Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore Remake Script

Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore Remake Script

Happy Gilmore Remake Script

It looks like there’s a chance for Happy Gilmore, arguably one of Adam Sandler‘s most beloved movies, to be getting a sequel. After just celebrating its 25th anniversary, Sandler expressed a sequel would be “so amazing.” The Happy Gilmore Remake is on the way.


Happy Gilmore Remake
Happy Gilmore Remake
Sandler and Christopher McDonald sat down for a discussion on The Dan Patrick Show where Dan Patrick asked whether a possible Happy Gilmore 2 was ever considered. “It has not been discussed, but it has certainly been discussed on the internet,” said Sandler. “Believe me, that ‘Senior Tour’ idea, it would be so amazing.” Next, Patrick asked if he could greenlight the sequel, to which Sandler replied “Yes. Yes, you can greenlight this.” McDonald, who played Shooter McGavin, added “I would love to do it. Everyone’s been screaming for it, like Adam said, on the internet. I just gotta say, it would be a complete blast, the Senior Tour with us too, oh my god.”

A number of individuals have been working on the project: Jana SandlerJohn RestallGeorge CawoodCynthia Pett-Dante, Jessica Kovacevic, Eli Thomas, Steven Brill, Doug Lucterhand, Nick Hoagland.

Watch a brief clip of Adam Sandler’s interview on The Dan Patrick Show.

Adam Sandler just green light ‘Happy Gilmore 2’!!!

‘Happy Gilmore’ hasn’t been this hot since the Clinton Administration. Thanks to Adam Sandler’s absurdly viral tribute (5.2 million views and counting) on the film’s 25th anniversary, the iron has seemingly never been hotter for Happy, Shooter, Virginia, Gary Potter, Mr. Larson, and the rest of the Professional Golfers Tour. And yet somehow, in this remake of a sequel of an adaptation of a world we live in, ‘Happy Gilmore 2,’ despite years of message board wishcasting and reddit fan fic, has still yet to see the light of day.

Our long wait may have finally come to an end on Wednesday, however, when Adam Sandler and Christopher McDonald joined ‘The Dan Patrick Show’ to gab about their newly rediscovered rivalry. Midway through the conversation, Patrick shifted gears to the possibility, or lack thereof, of ‘Happy Gilmore 2’ and this is what the duo had to say about a potential return to the (now senior) Tour.

Happy Madison Productions

Sandler formed his film production company, Happy Madison Productions,[31] in 1999, first producing fellow SNL alumnus Rob Schneider’s film Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. The company has produced most of Sandler’s subsequent films to date. The majority of the company’s films have received negative reviews from critics, with three considered to be among the worst ever made[32] yet most have performed well at the box office.

Others who frequently appear in Sandler films include David Spade, Kevin James, Steve Buscemi, Chris Rock, John Turturro, Peter Dante, Allen Covert, Jonathan Loughran, and Jon Lovitz.

In 2014, Netflix announced a four-movie deal with Adam Sandler and Happy Madison Productions.[33] In January 2020, Netflix announced a new four-movie deal worth up to $275 million.

The company is located on the Sony/Columbia Pictures lot in Culver City, California.

Adam Sandler’s Personal life

Sandler has been married to Jacqueline “Jackie” Sandler (née Titone) since June 2003. She had converted to Sandler’s religion, Judaism. The couple have two daughters, Sadie (born May 2006) and Sunny (born November 2008). Sandler’s wife and children often appear in his films.

Sandler is a supporter of the Republican Party. In 2007, Sandler made a $1 million donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in his hometown, Manchester, New Hampshire. The same year, he donated $2,100 to former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign.


This is a partial list of Sandler’s film and television work. For the complete list, see Adam Sandler filmography.

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