The new movie Pixels is in theaters everywhere tomorrow.
Directed by Christopher Columbus, the man who brought you the first Harry Potter film, Pixels is all about an alien invasion that begins when the extraterrestrials misinterpret video feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, and attack the Earth in the form of the video games. That’s when Adam Sandler and his group of geeky friends try to save the day.
We sat down with Kevin James, Josh Gad, Adam Sandler, and the rest of the Pixels cast for an all access look into the film. We found out Adam is a great kisser, Kevin likes working with his friends, and more.
Watch our exclusive interviews above and hit up theaters to see Pixels this weekend.
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2. Family outings that look like this.Source:Getty 2 of 18
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4. Taking over the red carpet with daddy.Source:Getty 4 of 18
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13. Worthy of all the heart eyes that can fit into 140 characters.Source:Instagram 13 of 18
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18. A wife who doesn't mind playing Connect Four with you.Source:Instagram 18 of 18
Adam Sandler, Kevin James, & Josh Gad Talk Saving The World From ’80s Video Game Monsters In “Pixels” was originally published on globalgrind.com