare butt. All in only about 30 seconds!!!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above) for now. And on May 27 — Memorial Day Weekend — you'll be able to stream The Do-Over worldwide!
We'll just have to see whether this movie is, ahem, good or not…
Color us jealous!
Though, we shouldn't be too surprised the new item made the trek to see the Cardinals play since it is the country crooner's favorite team. However, The Voice judges weren't the only A-listers at the game as David Spade took to Instagram to share his funny run in with the famous couple.
If you've seen the 1995 comedy Tommy Boy, you'll remember the hilarious scene of the late Chris Farley putting on David Spade's jacket and singing "fat guy in a little coat!"
Spade appeared on Monday's Conan to give a bit of insight on just how that iconic line came about!
According to The Ridiculous 6 actor, he and Farley shared an office at Saturday Night Live.
While Spade was trying to write sketches, Farley would always distract him by putting on his tiny Levi's jacket and reciting what is now the classic line!
So, when they needed to fill up time with some comedy while filming Tommy Boy, they figured they might as well use the bit that always made them laugh — and it totally worked!
Check out the interview (below) to hear the comedian retell the full story!
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!
Eddie Murphy had some choice words for David Spade after his infamous "Hollywood Minute" bit on Saturday Night Live in the '80s. In Spade's new memoir Almost Interesting, the 51-year-old opens up about the joke that caused the Dr. Doolittle star to boycott the live comedy show for nearly 31 years — and not return until SNL 40 this past February.
As a refresher, in an episode of Spade's "Weekend Update"-style segment where he would harps on celebs, the comic showed a picture of Murphy (right after the movies Harlem Nights and Vampire in Brooklyn flopped) and joked about his struggling career:
"Look, children! It's a falling star. Make a wish."
As an SNL alum and fellow comedian trying to make it, Eddie was not thrilled to say the least. The actor called Spade constantly until finally David got the courage to call him back. The
convo confrontation went like this:
David Spade is dishing deets from WAY back!
The SNL alum revealed that The Shining actor tried to steal his leading lady right in front of his face!
"Nicholson asked Lara Flynn Boyle out in front of me while we were all smoking a doob somewhere. She got mad because I didn't stick up for her. I said, 'I've been in this town long enough to know when I'm outranked. You're either gonna go out with him or you're not.'"
And he was right. She did go out with him, even though she initially seemed repulsed by the idea. She remembered:
"She goes, 'No way. He's worse than Trump!'"
But then Lara clearly changed her mind about Jack, since the two were an item for years. What's worse is David had no idea — he actually found out from a tabloid!
Oh no, we're just crying from laughing so hard. That's all.
It's not that the first trailer for the documentary about Saturday Night Live legend and gone-too-soon star Chris Farley is breaking our young hearts all over again…
With interviews from friends David Spade, Adam Sandler, Bob Saget, and Dan Aykroyd — who witnessed the whirlwind tragedies of both Farley and John Belushi firsthand — the film feels like one of the most personal we've ever seen.
Ch-ch-check it out (above) but be prepared for the feels.