We all suspected it, but it took Adam Sandler to finally admit it: Most of the funnyman’s movies are basically just an excuse to go on a sweet paid vacation.
Appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this week to promote his latest comedy “Blended,” Sandler answered in the affirmative when Kimmel asked if his movies are just an excuse to go somewhere nice on vacation.
“Yes,” came Sandler’s unequivocal answer. “I have done that since ‘50 First Dates.’ It was written in another place. I said, ‘Imagine if we did it in Hawaii, how great that movie would be?’ And they said, ‘Yeah, that’s a very artistic idea.’ I’ve been doing that ever since.”
It’s true. Ever since the 2004 rom-com “50 First Dates” (which also stars his “Wedding Singer” and “Blended” collaborator Drew Barrymore), most of Sandler’s movies have either been filmed in or heavily featured exotic locales. Parts 2008’s “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan” was filmed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and 2011’s “Just Go With It” shot almost entirelyRead More »from Adam Sandler confesses what we already knew: His movies are paid vacations