Evolution of Hulk

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, listen as VFX artists take a look at the evolution of the different big screen versions of The Incredible Hulk, from Eric Bana in Hulk in 2003 to Mark Ruffalo in Avengers: Endgame. Plus, watch a virtual Q&A session that Borat had with fans over the weekend, and get some laughs from the Hubie Halloween bloopers reel. Read More »

Even the biggest Adam Sandler fan has to admit that not every at-bat is a homerun. This has been particularly true of his Netflix tenure. The smaller stakes nature of Netflix exhibition has at times allowed Sandler to try fun ideas that would never make it to the big screen (Sandy Wexler) but also get away with lazier executions (The Do-Over). 

The newly released Hubie Halloween falls somewhere in the middle. There isn’t much to it, overall, but it’s also one of the funniest recent Adam Sandler films thanks to a star-studded cast of folks getting weird with it and an admirable commitment to running gags. It won’t convert any Sandler haters, but fans should definitely check this one out. In fact, I have counted the reasons why you should check it out. There are eight of them.

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hubie halloween trailer new

During the last Oscar race, Adam Sandler said that if the Academy failed to give him a nomination for Uncut Gems he would make the worst movie possible as revenge. Anyway, here’s a new trailer for Hubie Halloween! The new Netflix movie has the Sandman adopting yet another weird voice as he tries to protect a small town from danger on Halloween. It looks very, very stupid, and I will probably watch the entire thing.

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hubie halloween trailer

Every decade or so, Adam Sandler will emerge from semi-retirement to remind us that he really can act. And we, like the idiots we are, won’t give him the recognition he deserves. But this time, Sandler is coming back to his bad comedy career with a vengeance, having declared last year that if he didn’t get an Oscar for his spectacular performance in Uncut Gems, he would make a movie “that is so bad on purpose just to make you all pay.” He didn’t get the Oscar. Watch the trailer for Hubie Halloween below.

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hubie halloween

During the last awards season, Adam Sandler jokingly said that if he failed to score an Oscar nomination for Uncut Gems, he would “come back and do [a Netflix movie] that is so bad on purpose just to make you all pay.” Well, The Sandman did not get his Oscar nom, and now we’re about to see if he was really kidding about that deliberately bad Netflix movie. Because Sandler will next be seen in Hubie Halloween, which just revealed its first spine-tingling images.

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