People love Adam Sandler. Only Netflix users were said to watch Sandler's $ 2 billion content as he contracted with the streaming team. He had his latest film, the everfulless, comedic thriller Do not remove Stones, recording height; it is now the biggest release of the A24 so far. The man is a real movie star.
And as a real movie star, He is very good at giving real movie talks.
The Academy Awards are completely blown away Do not remove Stones from Sandler's lead acting to the brain behind the film, Safdie's siblings – leading many of us Gemmers (acting title) to throw our hands up in rebellion. “Do not remove Stones is one of the best movies of 2019! How could this be! ”
The 2020 Independent Ghost Awards, the most prestigious independent films of the year, have heard the call. Not only did Sandler receive the Actors nomination alongside Chris Galust (Give Me Freedom), Kelvin Harrison Jr. (Not at all), Robert Pattinson (Lighting
Taking the stage, Sandler looked humble to be there. After that he gave a sweet and humorous talk about his critical history, his Netflix deal, and the idea of "Adam Sandler" winning any kind of award. That's what any movie lover wants to do in an Oscar interview, but rarely does the Oscars themselves.
You can watch the full interview in the video above, with the subtitle.
Hi, thank you so much man, that's cool. Thank you, I love you guys, thank you. I'll try to be quick, my speech too long to try to air it. Also, I love you – should they ever cut me – I love you to my wife and my children and my family and I love you. Well, I wrote the talk, look, we're in a hurry:
Hi, my name is Adam Sandler. Thank you. I stand in front of you trembling with a beautiful face as I find this so-called excellent character, speaking up for independence. First of all, it's great to see our manager Aubrey Plaza again. Aubrey and I made a film entitled Funny People 11 years ago. It was actually the last time that critics pretended not to hate me for five minutes of evil. Hold you for another 11 years, Aubrey!
I would like to announce my colleagues, who will now be known as “the guys who failed to steal Adam Sandler.” How is that possible? Independent movie? Adam Sandler? "To get my movie I had to sit in my car without the black Ralphs, I begged the fucking kickstarter nicknames, and everything Sandler did made Ted Sarandos stoned."
A few weeks back, when I was discriminated against by the Academy, it was reminiscent of when I briefly attended high school and was overlooked by the beloved annual section of Best Book. That honor was given to a jeanhead-wearing jeanhead douchebag in the name of Skipper Jenkins. But my classmates respected me for being named Best Personality. And tonight, as I look around this room, I see that, the Independent Ghost Awards are Best Hollywood Personality Awards. So let all those featherhead douchebag momfuckers get their Oscars tomorrow night! Their good looks will fade over time, while our independent personality will shine forever!
I have a lot, I'm sorry, I have a safari for this. But in all seriousness, independent films have become a huge part of Adam Sandler's environment. From my first film, a fearless look at the American education system with the mentality of Billy Fucking Madison to my first American college foosball test and to the illusion of entertainment-challenged athletes like Pastor Bobby Boucher, I have tried to sell my facts in an independent fashion, while posing and the payment of a really big paycheck.
But tonight now Do not remove Stones. I want to thank other people. First, of course, the person who shared my life, my home, my laughter, my tears: Scot Rudin. Two years ago, Scott said these words that would change my life completely: "No, those are not homeless guards, they are the Safdie brothers." , I love you guys and I'm glad we are now strong. I also want to say thank you to anyone who has worked on any of the comics I did years ago. You guys, I love you, and I'm glad we did all the work together that the Super and Noah and everyone loved our stuff enough to add me to their stuff.
And I really want to thank my kids for reading Do not remove Stones and say, "Daddy, you have to make this movie. Funny things." My wife I love you – thank you for working with me and thank you for meeting me, and we really enjoyed it, so I love you.