Rob Schneider, Colin Quinn, Lamorne Morris, and Arsenio Hall also join cast of 'Sandy Wexler'

By Will Robinson
Updated July 26, 2016 at 08:19 PM EDT
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Adam Sandler is getting the gang back together.

The comedian’s latest Netflix movie, Sandy Wexler, added a slew of regular collaborators, including Kevin James, Terry Crews, Rob Schneider, Colin Quinn, and Nick Swardson, in addition to New Girl star Lamorne Morris and Arsenio Hall, the streaming service confirmed.

Sandler will star as the titular talent manager, navigating his way through Los Angeles in the ’90s. He discovers a singer (Jennifer Hudson) at an amusement park and falls in love with her.

Sandy Wexler will be the third film (The Ridiculous 6, The Do-Over) Sandler will produce for Netflix, after signing a deal to make four films for the company. The Do-Over‘s Steven Brill returns to direct Sandy Wexler, which was written by Sandler, Paul Sado, and Dan Bulla.

Crews and Schneider appeared in Sandler’s prior Ridiculous, Crews and Schneider were in Ridiculous, while Swardson appeared in both Netflix endeavors. Quinn starred in both Grown Ups movies.

The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news.