By JENNIKA INGRAM | Reporter
Palisadian Adam Sandler’s company Happy Madison Productions’ latest comedy feature, “The Wrong Missy,” heads to Netflix May 13.
If you are looking for an upbeat comedy with sight gags, silly humor, set in an idyllic travel destination, this might be just the film you’re seeking.
The story is about a guy who meets the woman of his dreams and invites her to his company’s corporate retreat in Hawaii. When she shows up, he realizes he sent the invite to the wrong person.
The movie stars funnyman David Spade (“Tommy Boy,” “Saturday Night Live”), Lauren Lapkus (“Orange Is The New Black,” ”Jurassic World”) and Molly Sims (“Yes Man”).
Other familiar faces are a last-minute addition to the cast Rob Schneider (“SNL,” “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo”), as well as Nick Swardson (“Just Go With It,” “Benchwarmers”), Sarah Chalke (“Scrubs,” “How I Met Your Mother”) and John Farley (Chris Farley’s youngest brother).
Harvard graduate Tyler Spindel is directing.
Writers Chris Pappas and Kevin Barnett make up the team that wrote “The Do-Over.” Barnett is also known for writing the movie “Hall Pass.”
Happy Madison Productions has been primarily creating content for Netflix over the past five years. Sandler is listed as a producer on the project.
Since 2015, other features out of Happy Madison Productions on Netflix include “The Ridiculous 6,” “The Do-Over,” “Sandy Wexler,” “The Week Of” and “Murder Mystery.”
If you’re looking to find out more about the cast, there’s an entertaining segment on the “Lights Out With David Spade” series on Comedy Central and look for the “Lo-Fi Chats: ‘The Wrong Missy’ Cast.”
The comedy-romance has a runtime of an hour and 29 minutes and is not yet rated.
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