Media visionary petitions Netflix to replace Kevin Spacey with Kevin James 

Netflix has already fired Kevin Spacey from House Of Cards, meaning the show will wrap up its final season without its star—and also, as Netflix surely hopes, without the significant amount of controversy that now follows him. Of course, that’s probably going to necessitate a significant number of rewrites on House Of…

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Kevin Can Wait is now spiraling into an abyss of dead-wife jokes

Let’s quickly recap the saga of Kevin Can Wait’s first wife, played by Erinn Hayes, who was senselessly killed off in between seasons so she could be replaced with Kevin James’ old King Of Queens costar Leah Remini. It’s difficult to call the public response as outrage, more a sort of delighted puzzlement at the…

It doesn't take much to turn Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 into a harrowing horror film

When Paul Thomas Anderson directed Adam Sandler in Punch Drunk Love, he exploited the comedian’s apoplectic man-boy shenanigans for high drama, as all it takes is some silly sound effects to turn violent gesticulations into physical comedy. That much is clear in this recut trailer for Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, the…

Leah Remini will not take the blame for killing the wife on Kevin Can Wait

The ongoing saga of the dead wife on Kevin James’ Kevin Can Wait is, more than anything else, a case of TV-fan schadenfreude, of laughing at the ineptness with which the show backed into the safety of the old King Of Queens cast. It’s always been safe to assume that nobody was actually mad about the between-season…

Wow, so this is how they addressed the dead wife on Kevin Can Wait 

Sitcoms retool. It’s what they do. Sometimes that’s a good thing. Sometimes it’s, well, not. Remember when Jaimie Foxworth’s Judy went to bed and never returned on Family Matters? Or when Christina Applegate was curiously plucked from the ensemble of Up All Night? Also, remember Up All Night? It had potential.

It’s Die Hard with a Segway when Paul Blart gets recut as an action movie

As far as comedy films go, Paul Blart: Mall Cop is already pretty dramatic. It’s about criminals taking over a mall and the one mustachioed, Segway-riding security guard who can stop them, but it’s still somehow even less funny than that makes it sound. Perhaps the problem, then, isn’t that Paul Blart wasn’t funny…

Adam Sandler to appear on Kevin Can Wait as all your dreams come true

Here’s some unbelievably huge news for fans of the Grown Ups series of films: Grown Ups leader Adam Sandler is set to appear on next week’s episode of Kevin James’ CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait. That comes from ET Online, which reports that Sandler will be playing Kevin James’ former police partner who is still on the job…

Kevin James blows up real good in this trailer for True Memoirs Of An International Assassin

Remember Here Comes The Boom, the movie that inexplicably starred Kevin James as an aspiring MMA fighter? As poorly as that went, his career as a hitman in True Memoirs Of An International Assassin seems like it’s going to go even worse—although, to True Memoirs’ credit, Kevin James getting involved in something that…

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Read This: Why Rob Schneider is the worst-reviewed actor in all of film

Earlier today, Vox published an analysis of what it deemed “the actors and actresses who most consistently appear in terrible movies,” a ranking it determined by mining through data from Metacritic. Basically, every major movie gets a score based on how well it was reviewed; the lower the star’s average score, the…