Adam Sandler’s Everlasting Shtick
New York Times
Keiles, Jamie Lauren
A biographical portrait in The New York Times Magazine of Adam Sandler who from 1999 through 2011 "would star in 12 of his own live-action comedies. All but “Little Nicky” — a hellish version of “King Lear,” in which Sandler plays the Devil’s dullard son — would go on to earn more than $100 million. This was a remarkable run of dominance spanning the rise of the internet, three presidencies and the mainstreaming of several more nuanced comedic sensibilities." Click on the link above to read the article.
Entertainers, Theater, movies and television, United States, Sandler, Adam