Sandler's Drinking Buddy Gets His Very Own Movie

by | September 1, 2005 | Comments

From Adam Sandler‘s Happy Madison production shingle comes "Grandma’s Boy," a comedy about a video-game tester (Allen Covert) who’s forced to share a house with three old ladies. Feel free to check out the trailer right here.

The movie marks the leading man debut of Mr. Covert, whom you most likely remember as a second (or third) banana in every single one of Adam Sandler’s movies.

"Grandma’s Boy" promises lots of crotch jokes, marijuana smoking, and guest appearances from the likes of Rob Schneider, David Spade, and Adam Sandler.

For your $8.50 you’ll also get a dose of Linda Cardellini, Doris Roberts, Shirley Jones, and Kevin Nealon. The Fox production is scheduled for release on January 6th.

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