Kevin James And Adam Sandler Reteam To Play Valets

When analyzing potential movies, those outside the industry almost exclusively focus on the creative element. Which actors play off each other best? Who seems to be most embody the role? All these questions are definitely important, but they refuse to consider the human element. Actors are just people looking for new jobs, and sometimes it's fun to just relax and work with your friends.

According to Deadline, buddies Adam Sandler and Kevin James have decided to once again work together. The duo, previously seen in I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry and Grown Ups, have pitched and sold a script idea that would see the two work as Miami valet attendants. Problems arise when they witness a murder, and well, you probably know where it goes from there.

James will pen the script along with his buddy former King Of Queens producer Nick Bakay, who also wrote the James-starrers Paul Blart: Mall Cop and the upcoming The Zookeeper (you may remember Bakay as the voice of the cat on Sabrina The Teenage Witch). No word yet on when the script may be completed or when filming might begin, but one would expect something like this to be turned around pretty quickly.

I'm not completely sold on the Sandler/James partnership, but I have no doubt the two have a damn good time making movies together.

Mack Rawden
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