Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler appeared on ‘The Tonight Show’ last night where they sang a funny duet about their movies together called “Every 10 Years.”
Adam Sandler decided to read a letter from one of his fans in his acceptance speech at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards. Guess who wrote the letter …
Adam Sandler performed at the Festival Supreme over the weekend. Check out Sandler’s performance of his old song “Piece of Sh*t Car.” It’s awesome.
You just gotta see Shaq’s penis. It’s like the Grand Canyon, you can’t live an not see it!
Andy Samberg’s taken it upon himself to cut out the big money of network studios and produce his own trailer for That’s My Boy, starring himself and Shmadam Flanderberger.
Adam Sandler delivers one of his more likable performances in this contemporary update of Mr. Deeds Goes to Washington.
One of Adam Sandler’s better efforts (so to speak) stars the SNL alum as a ne’er-do-well slacker who has to go back and graduate from grades 1-12 to win his father’s approval.
The big game is over for another year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t live every day like it’s any given Sunday. Take a pass at some of these pigskin MVPs available right now on Netflix.
Grab a bottle and break it over the heads of these fine examples of the rough and tumble practice of pub pugilism, all available for immediate brawling on Netflix.
Tonight is the last night of Hanukkah and as far as I know, there’s still only two songs celebrating the Festival of Lights. “Dreidel, Dreidel” isn’t nearly as fun to sing, so here’s Sandler’s SNL classic.
The Plight of the Worker, the Mental Patient and the Templar Knight, this weekend is all about recovery from Transformers. Your optons: Horrible Bosses, Zookeeper, The Ward and/or Ironclad.
Hard Lessons and Rough Roads:The warm-up to Fourth of July weekend looks to be a bit colder than usual with the lackluster offerings of Bad Teacher and Cars 2… though a former Tonight Show host might save the day.
You never thought you’d see them in roles like this, did you? Here we look at a few rather unexpected — and, for the most part, extremely successful — casting choices.
Adam Sandler trades the hockey rink for the golf course in this sports comedy, now available on Netflix Instant.
The rocky reception given 2009’s Funny People seems to have scared Sandler into playing it safe. What better way to play it safe than make a vacation film in Hawaii with your friends?