Grown Ups Trailer Starring Adam Sandler and Friends


Hey look, the gang’s all here! Grown Ups (previously known as The Lake House) is an upcoming comedy that re-unites Adam Sandler with SNL buddies David Spade, Chris Rock and Rob Schneider (not that he and Schneider have been apart for very long). Throw Kevin James into the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for a pretty huge summer blockbuster. The first teaser trailer has hit the web over at Yahoo!, and it’s chock full of nostalgia. The only thing that seems to be missing is… a plot?

In a strange way, the lack of some inane gimmick is kind of refreshing. All we know is that the movie is about five high school buddies who get together thirty years later for a holiday weekend getaway. Sure most of the humour seems painfully low brow, but there is an undeniable chemistry between the cast. It seems a bit like Couples Retreat in that it’s just a group of actors who wanted an excuse to work together again. What do you think, is there a chance this might actually be good? Grown Ups hits theatres on June 25th, 2010; check out the trailer below.

  • why can’t Salma be the one nursing…she does it in Africa?

  • Well it doesn’t get much more cheesy than that.

    Thought Sandler had moved up in the world since Funny People. Guess not.

  • Oh…boy.

  • RJ

    I could careless about the main stars, except maybe Spade (It would be nice to see him in a good comedy). I’m more interested in the supporting cast – Norm MacDonald, Colin Quinn, Maya Rudolph, Tim Meadows and Steve Buscemi.

    It’s a great ensemble but something tells me Dennis Dugan will find a way to screw it up. Why couldn’t Judd Apatow be directing this?

  • Jackson

    This won’t be good.

  • Captain N

    Schneider’s hair looks ridiculous.

  • This kind of humour makes me laugh. I have a soft spot for losers like me.

  • Nate

    Nope, gonna suck.

  • No, of course it won’t be a “good” film. But I think for me it will be enjoyable. Enjoyable and good are two completely different things. Citizen Kane may be the best movie of all time but I don’t enjoy it nearly as much as The Evil Dead, see what I mean? Anyway, Adam Sandler is a guilty pleasure of mine, so i’m looking forward to this. These guys remind me of my dad’s friends. :D (i’m 16, so there around the same age)

  • xego

    The cast here is really something…and that is why it will likely fail to please. All of these guys are smart guys. They are funny men. The reality for them is that their futures are already contractually committed because their talent is a bankable commodity. I can understand the financial common sense of locking in your next paying gig in case what you are working on currently bombs, but when schedules dictate, whatever aspirations, whatever time is needed for the magic to happen may not always be there because it is scheduling that wins the day.