Adam Sandler does it all in the all-new trailer for his upcoming comedy special Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh, launching on Netflix, October 23, 2018.
Late last month Netflix released a teaser trailer for the upcoming comedy special directed by Sandler’s long-time friend Steven Brill (Little Nicky) and today the popular streaming service dropped an extended look at the upcoming special.
Watch the new trailer for Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh below.
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The 10 Greatest Adam Sandler Movies Ever Made
Adam Sandler was once considered the most adored celebrity in the entertainment industry. Yes, he’s still beloved for what he has done, but not so much for what he is doing. For those coming to Adam Sandler party late: no, he didn’t always make terrible movies. His recent obsession with casting his closest friends to take care of his closest friends has somewhat spoiled a lasting legacy, but if you want proof that he’s done some excellent stuff, check out the following!
10. I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007)
We’ll start in the gray area of the Adam Sandler library. I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry could easily be tossed into the another category of Sandler’s biggest flops. But the sentiment was sincere, and the comedy of errors played well, making it a watchable movie. We won’t go so far as to call it a film. Adam was bound to take advantage of his funny man friend, Kevin James, and this one worked well for the two of them. Adding names like Jessica Biel and Ving Rhames to the mix certainly didn’t hurt the box office punch. And of course, Sandler movie regulars, Steve Buscemi and Dan Aykroyd were injected into the on screen magic. If you haven’t seen it, two straight NYFD veterans pose as a gay couple in order to enjoy partner benefits, and the comedy unfolds.