Stars keep coming down to bring more highlights to Adam Sandler's new vehicle of "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry." After Jessica Biel, it's Steve Buscemi and Dan Aykroyd's turn to give nods of their inclusion in the flick's cast. Both versatile actors with long-list acting resume, Buscemi is billed as a city official who keeps a close eye on the titular characters while Aykroyd as the captain of the fire department where those two guys work at.
A Universal Pictures production, "Chuck and Larry" centers on two heterosexual firemen, played by Sandler and Kevin James, who pretends to be a gay married couple in order to qualify for their department's domestic-partner benefits. Dennis Duigan is attached to direct based on script written by Alexander Payne and James Taylor. Seating as producers are Tom Shadyac, Michael Bostick, plus Jack Giarraputo.
Recently lent his voice in "Monster House" alongside Nick Cannon and Jon Heder, Buscemi actually has collaborated with Sandler for several times, the first being in his 1994 vehicle of "Airheads." Similar to Buscemi, Aykroyd also has acted opposite the funnyman before, the last one being in Peter Segal's 2004 rom-com flick of "50 First Dates."