Adam Sandler recently discussed the possibility of a sequel to his popular 1996 film, "Happy Gilmore." During a podcast appearance on the Dan Patrick Show, Sandler revealed some of his ideas for a potential follow-up to the beloved comedy.
Sandler expressed his excitement about the potential project, stating that it could be a great opportunity to bring back the character of Happy Gilmore in a different, more mature phase of his life. The actor suggested that Gilmore, now in his 50s, could be dealing with the struggles of aging and trying to compete on the senior golf circuit.
Sandler also talked about the possibility of incorporating a new villain into the sequel, with the idea of Shooter McGavin, played by Christopher McDonald, making a return appearance. He mentioned that the rivalry between Happy and Shooter could continue in the sequel, creating new and entertaining conflicts.
Although Sandler admitted that he does not currently have a script or a studio backing the project, he seemed enthusiastic about the idea and indicated his willingness to pursue it if the right elements come together.
Fans of "Happy Gilmore" have been eagerly awaiting news of a potential sequel, and Sandler's recent remarks have only fueled their excitement. While there are no official plans for "Happy Gilmore 2," Sandler's ideas offer a glimpse into what might be in store if the project were to become a reality.
Overall, Sandler's interview indicated that he is open to the idea of revisiting the beloved character of Happy Gilmore and hopes to bring a fresh, entertaining story to a possible sequel.