Netflix has released the latest trailer for Adam Sandler’s Halloween movie, Hubie Halloween, and like the first one, it’s completely absurd.
Hubie Halloween follows Sandler’s character, Hubie Dubois, who over the years has defended his city–Salem, Massachusetts–from the dangers of the spooky holiday. In this particular year, however, the danger is more real and people begin vanishing. Hubie tries to convince everyone in town that the monsters are real and “only he can stop them.”
The movie features a long list of Sandler’s friends and other funny people, including Kenan Thompson, Kevin James, and Maya Rudolph. Oscar-nominated actress June Squibb plays Sandler’s mother, while Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta, Noah Schnapp, Steve Buscemi, and Tim Meadows also feature in the movie. Here’s the trailer:
Hubie Halloween–which premieres on October 7–was directed by Steven Brill, who also directed Sandler’s other Netflix movies The Do-Over and Sandy Wexler. Their partnership goes back well before that, however, as Brill also directed Sandler’s earlier hits, including Mr. Deeds and Little Nicky.
Sandler’s Netflix movies are extremely popular. As of February 1, users worldwide have collectively streamed more than 2 billion minutes of Sandler’s movies on the service. Netflix and Sandler are staying in business together for a further four movies.
Sandler is still making movies outside Netflix, too, as he starred in the well-received Uncut Gems. That movie is now streaming in the US, but it’s nothing like his comedic fare and is very intense, so be aware of that before clicking play.
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