Leaving his cargo shorts and usual studio behind and heading west, toward the promise of funnier wigs and even disproportionately-hotter wives, Adam Sandler has left Sony to set up a comedic Western over at Paramount.
Happy Madison would reveal few details on the project, but thanks to Deadline, there are a couple clues as to what to expect. For one: the film's title, Ridiculous 6, which would seem to allude to a Magnificent Seven-like premise, and likely the inclusion of much of the cast of Grown-Ups. Secondly: there's that bit in Jack & Jill where Female Sandler crushes a pony. So maybe that again, but this time it's Kevin James that's too fat.
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