Long recognized to be the frequent collaborator of Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider is on the brink to once more get into the same frames with the "Click" star as the funnyman is currently engaged in talks to take part in "You Don't Mess with the Zohan."
A Columbia Pictures production, the comedy flick revolves around a Mossad agent, played by Sandler, who fakes his death so he can move to New York and become a hair stylist. It is said that Schneider will portray an East Yistannen cab driver should he finalizes the deals.
Production on the project is slated to begin by summer in Los Angeles and New York for a summer 2008 release. Apart from starring, Sandler also co-wrote the script with Judd Apatow and Robert Smigel, who later made a re-write of it, while getting onboard to produce as well through his Sony-based Happy Madison.