June 19, 2007 03:45:03 GMT
Adam Sandler is attached to star in an untitled comedy that marks the feature writing debut of bestselling author Mitch Albom.
Seemingly goes undisturbed in maintaining his productiveness, Adam Sandler is plotted to highlight a new drama comedy written by bestselling author Mitch Albom which his Happy Madison shingle and Columbia Pictures has preemptively acquired.
Still not yet titled, the project is said to be a comedy with emotional elements set in the world of baseball. It therefore will be the feature writing debut of Albom, whose books like "Tuesdays with Morrie", "The Five People You Meet in Heaven", and "For One More Day" have all been turned into telepics.
Sandler, a former member of "SNL", has long been recognized for his comedic roles like those in "Happy Gilmore", "The Waterboy", "The Wedding Singer", and "Big Daddy." His upcoming flick will be "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" which Universal Pictures is set to release on July 20 this year.