Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler are joining forces again in their Netflix film “Murder Mystery 2,” a follow-up to 2019’s wildly successful “Murder Mystery.”
But if you’re a fan of their tight-knit friendship, you might know that the Murder Mystery movies aren’t their first onscreen collaboration.
After meeting in the ’90s and bonding over french toast, the pair starred in 2011’s “Just Go With It.
” In a 2011 interview with “Access Hollywood,” Sandler shared just how much he loved working with Aniston while making the romantic comedy.
“I couldn’t believe how quick and funny Jennifer [is],” he said.
“I know she is [funny] in real life, but it was pretty amazing when we were together how much fun [we had] and how she added and ended up beating me in scenes.
I’d walk back to the trailer saying, ‘I gotta get some writers to help me.'”
More recently, Aniston showed up to celebrate Sandler as he received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on March 19.