Breaking news: Joe Dirt knows what a cell phone is. David Spade is currently in production on the hotly anticipated sequel to his beloved 2001 hillbilly comedy, and he’s been keeping eager fans updated on the progress of the film via Instagram. Joe Dirt II: Beautiful Loser producer Adam Sandler posted a photo on Facebook earlier this month showing off Joe’s mullet, sans head. Spade did him one better, posting the photo aboveon Instagram this week, writing, “Day 1.
Audiences can get their first look at the comedy-drama that took a critical drubbing at the Toronto Film Festival
James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan in ‘The Best of Me’ It’s been a long, fruitful romance, but has the decade-long love affair between moviegoers and Nicholas Sparks finally worn off? Related: Film Review: ‘The Best of Me’ Certainly, there are other factors that may have contributed to the movie’s weak showing, ranging from the marketability of the two leads, James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan (likable though they may be, Marsden and Monaghan are out of Sparks’s typical age bracket, which favors young lovers like Ryan Gosling and Amanda Seyfried), to the release date, which trades Sparks’ typical spring berth for the more somber autumn season. 'Best of Me' director Michael Hoffman (left) with Sparks at the Oct. 9 screening of the movie in Nashville,Tenn Sparks is 2014’s latest jilted superstar, following the public rejections of once red-hot favorites like Adam Sandler and Men, Women & Children director Jason Reitman. Sandler, of course, watched as his third team-up with Drew Barrymore, Blended, crashed and burned during its May release.
Jason Reitman and part of his 'Men, Women & Children' cast read the 'American Beauty' screenplay at a live event in Los Angeles.
The stars of 'Men, Women &Children' play disillusioned people of the "always on" Internet age. But Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Ansel Elgort, and the rest of the cast were quite the opposite at the premiere!
The movie — which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival — has gotten some harsh reviews, but its heart is mostly in the right place.
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You might have assumed that Jason Reitman would hightail it back to more comic material like 'Juno' after last year's would-be romantic weepie 'Labor Day' was laughed off the screen. Instead, the just-released teaser trailer for Reitman’s latest film, 'Men, Women & Children,' suggests that the writer/director is doubling down on drama.
"Nevermind ‘Blended,’ how about that f——-g ‘Godzilla’?!" Adam Sandler opened when he hit the stage at the CinemaCon theater owners gathering in Las Vegas on Thursday to present his new comedy with Drew Barrymore. "It made Drew cry." A very pregnant Barrymore appeared by Sandler’s side, looking a little shocked. "I’m, like, creating life and I started crying so hard at the destruction in that [‘Godzilla’] trailer," she said while touching her belly. Besides Sandler and Barrymores’ appearance on behalf of “Blended,” director Wally Pfister, Johnny Depp, and Morgan Freeman presented an extended look at the upcoming sci-fi film “Transcendance,’” while director Gareth Edwards introduced “Godzilla.” [CinemaCon 2014: Fox Unspools Footage from ‘X-Men,’ ‘Gone Girl,’ and More] Clint Eastwood walked onstage to a standing ovation to present the first look at his new film “Jersey Boys,” before “Tammy” co-writer and star Melissa McCarthy took the podium with her husband, Ben Falcone, who is also the film’s co-writer/director.