It’s no secret that Pixels began its life as a short film, a special effects demo that showed off some inventive and amusing imagery that wasn’t required to have things like, you know, a plot or characters. So the feature version of Pixels had to find an excuse for classic arcade characters to invade Earth and that excuse was aliens. Who look like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong for some reason. And whose greatest opponent is Adam Sandler. Okay. The new trailer isn’t going to change your mind if that premise still sounds like nails on a chalkboard.
Lately there haven't been many video game movies that have been very good. There also haven't been many Adam Sandler movies that have been very good. So, how about this Adam Sandler video game movie?... Wait, where are you going?! Pixels is not your standard Adam Sandler or video game movie and, based on this trailer, you might want to give it a chance.
'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' was a successful film -- so wildly and bafflingly successful, in fact, that its sequel, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,' now has an official release date. Grab your calendars and a marker and quietly cry as you circle the day where you will be reminded of our failures as a human race.
In a world where 'Grown Ups 2,' 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' and 'Dumb and Dumber Too' are commonplace, it shouldn't surprise us that 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' could actually happen -- but it does, and it will! Director Andy Fickman is currently in talks to helm the sequel for Sony Pictures. (Insert face palm.)
The first 'Grown Ups' had a trailer that revolved around older men urinating in a public pool. The centerpiece of the new 'Grown Ups 2' trailer is a moose that not only lets out a long fart, but bucks up and urinates on Adam Sandler. Oh boy.
'Grown Ups 2' actually exists and there are now two new posters to prove it. Despite being critically reviled, 'Grown Ups' made $162 million at the box office, making it one of Adam Sandler's highest-grossing films. Although it's hard to imagine anyone wanting a sequel (did anyone really like the first one?), the second outing of the man-children played by Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock and Davi
As a way to promote his new movie 'Zookeeper,' Kevin James appeared on Thursday's 'Tonight Show' with one of the characters from the movie, a gigantic, talking gorilla named Bernie, who's voiced by Nick Nolte.
Almost immediately, the two began to fight like an old married couple, and Bernie took a potshot at James for his behavior on the set of the movie. "You know he hired a guy whose only j