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In addition to Sandler, other actors mentioned in this year's list include Johnny Depp, Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock who is the only female star in the list.
Following the massive leak of information from Sony Pictures due to a recent hacking, some negative feedback about the company allegedly written by their staff lands online.
Check out Butler, Chloe Moretz, Chris Pratt, Adam Sandler and other celebrities' hilarious reactions after reading the mean tweets directed at them.
Sandler is set to read the role of Lester Burham which earned Kevin Spacey an Academy Award for Best Actor.
Under the deal, the 'Blended' star will produce and star in four films that will be streaming exclusively on Netflix.
Roger said he was 'totally distraught' at Richard's passing, meanwhile Adam said he would 'never forget' his 'Happy Gilmore' co-star.
A woman named Deanne McDonald who previously worked for the 'Grown Ups 2' actor and his family is now ordered to repay him $80,000 for breaching confidentiality agreement.
'Why should I? I don't know how good it would be. I'm slow now,' the former cast member of the NBC variety series responds when asked why he will never host the show.
One Direction and Jennifer Lawrence won the most nods at the awards show while producer Dan Schneider received the show's first lifetime award ever.
The 'Wedding Singer' and '50 First Dates' co-stars recall their first meeting and promise to love each other even when they get older in the sweet and funny song.
This year's 'Worst' nomination list is once again linked to Adam Sandler whose movie 'Grown Ups 2' appear in almost every category.
The '50 First Dates' on-screen couple reunites for another romantic comedy set against the exotic background of Africa.
The upcoming guest-starring gig will reunite Sandler and Andy Samberg, who co-starred in movies 'That's My Boy' and 'Grown Ups 2'.
The 'Jack and Jill' actor is ranked first, while the 'We're the Millers' actress is lucky enough to sit outside the top 5 at the eighth place.
Cameron Diaz might as well take part in the adaptation of Chad Kultgen's book, which reportedly has been scripted by 'Juno' director Jason Reitman.