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Here's The First Trailer For Adam Sandler's NSFW Action-Comedy

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The first full trailer for Adam Sandler's new Netflix action-comedy movie, The Do-Over, is here. And it's full of NSFW action. Check it out exclusively on BuzzFeed.

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The film stars David Spade as Charlie, a guy who's leading a deeply unexciting life. "An action movie is something I always felt was super cool," Spade told BuzzFeed, "but, I’m such a puss, I never thought I’d be in one."

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Then, at his 25th high school reunion, Charlie reunites with Max, an old friend who seemingly leads a way cooler, more exciting life as an FBI agent.

"The way Adam found [an action move] that made sense for me and him was great. I’m sort of the straight man, and I’m in way over my head, and he’s this super-cool guy," Spade said.
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"The way Adam found [an action move] that made sense for me and him was great. I’m sort of the straight man, and I’m in way over my head, and he’s this super-cool guy," Spade said.

Together, they begin to live their dream post-high school lives — which includes having a super awkward threesome that was super awkward to film.

"Shooting a threesome, oh God, yeah, it got a little mixed up, and the guy wasn’t where he was supposed to be…sooo. It got a little mixed up."
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"Shooting a threesome, oh God, yeah, it got a little mixed up, and the guy wasn’t where he was supposed to be…sooo. It got a little mixed up."

But it comes out pretty fast that Max may not have it as together as Charlie thinks. He's actually kind of a crazy mess.

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Like, crazy enough to fake both their deaths.

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And shit gets very real, very fast.

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The film also stars Paula Patton as Charlie's love interest, in what Spade is sure is "the biggest acting challenge to date."

"I always felt bad for her, but she was very nice about it the whole time. She’s too gorgeous to stare at every day, it’s almost too much."
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"I always felt bad for her, but she was very nice about it the whole time. She’s too gorgeous to stare at every day, it’s almost too much."

Spade and Sandler, who starred together on Saturday Night Live, had a great time making the film together. "He knows me so well, he knows what I could pull off and what I couldn’t," Spade said. "I haven’t been this excited about a move in a long time."

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And how would Spade fake his own death? "Anything brave, no one would believe. I would make it cool, I’d say I rented a private plane and I just jumped out. 'He drove a Ferrari out of a private jet.'"

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The Do-Over premieres May 27 on Netflix.

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