Hasselhoff, Beckinsale, Sandler and Walken go "Click"

by | April 21, 2005 | Comments

Although it’s obviously too soon to tell if Adam Sandler‘s next comedy, "Click," will "click" with the moviegoers, it can be said that producers are surrounding the star with a colorful cast of characters. Joining Sandler and Christopher Walken in the high-concept comedy are the lovely Kate Beckinsale ("Underworld") and the iconic David Hasselhoff ("The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie").The Hollywood Reporter indicates that "the story centers on a workaholic architect who discovers a remote control that allows him to fast forward and rewind to different parts of his life." Frank Coraci ("Around the World in 80 Days") will be directing from a screenplay by Mark O’Keefe ("Bruce Almighty"), Steven Koren ("Superstar"), and Tim Herlihy (who was written six of Sandler’s previous movies).

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