Adam Sandler through his Happy Madison Productions will serve as a producer in "The Day I Turned Uncool: Confessions of a Reluctant Grown-Up" with a possibility to star.
Scoring deal with Paramount Pictures, Adam Sandler has agreed to produce the company's new comedy project of "The Day I Turned Uncool: Confessions of a Reluctant Grown-Up" via his Happy Madison Productions with a possibility to take a starring role, Variety has learned.
Accompanying Sandler, his partners at Happy Madison Jack Giarraputo and Heather Parry will also seat as producers alongside Kevin Misher, who produced "The Interpreter" last year for Universal Pictures.
An adaptation of Dan Zevin's memoir of the same title, pic deals with the author's contemplation on the cataclysmic reality of hitting his 30s and the commitments that come with graduating into adulthood. Paul Bernbaum has been hired to pen the script.