By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated March 21, 2016 at 06:37 PM EDT
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After debuting The Ridiculous Six last year, Netflix has set a premiere date for its next Adam Sandler film, The Do-Over.

The company announced via a short teaser trailer that Sandler’s second film for the streaming service will be available worldwide beginning May 27, which is the same day the second season of Bloodline premieres on the service.

The Do-Over focuses on a bank manager whose life is completely changed when an old friend returns to his life to make him fake his death and go on a new adventure.

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The teaser, which ends with Sandler and frequent co-star David Spade, only offers brief snippets of the action from Sandler’s next film, which will apparently include plenty of shooting, car chases, and at least one bare behind, as the trailer quickly includes.

Also starring Paula Patton, The Do-Over will be available worldwide on Memorial Day Weekend. The film is the second in four films exclusive to Netflix that Sandler has agreed to star in from his company Happy Madison Productions. The Ridiculous Six premiered on Dec. 11, 2015. See the brief teaser above.

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