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Happy Madison Producing ‘Summer School’ Remake for Paramount

Written by on April 2, 2012 

Take it as their celebration of some awards show sweeping. According to THR, Adam Sandler‘s Happy Madison — whose logo must now be the cinematic equivalent of a warning sign — are in talks to produce a remake of Carl Reiner‘s Summer School for Paramount. The project’s been with the studio for about seven years now, but lacking any real forward momentum that entire time; Jordan Kerner (The Smurfs) and Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman (Loud Noises: The Movie) were all involved at one point or another, with the former trying to assemble a take that would pit a teacher versus a student.

But Sandler‘s coming in to do the Sandler thing (Allen Covert‘s waiting for his call right now), thus making any specifics behind this story — wherein “a gym teacher [is] forced to cancel his summer plans and teach an English class filled with oddballs and rebels” — all the more clear. Writers are being hired in the meantime, but I don’t know what they can really do here. (This probably won’t be very good, is what I’m getting that.)

Are you interested in a remake of Summer School? Is the original held in high regard for yourself?

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