Aniston and Sandler set for Netflix sequel

Murder Mystery team at screening

Murder Mystery team at screening

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming service is now in negotiations with the original movie's writer Jame Vanderbilt to return for the sequel.

A sequel to Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler's Murder Mystery is in the works at Netflix.

It was a poorly received comedy film (which now has a 45% on Rotten Tomatoes) that was made under Sandler's massive deal with Netflix - a deal which we'll likely never see the end to as long as the algorithm keeps working and people keep leaving their TVs on while an Adam Sandler comedy starts to auto-play. Sandler has a first-look handle Netflix and makes most of his movement photos for the streamer.

In case you haven't seen it yet, the movie follows a New York City cop who takes his wife, an avid fan of murder mystery novels, on a long-awaited European vacation.

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But when Quince is murdered, the out-of-place American couple soon become the prime suspects.

Sharing the news to Twitter, the streaming service wrote "ADAM SANDLER AND JENNIFER ANISTON BREAKING NEWS ALERT".

To compare, the Sandra Bullock-led Bird Box had over (according to Netflix) 45 million accounts watch it in seven days globally.

Whereas Netflix doesn't, as a rule, uncover viewership of its movies, neither is there an outfit freely bookkeeping the numbers, the group introduced that virtually 31 million household items noticed the movement image within the preliminary 72 hours, making it one of many biggest opening ends of the week in Netflix's historical past.

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