Adam Sandler doubts he'll ever be in a major movie franchise.
The 56-year-old actor has been asked if he'd consider a role in a major motion picture like the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but he doesn't think the opportunity will arise.
Adam told the 'Happy Sad Confused' podcast: "I've never thought about it, maybe because nobody's ever asked me before. I don't know. I'm really into it, I love this stuff. I see that stuff and I'm like, wow , those great movies, but no, that didn't happen and probably won't happen."
Sandler has directed a variety of films, some of which have received negative reviews. However, he explained that while he tries not to be too upset by negative reactions to his films, he wishes his family and friends didn't have to read some of the harsh reviews.
When asked if critical comments hurt, Adam replied, "Sometimes. Mostly because I invite all these amazing people I care about to make movies with me and I wish they didn't have to read shit about it what we did. But I'm not too upset." Sandler then simply recalled his father's advice that not everyone "will like him" and that he would "fail" and "fail" at times in his life.
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