Jennifer Aniston either doesn’t love herself or she only loves herself. Those are the only explanations I can think of that would explain why she would squander the last shred of her integrity as an artist by signing on to do one of Adam Sandler’s nutsack gag ridden Netflix movies. It’s probably easy money sure but damn, girl. Him? Variety reports that Adam and Jennifer are teaming up again to bring us a Netflix movie called Murder Mystery.
Open Post: Hosted By Drew Barrymore Saying That Jake Gyllenhaal Is The Least Talented Actor She’s Worked With
Drew Barrymore has been on a roll lately. First, Drew Barrymore proclaimed her allegiance to Lucifer by whoring herself out in a soul-melting musical ad for his most evil creation CROCS. And now Drew Barrymore is saying that out of Adam Sandler, Hugh Grant and Jake Gyllenhaal, Jake is her least talented co-star and Adam is her most talented. I guess Drew’s show Santa Clarita Diet isn’t totally fake, because it seems like she’s been bitten by a zombie in real life and it’s fucking with her brains.
Newly minted TIME Magazine Person of The Year (kinda, sorta. He’s one of many featured) Terry Crews has taken his allegations of sexual assault at the hands of Hollywood agent Adam Venit to the courts. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Terry has filed a lawsuit against Venit and William Morris Endeavor (Terry’s former agency and the agency that employs Venit) claiming Venit groped him at a party hosted by Adam Sandler last year.
Singing isn’t exactly Justin Bieber’s thing at the moment, so he’s considering a career in acting. Justin didn’t come up in the Disney or Nickelodeon system, which means he’s going to need some acting lessons. According to UsWeekly, he went straight to the industry’s most revered and esteemed actors: Adam Sandler and David Spade.
The shady paycheck-analyzing bitches at Forbes have released their annual “Actors with too many undeserved dollars in their wallet” list (aka Hollywood’s Most Overpaid Actors of 2016). For the second year in a row, Johnny Depp has topped the list.
Forbes figured out the most overpaid actors like this:
Our rundown of Hollywood’s Most Overpaid Actors looked at the last three films each actor starred in before June 2016, save animated films, movies where the actor appeared in an insignificant role, or movies that were released on fewer than 2,000 screens.We then deducted the estimated production budget from the global box office for each film according to Box Office Mojo to come up with a limited definition of each movie’s operating income. We took the total operating income from the star’s three most recent significant films then divided by the star’s estimated pay for those films to come up with a final return on investment number.
Math isn’t my strongest brain function, so I’m taking Forbes’ word for it.
I don’t know what Jennifer Hudson did to her agent to make the words “Jennifer Hudson to star in Adam Sandler’s next Netflix movie” happen. Maybe she forgot her agent’s birthday. Maybe her agent asked her to hold the elevator and she hit the “door close” button instead. Or maybe her agent wasn’t exactly feeling that time Jennifer shat on the last job she got after she was denied a Tony nomination. Whatever the reason, here’s where it led us: Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Hudson has agreed to star in Adam Sandler’s latest made-for-Netflix movie.
The Hollywood Reporter has all the details about JHud’s next role. She’ll be playing a singer named Courtney Clarke in Adam Sandler’s Sandy Wexler, a movie set in the 90s about a Los Angeles talent manager named Sandy Wexler. Sandy Wexler begins shooting in two weeks, and will be released on Netflix sometime in 2017.
Obviously an Adam Sandler direct-to-Netflix movie won’t exactly be the shiniest jewel on Jennifer Hudson’s IMDB page, but she still gets paid for it, so who cares. And who knows? Maybe this Adam Sandler movie won’t be as bad as The Ridiculous 6. Or The Do-Over. What’s that they say about third time’s the charm?
The only other thing known about the Jennifer Hudson’s role in Sandy Wexler is that she plays Adam Sandler’s love interest, and that he falls in love with her at an amusement park. That’s a story I think we can all relate to. I mean, who of us hasn’t experienced the bliss of falling in love with a singer while trying not to throw up corn dogs on the zipper as a remix of Ace of Base’s “Beautiful Life” blares at full-volume into your ear? Tale as old as time.