The Week Of — Official Trailer

source:   netflix.com

added: Tue, Feb 27th '18

Adam Sandler and Chris Rock have reunited for another wacky family comedy -- this time, they're playing two stubborn dads who can't help but to find themselves butting heads over their children's wedding in the new official trailer for "The Week Of."

Also starring SNL alum Rachel Dratch as Sandler's wife and Steve Buscemi as one of Sandler's kooky New Jersey relatives, the Netflix original film is chronicling a week in the lives of two large and somewhat dysfunctional families -- one Jewish and one African American -- who come together to celebrate the wedding of their children (played by Roland Buck III and Allison Strong).

Sandler plays the father of the bride, a blue-collar guy who only wants the best for his daughter, yet is only willing to pay affordable prices for her wedding ceremony. Meanwhile, Rock is the father of the groom, a successful surgeon who desperately wants to help out financially when hotel accommodations don't turn out as planned. However, Sandler's character is determined to take care of everything himself, coming up with last-minute resolutions like moving both families into his small New Jersey home a week before the nuptials. Which is escalating tensions between the two proud fathers.

Emmy-winning SNL vet Robert Smigel, who is better known as the creator and voice behind Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog, is directing the Netflix comedy from a script he co-wrote with Sandler.

"The Week Of" will start streaming on April 27th.

synopsis:
When two very different fathers (Adam Sandler and Chris Rock) come together for their children's wedding, everything that could go wrong, does. Watch the hilarious hijinks as the two try to keep everything afloat, while dealing with their families ... and each other. Before they get to the big day, they have to go through a long week.

 

directed by   Robert Smigel

starring   Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Rachel Dratch, Steve Buscemi, Roland Buck III, Allison Strong, Rob Morgan, Noah Robbins, Melanie Nicholls-King, Scott Cohen, Joel Marsh Garland

release date   April 27, 2018 (on Netflix)

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