Netflix has released a new trailer for The Do-Over.
The second in its four-movie deal with Adam Sandler, the film stars Sandler as Max and David Spade as Charlie, old friends tired of their mundane lives who reunite at their 25th high school reunion and decide to wipe the slate clean.
Adam Sandler’s The Do-Over gets May release date and trailer
Originally published 22nd March 2016
Netflix has unveiled a trailer for its next Adam Sandler film.
The Do-Over, the second in its four-movie deal with the comedian, will be released on Friday 27th May, less than six months after his first streaming original, The Ridiculous Six. That was panned by critics, but proved hugely popular with subscribers, according to Netflix, which said the spoof Western was its most-watched film on the site shortly after its release.
“People love Adam’s films on Netflix and often watch them again and again,” the streaming giant declared when it first signed the deal with Sandler. “His appeal spans across viewers of all ages – everybody has a favourite movie, everyone has a favourite line – not just in the US but all over the world.”
The Do-Over sees Sandler play Max and David Spade play Charlie, old friends tired of their mundane lives who reunite at their 25th high school reunion for the ultimate mulligan: they decide to wipe the slate clean for a do-over.
After faking their deaths and assuming new identities, could their lives be better the second time around?
The film reunites Sandler with Little Nicky director Steven Brill, with the script penned by Kevin Barnett, Chris Pappas.
Sandler is a producer on the project, alongside Kevin Grady and co-producers Paul Sado and Pernille Trojgaard. Barry Bernardi and Kris Meyer are exec producers.
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