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Adam Sandler, Sony Pictures Prep 'Grown Ups' Sequel

You asked for it America. By buying all those tickets and helping Grown Ups to $162 million ($271 million worldwide), you've given Adam Sandler the green light to possibly make his first sequel.

Sony Pictures and Happy Madison Productions are in talks with Grown Ups scribe Fred Wolf to write a sequel. Sandler has no deal in place for Grown Ups 2 as his involvement is contingent on the script. And yes, amid all the ad-libbing in the first movie, there actually was a script.
It's too early to tell if Kevin James, David Spade, Chris Rock and the rest of the Grown Ups cast will return but considering it was the highest grossing Sandler movie of all time, it's only a matter of time before names start appearing on the cast list and paychecks are cashed.
Sandler has been in a bit of a slump recently. The three most recent Happy Madison movies – Zookeeper, Bucky Larson and Jack and Jill, have been box office duds. The company's next movie pair Sandler with "SNL"'s Andy Samberg in Donny's Boy and is due out in June.
Do you want more Grown Ups? Or should Sandler just retire and enjoy the heaping pile of cash he's made over the past 30 years?
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