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  1. Cultural Consultant on Adam Sandler’s Ridiculous Six Explains Why He Left Set; #WalkOffNetflix Movement Gains Strength

    Last week approximately a dozen Native American actors and crew--including cultural consultant and film veteran Bruce Klinekole--walked off the set of the Netflix Adam Sandler film Ridiculous Six after their concerns over the movies' depiction of Native women and elders and its inaccurate representation of Apache culture went ignored.

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  2. Video Shows Producer on Adam Sandler’s Ridiculous Six Telling Native American Actors to Leave “If You Are Overly Sensitive”

    "Here's the thing, if you are overly sensitive about it...then you should probably leave." <-----ACTUAL THING THEY SAID

    "You're trying to tell us what's disrespectful to us? You try to call us names, and we say it's disrespectful and you say it's not?"

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  3. Netflix Defends Adam Sandler’s Ridiculous Six After Native American Actors Walk Off Set in Protest of Horribly Offensive Script

    Whitesplaining Six, more like

    Approximately a dozen Native American actors have walked off the set of Adam Sandler's Ridiculous Six in protest of the film's offensive depiction of Native women and elders and its misrepresentation of Apache culture.

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  4. The First Pixels Trailer is Here, Make of That What You Will

    Wreck-It Ralph meets Grown Ups. Yay?

    I give it 3 Dinklage mullets out of 5. How are you guys feeling about our first real look at Pixels?

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  5. VANILLA ICE to Play MARK TWAIN in Movie Directed By ADAM SANDLER, You Don’t Know the Half of It

    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere/ The ceremony of innocence is drowned.

    Remember back in October, when Adam Sandler announced that he'd signed a four-movie deal (one for each of the apocalypse's horsemen) with Netflix because the streaming service's name "“rhymes with wet chicks?” Well, the rough beast's hour has come round at last.

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  6. Adam Sandler Signs On To Do Four Movies With Netflix, Because It “Rhymes With Wet Chicks”

    A compelling argument.

    Well, this is certainly a weird direction to go after announcing a Crouching Tiger sequel.

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  7. Adam Sandler’s Candy Land Movie Stuck in Molasses Swamp (AKA Hit with Lawsuit)

    With Judge Gloppy presiding.

    Back in January of 2012, it was announced that Adam Sandler would produce and star in a Candyland movie from Columbia Pictures and Hasbro. Naturally we all took this to be a sign of the impending apocalypse and calmly awaited out fates. Luckily the world didn't end—and even better, the movie might be in trouble now if the original copyright owners of the popular board game have anything to say about it.

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  8. Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Is Named the Year’s Worst Movie by the Razzies. Go On, Act Surprised.

    Of Course!

    There were worse movies to come out this year, to be sure. But, like the Oscars they were created to mock, the Razzie Awards is just a yearly bit of fluff that picks their winners (or "winners") based on mostly meaningless criteria. So let's just sit back and have fun with it, yeah?

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  9. Adam Sandler Is Going to Produce and Star in the Candyland Movie

    Thank You?

    Good morning, readers! Allow us to present a story that will leave you either scratching your heads or throwing a heavy object at the wall: Columbia Pictures and Hasbro have announced that the Candyland movie they've been working on (the one based on the board game -- that has been described as "an operatic, ‘King Lear’-like civil war in a kingdom that just happened to be made completely out of candy" -- has found a production partner in Happy Madison Productions. That would be Adam Sandler's production company. And if you're wondering if it's going to star Adam Sandler ... then you have wondered correctly. Wow. What to do about all these mixed feelings I'm having.

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  10. Character Actress Frances Bay Dies At 92. She Could “Swear Like a Fishwife.”

    so long and thanks for all the fish

    Frances Bay, whose career spanned decades and didn't even start until she was in her 50s, passed away this past Thursday at the age of 92. Born in 1919 in Mannville, Alberta, Canada, she scored her first film in 1978 -- Foul Play -- and went on to appear in several popular TV shows and films including Happy Days, Seinfeld, and Happy Gilmore, in which she was memorably threatened by a mustachioed Ben Stiller.

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  11. New, American Bleach Movie in the Works

    Everyone's favorite Soul Reapin' manga Bleach could be making its way to the silver screen. THR's Heat Vision blog reports that Warner Bros. is currently in the process of acquiring the rights to the epically long manga, and that Peter Segal (yes, the guy who directed Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore rom-com 50 First Dates) would be producing the movie, in collaboration with his partner Michael Ewing and with Bleach's English-language publisher Viz Media.

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