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With Adam Sandler busy talking to NASCAR drivers to promote his upcoming straight-to-Netflix release, Sandler is also ready to get to work on producing original content for Netflix. The streaming service giant has reportedly signed a new deal with Sandler to create four more original films to stream on Netflix.

This is the second deal between Netflix and Sandler and his Happy Madison Productions, which has already resulted in two Netflix exclusive titles and has a third on the way next month. Sandler’s The Ridiculous 6 and The Do-Over have been wild successes for Netflix, with the two films becoming Netflix’s biggest-ever film releases.

The next installment in the deal will be Sandy Wexler, hitting Netflix on April 14. The fourth film has yet to been detailed, but it is already clear that Netflix and Sandler are working well together.

“Adam Sandler one of the leading comedians in the film world, and his movies have proven to be extremely successful with our subscribers around the world,” said Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer, in a statement according to The Hollywood Reporter. “We are thrilled at the opportunity to extend our partnership with Adam and his entire team at Happy Madison and keep the world laughing.”

Netflix has been going head first with a number of deals with comedians for original content. Aside from Sandler, Netflix also has deals in place with Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Schumer and more.

Netflix has also been putting together a strong lineup of original content with shows like Stranger ThingsOrange is the New Black, House of Cards, Bloodline, an expanded branch of the Marvel cinematic universe, and reboots of classic sitcoms like Fuller House and Gilmore Girls.

If a few Adam Sandler films are needed to keep Netflix in a position to serve up some good quality programming, it is a sacrifice worth making.

[The Hollywood Reporter]

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