Imp Awards has a new poster for the upcoming film Grown Ups 2.
I’m convinced that Grown Ups is the comedic equivalent of The Expendables. I wish that were a compliment.
These guys were my heroes growing up and as cool as it sounds having them all together on a big film, it doesn’t work. The same as The Expendables and its sequel didn’t work.
Below is a list of the best projects these four comedic actors have been involved in. I compile this list with upmost sincerity and respect for these gentlemen that I grew up watching.
Kevin James: King of Queens (1998-2007)
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