Adam Sandler‘s latest Netflix comedy, Sandy Wexler, has hardly premiered, and already we’re conference about his subsequent venture. As partial of his altogether prolongation understanding with a streaming giant, Sandler will be re-teaming with his Grown Ups co-star Chris Rock for The Week Of — a comedy, not to be confused with a HBO murder miniseries The Night Of. Netflix announced currently that a movie, destined by Saturday Night Live‘s Robert Smigel (who co-wrote a book with Sandler), will concentration on a time duration before Sandler’s daughter marries Rock’s son, as hijinks are firm to ensue.
Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer, pronounced in a press recover that,
“Adam Sandler and Chris Rock are cornerstones of a Netflix comedy family and we are over a moon about these dual legends reuniting to give a members worldwide a healthy sip of a hilarity that they have been formulating together for years. Similar in a regretful comedy tinge of Sandler’s many new film Sandy Wexler, this film will be a ideal car for Sandler and Rock and their millions of fans around a world.”
According to Netflix, Sandler’s initial 3 cinema on a height — The Do-Over, The Ridiculous Six, and Sandy Wexler — are “three of a biggest releases ever,” though given Netflix doesn’t recover any viewership information we’ll only have to take their word for it.
Netflix has a strong report of strange films on a calendar right now, including David Michôd’s War Machine starring Brad Pitt, Bong Joon-Ho‘s Okja starring Tilda Swinton, and Jake Gyllenhaal; Marti Noxon‘s To The Bone starring Lily Collins; and Adam Wingard‘s Death Note. Though Netflix is looking to furnish film calm that will expected finish adult in subsequent year’s Oscars race, it seems doubtful that The Week Of will be among them …
Are we a vital Sandler or Chris Rock fan who’s vehement for this? While watchful for The Week Of, we can also peruse Dave Trumbore’s ranking of all of Adam Sandler’s films accessible on Netflix.