SPORTS FAN ADAM SANDLER HOLDS UP PRODUCTION TO WATCH RED SOX

Not EVERYONE is happy with the affable Adam Sandler on the set of his currently filming movie Grown Ups 2 on location in Massachusetts. The cast, which includes Chris Rock, Andy Samberg, Salma Hayek, David Spade, Maya Rudolph, Taylor Lautner, and Patrick Schwarzenegger, and most of all, the CREW, are tired of waiting around for Adam. Adam is in the habit of holding up the entire production to go watch a Red Sox game in his TV tent, which has a huge screen playing the game, and several smaller screens showing continuous ESPN and sport events. Sometimes everyone ends up sitting around for around 17 hours straight waiting for Adam, and although they get paid, they’re not thrilled. Adam figures they’re happy getting all that overtime money, but behind his back the crew laments that NOT everyone cares about sports, and they would MUCH rather get the job done and get back to their lives and families.

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8 thoughts on “SPORTS FAN ADAM SANDLER HOLDS UP PRODUCTION TO WATCH RED SOX

  1. i wish he would hold up production forever
    he is a talentless F___, like too many other idiots that some how still continue to get their idiotic movies made……

  2. americans just like to watch things.
    …..just watching, NOTHING MORE!!

  3. yuck yuck yuck yuck Smells like stinky cheese
    yuck yuck yuck yuck Retire now please

    *my ode to Adam Sandler*

  4. Wow, I must be in the dark but I was not aware that baseball games take 17 hours to play.

  5. During hard times people just wanna laugh and, they are tire of left wing indoctrination coming out of State Run Hollywood.

  6. *eyeroll* Right. Because Sandler has never heard of, and does not own a DVR. Nor could he call up the head of sports programming and just ASK for a copy of the game. If you’re going to write salacious and titillating gossip, at least give my suspension of disbelief a fighting chance to rebound before snapping.

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