Adam Sandler wants workers on the set of his new film 'Born to Be a Star' to get naked to stop those from starring in it from being nervous. Adam Sandler wants workers on his new film to be naked. The year-old actor is the writer and producer of 'Born to Be a Star' - about a boy who moves to Hollywood to become a porn star - and came up with the novel idea to stop those starring in it from being nervous.
Buddies from junior high, when they won a basketball championship, they reunite 30 years later for the New England funeral of their beloved coach. By the lake, he hopes his spoiled brats who live for video games and communicate with their nanny via text message will discover the simple pleasures. Not likely.
Mark Jenkins. Adam Sandler's been a movie star for a long time now, so even viewers who are allergic to his charms have been pretty well immunized against his brand of year-old-boy-in-a-dumpy-man's-body humor. But there's still one thing that can chill the Sandler-averse to the marrow: the scene where the jejune hostility drops away so the movie can deliver a lesson about how to be a cool dad.
McGregor once held the dubious honour of doing just about more full-frontal nudity than any A-lister in Hollywood. It has vanished from public view… along with your local video store. Today the industry has been brought low, a victim of on-demand streaming services, internet TV and the behemoth it once shunned. Even the mighty Civic Newtown shut its doors for good in July after 35 yearsits remaining loyal customers paying their respects and walking out with second-hand DVDs and Yowie bars in their arms.
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In Honduras, many residents feel trapped by poverty, violence, and addiction. Migration from Central America has surged, but in Honduras, some Christians are doing unsung work to make their country a safer place to live. With a competitive movie environment and new hurdles to distribution, some worthy films go unseen by American audiences.