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Kevin James, Adam Sandler, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | December 8, 2010 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | December 8, 2010 |

  • Kevin James and Adam Sandler are planning to make yet another movie together because, why not, after the success of Grown Ups and Chuck and Larry (I blame Sandler for ruining Kevin James, who I once liked). This one would be called Valet Guys, an action comedy about two valets who witness a murder, go on the run, and undoubtedly make a lot of fat jokes. Isn’t it about time that Kevin James at least attempted a dramatic role or a supporting character in an indie? Is he even capable? (Deadline)

  • Apparently, there are never enough Robin Hood movies in existence. The Wachowskis are contemplating another, Hood, a modern urban take on the classic. They have reached out to Will Smith in hopes that he’d take the lead. (THR)

  • Victor Fresco, the man behind the amazing, hilarious short-lived sitcoms “Andy Richter Controls the Universe” and “Better Off Ted” (the cancellation of the latter still smarts) is taking another stab at it with “Sunnyside,” an ABC sitcom about a man who goes back to his hometown to raise his family and try not to turn into his parents. It’s a remake of a Swedish television series called “Solsidan.” It will no doubt be zany. And incredibly smart. And cancelled after 11 episodes. (Vulture)

  • Heartbreaking news: Method Man has announced that there will be no How High 2. Let’s all smoke a grieve bowl. (Billboard via Vulture)

  • Finally, here’s 41 seconds of blah. I mean that in the most literal sense imaginable:

    (Hat Tip: Harry Hanrahan)

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