Five Young Comedians Seen on the New 'Grown Ups' Banner
Didn't we just see a young Adam Sandler in Funny People? If you went to the movies recently, you might've seen this new banner for Dennis Dugan's comedy Growns Ups starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade. The banner has five very young-looking photos of all five of those comedians to make people interested in seeing how these five "friends" will act as grown ups. We featured the first teaser trailer for this back in November. While it wasn't a very long trailer, I thought it looked like it could be good. Even if you're not interested, it's still pretty cool seeing these photos. I wonder if they're real?
Thirty years after their high school graduation, five friends reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Grown Ups is directed by long-time comedy director Dennis Dugan, of You Don't Mess with the Zohan, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, The Benchwarmers, National Security, Saving Silverman, Big Daddy, Beverly Hills Ninja, and Happy Gilmore previously. The screenplay was co-written by Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy (Bedtime Stories, Mr. Deeds), and Fred Wolf (Dickie Roberts, Without a Paddle). Sony is bringing Grown Ups to theaters everywhere on June 25th, 2010 next summer. Is this movie growing on you at all?
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
First time hitting the first comment, anyway....It looked interesting, I'm curious in seeing a longer trailer
Blue & Orange NY on Dec 26, 2009
"I wonder if they're real?" What else would they have done?!
AJ on Dec 26, 2009
"I wonder if they're real?" I've said it before and I'll say it again: You guys are morons.
U.R. Dumb on Dec 26, 2009
this is one of the many ensemble movies coming out next year (this one has 5 famous comedy actors) the other two ensemble movies are valentine's day (a whole bunch of famous romantic comedy actors) and the expendables (a lot of famous action stars)
brian on Dec 26, 2009
Ok.... so you guys are saying you think these pictures are fake... that the studio decided that paying a firm Thousands of dollars to physically create new pictures vs asking each actor for a picture. What is more plausible. Why do you have to ask.
Jason on Dec 26, 2009
I just looked at the trailer again.... the young actors in the movies do not resemble these pictures. So they look like real enough to me... and I am taking them as such. I don't care if there really is a conspiracy behind these pictures that they are fake but made to look real. I don't need to waste any braincell worrying about it.
Jason on Dec 26, 2009
Alex I'd say that they are real. Funny how Chris Rock still looks the same today!!
Last Son on Dec 26, 2009
Wheres Collin Quinns photo?
Me on Dec 27, 2009
who cares if the pics are real or not? movie will still suck.
voice of reason on Dec 27, 2009
Wow! David Spade is kinda lacking in variety when it come to haircuts, isn't he? Love the Sandler pic, but I gotta agree with #10. This movie is bound to suck.
captain subtext on Dec 27, 2009
Chris Rock's picture is not as old as the others, he said his teeth were messed up as a kid so he was probably self-conscious of it and gave them a picture from what looks like his SNL days or something.
aluminummonster on Dec 27, 2009
The shots are real. I work at the design firm that produced the banners. The actors sent in a few shot of themselves as kids. Then we built various concepts based around the pics. Now can we all move on with our lives.
pixpeoples on Dec 27, 2009
no doubt that's chris rob, adam and david pretty much still look the same. KJ was a cutie
Sylvia on Dec 30, 2009
my interest is peaked
Chase on Dec 31, 2009
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