Seriously, who's laughing now?
Adam Sandler's latest comedy, "Just Go With It," passed $100 million at the domestic box office this weekend, making it the 12th film featuring the comedian to pass that financial milestone.
The movie, which stars Sandler as a man who fools women into liking him by pretending that he is getting divorced, was released in mid-February and has since made $100.3 million, according to an estimate from distributor Sony Pictures. The movie has made less money overseas, collecting $62.8 million from 23 foreign markets including Russia, Brazil and Germany.
Since 2000, every film released in more than 2,500 theaters that the actor has been in has made that much money, with the exception of 2009's "Funny People" and 2004's "Spanglish." Both those movies were comedies with strong dramatic plot lines that failed to resonate with broader audiences.