Adam Sandler has worked with a variety of co-stars over the years, but his latest co-star might be his greatest challenge, himself.
Jack and Jill is not an adaptation of the nursery rhyme, but instead stars Sandler as twins, playing both Jack, a family man, and his obnoxious sister Jill, who comes out to Los Angeles from the Bronx during Thanksgiving. A new theatrical trailer for the movie has just been released, likely to coincide with the release of The Zookeeper, which Sandler produced.
The movie's cast is filled with Sandler regulars like Allen Covert and Dan Patrick as well as Sandler-movie newcomers like Katie Holmes, who will play Sandler's wife, and Al Pacino, who will play himself. watch the trailer >> Posted 07.08.11 by Ryan
A new trailer for the latest Adam Sandler comedy has been released online. Formerly titled Pretend Wife, Just Go With It follows Sandler as a single plastic surgeon who picks up women by pretending he's married. When he meets the woman of his dreams (Brooklyn Decker) he has to continue to lie about having kids and a wife. Jennifer Aniston steps in to pose as Sandler's soon-to-be-divorced wife, and, well, if things went smoothly it wouldn't be a romantic comedy, would it? watch the trailer >> Posted 11.05.10 by Ryan
Katie Holmes is out to do another comedy after 2008's Mad Money, joining forces with Adam Sandler for his latest project. THR reports that Holmes has been cast in Jack and Jill, a movie which sees Sandler playing both a twin brother and a sister during an awkward Thanksgiving visit.
Holmes will play Sandler's wife, with Al Pacino playing himself. Dennis Dugan (Grown Ups) will direct the movie from a script by Steve Koren (Click). What about Carell? >> Posted 08.27.10 by Ryan
Adam Sandler's latest movie, Grown Ups, reunites him with several of his Saturday Night Live co-stars, including David Spade, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and Kevin James (filling in for a role that certainly would have gone to Chris Farley had he not passed away). The reunion is fitting, since the movie, which Sandler co-wrote, tells the story of five childhood friends and basketball teammates who reunite 30 years later and spend a weekend together with their families.
The first trailer for Grown Ups has arrived online courtesy of Yahoo!. Directed by Happy Gilmore's Dennis Dugan, Grown Ups opens June 25, 2010. Watch the trailer below. Posted 11.13.09 by Ryan