Adam Sandler & Chris Rock in Teaser Trailer for Netflix's 'The Week Of'

February 1, 2018
Source: YouTube

The Week Of Trailer

"Also, I would crank up the A/C, just gimme a nod." Netflix has debuted the first teaser trailer for the new Adam Sandler comedy premiering on the streaming service, titled The Week Of. As much as this should make you groan, this comedy is actually directed by the great Robert Smigel, most well known for his work on "Saturday Night Live". Adam Sandler and Chris Rock star as two "very different" fathers who come together to marry their children together, resulting in a crazy weird, wild, hilarious "week of" the wedding. The full cast includes Steve Buscemi, Rob Morgan, Rachel Dratch, Scott Cohen, Patricia Belcher, and Melanie Nicholls-King. This teaser doesn't show much, but thankfully this doesn't look as awful as Sandler's other Netflix movies. So, that's something. Hopefully it's not a disaster. Get your first look below.

Here's the first official teaser trailer for Robert Smigel's The Week Of, direct from Netflix's YouTube:

The Week Of Movie

When two very different fathers (Adam Sandler & 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. The Week Of is directed by veteran American comedy filmmaker Robert Smigel, making his feature directorial debut after extensive work on "Saturday Night Live" and other TV shows + all the "SNL" animated shorts (Smigel did also write the screemplay for Sandler's You Don't Mess with the Zohan). The screenplay is co-written by Robert Smigel and Adam Sandler. Netflix will be debuting Smigel's The Week Of streaming exclusively starting on April 27th this spring. First impression? Who wants to see this already?

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Glad Steve Buscemi is still making movies with Sandler. One of the odder pairings.

DAVIDPD on Feb 1, 2018


I just might venture into that. Maybe. I mean, I can hardly take A. Sandler seriously as an actor. But also, he made Punch Drunk Love and Spanglish ...

shiboleth on Feb 1, 2018


I'd be more interested in this if it was just Rock and Sandler sitting in the car for the whole movie.

Gator McKlusky on Feb 7, 2018

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