Thursday, July 21, 2016

Jennifer Hudson Cast Opposite Adam Sandler


Academy Award winning actress Jennifer Hudson has been cast as Adam Sandler's love interest in a romantic comedy on Netflix...

In the film, "Sandy Wexler" Adam Sandler stars in the title role as a 90s talent agent with a motley crew of clients.

Jennifer plays singer Courtney Clarke, the client Adam's character falls in love with.

Sandy Wexler is set to stream on Netflix in 2017.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sandler movies stop being good after The Waterboy. (Some people might say Little Nicky & Mr. Deeds)

Anonymous said...

Ugh!

I totally DESPISE movies where they cast a black woman to sleep with a cave demon

disgusting!

Anonymous said...

@11:31am

You WISH someone would cast your ugly Harambee looking ass in a movie! If you don't like it, don't go to see it, you stupid hate-monger! Unless you live on an island somewhere, you are totally dependent on "cave demons" for your food, clothes and job, that is, if you have one! GTFOH!

Anonymous said...

Sandler's movies go straight to the bottom of the dvd bin at Wal-Mart or straight to Netflix! Is his life being threatened to keep making these horrendous films, who's asking for this shit? And Jennifer what the hell baby...Beyawnce would never! They would force Tina to sell beignets in the French quarter before she does this kind of shit!

Anonymous said...

@2:01

Why does every black woman's success must be compared to Boredyonce with you brainwashed, brain dead Stans? JHud is successful in her own right. At least she's getting roles. Directors are avoiding Beyonce's no acting, greedy, theiving ass like the plague.

Anonymous said...

here's my disclaimer i'm not a fan of beyaki but since she's on top right now she get's the dishonorable mention, okay!

Anonymous said...

@11:45, Harambee though? LMFAOOOOOOO

Ron said...

Not my cup of tea I'll pass. If it was black man in the lead role I would support it.

Terry of fakeababydotcom said...

Won't expect too much from this but let's see...

The King Of The Real said...

@11:45 you need help

Anonymous said...

Jennifer does not know her worth. She has an academy award, grammy's, and I believe now a Tony. Adam Sandler movies NEVER do well. Shame.

James Patterson said...

As usual y'all real quick to talk slick without understanding or appreciating the implications of a thing. That Adam Sandler makes movies now exclusively for Netflix is not indicative of his decline. It's indicative of how big a draw he WAS (and mostly still is) at the time of this unprecedented deal. Like his theatrical releaseso or not they made BANK. As far as Jennifer Hudson this is a coup for her. How many of our dark skinned thick girls (regardless of talent or past accolades) get a chance to play a romantic LEAD in a non-black themed movie? And again, even though he might not be what he once was, Sandler is still a pretty big deal and has a lot clout in Hollywood. Millions of people who have/would never see the majority of her work NOW will. This is a big deal for Miss Hudson and while I've never bothered with any of his previous Netflix efforts (nor most of his movies) I will definitely be checking this out to support Jennifer Hudson (and more importantly her bankability).

James Patterson said...

As usual y'all real quick to talk slick without understanding or appreciating the implications of a thing. That Adam Sandler makes movies now exclusively for Netflix is not indicative of his decline. It's indicative of how big a draw he WAS (and mostly still is) at the time of this unprecedented deal. Like his theatrical releaseso or not they made BANK. As far as Jennifer Hudson this is a coup for her. How many of our dark skinned thick girls (regardless of talent or past accolades) get a chance to play a romantic LEAD in a non-black themed movie? And again, even though he might not be what he once was, Sandler is still a pretty big deal and has a lot clout in Hollywood. Millions of people who have/would never see the majority of her work NOW will. This is a big deal for Miss Hudson and while I've never bothered with any of his previous Netflix efforts (nor most of his movies) I will definitely be checking this out to support Jennifer Hudson (and more importantly her bankability).

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