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Happy Gilmore Sequel Script Ready, Confirms Actor Christopher McDonald!

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According to actor Christopher McDonald, who was in the original film’s cast, a first draft of the script for a Happy Gilmore sequel has been written. Happy Gilmore is a great comedy film from Adam Sandler released in 1996.

“McDonald, you’re going to love this,” Adam told me when we visited him around two weeks ago,” the actor said in an interview with Audacy’s 92.3 The Fan.”What?” I exclaimed. “How about that?” he asks, presenting me with the initial draft of Happy Gilmore 2. McDonald stated that he “doesn’t want to be a liar,” thus maybe his remarks should be “cut” from the interview. “He did show me that [script], and I thought, ‘Well, that would be awesome,'” he continued. Thus, work is underway. Dammit, fans demand it! Happy Gilmore Madison and Sandler have a long-standing contract with Netflix, according to sources, but the streamer is choosing not to comment. Representatives for Sandler were silent as well.

Happy Gilmore, one of Sandler’s most well-known movies,

is based on the title character of the picture, a failing hockey player with a strong slapshot and an explosive temper. It is also one of the two films, along with Billy Madison, that give Sandler’s production company its name, Happy Madison. Happy Gilmore finds he has a natural gift for golf, particularly for driving the ball incredibly far, when his grandmother, who reared him, faces being forced to leave her home due to unpaid taxes.

To earn enough money to save his grandmother’s house. He chooses to join the PGA Tour with the assistance of retired golf pro Chubbs Peterson. Who was portrayed by the late Carl Weathers. But Happy’s unconventional and aggressive style of play runs counter to the usual rules of golf manners. Which makes him unpopular with PGA authorities as well as other players like McDonald’s Shooter McGavin. A haughty and conceited player who views Happy Gilmore as a danger to his career goals.

ALSO READ: Adam Sandler Pays Tribute To Actual Teen Golfer Happy Gilmore

Dennis Dugan’s film, which was released by Universal Pictures and has a cult following even today. Made over $82 million in total revenue worldwide. The film was written by Sandler and Tim Herlihy and starred Julie Bowen from Modern Family among others. There was a noteworthy cameo by the late Bob Barker. Keep checking back for updates on the prospective project.

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