Atlanta Buzz

Atlanta people and places

Adam Sandler-David Spade comedy to film in Savannah

Adam Sandler  earned a slew of dubious accolades after he filmed his dreadful flop "Blended" in Atlanta. He sparked controversy when eight Native American actors walked off the set of his satirical Western "The Ridiculous Six" over complaints about offensive names and religious scenes.

Now the actor who proved he can master sophisticated humor but often chooses not to, will now set up shop in Savannah. The hopefully titled "Do Over" co-stars David Spade.

I'm not seeing an imdb synopsis yet for "Do Over" but I am seeing some casting calls for extras, including one involving "nude photo doubling of a principal actor and simulated sexual situations."

Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images North America

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Most read

  1. 1 Acuna intentionally hit, ‘unwritten rules’ overshadow
  2. 2 Tired of Acuna hitting their pitches, the Marlins hit him instead
  3. 3 Atlanta grandmother fatally shot in head while driving home

If you prefer working with your clothes on, there are also opportunities for club goers and party people. Details and instructions for submitting:

"1) Looking for hispanic talent to play locals in a Puerto Rico club. 18-50 years old. (Subject: The Club)

2) Looking for all ethnicity talent to play 41-44 year olds (it's the Class of 1991) for a party scene. (Subject: Reunion)

3) Looking for a caucasian male stand-in 5'7" - shaggy hair - blond (this works run of show... need open availability...) (Subject: Stand-In).

4) Looking for a hispanic male stand-in 5'7" (Subject: Stand-In).

Please email photos and information in this order:

1) Name

2) Contact Phone #

3) Email Address

4) City you Currently Live in


Remember when Adam Sandler committed smart and funny performances?


Sandler's rom com (actually make that bomb-com) “Blended” co-starred Drew Barrymore and earned a number of nominations for Razzies, the outfit that salutes the worst of the worst in cinema each year.

Here's hoping "Do Over" is, somehow, better.

Important: they are not paying for travel or accommodations. If you can get yourself down there and have a free place to stay, great. If not, this might not be the one for you.




About the Author

Jennifer Brett is a multiplatform journalist and digital coach. She writes The Buzz blog for

More from AJC