Action: Shaquille O’Neal Will Join Adam Sandler, Chris Rock & Kevin James In “Grown-Ups 2″

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Action: Shaquille O’Neal Will Join Adam Sandler, Chris Rock & Kevin James In “Grown-Ups 2″

It’s been no secret that TNT Analyst Shaquille O’Neal has had a ton of success on the small screen, the big screen not much, but thanks to comedian Adam Sandler, Shaq will get a chance to show off his acting skills once again in the sequel to the 2010 hit movie “Grown Ups,” according to the Boston Globe.

Retired NBA star Shaquille O’Neal will costar in the sequel to Adam Sandler’s comedy, “Grown Ups,’’ which was filmed in Essex a few years ago. In addition to the 7-foot-1 Shaq, the new movie, which will be shot in Marblehead this summer, will include original cast members Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade, Salma Hayek, and Maria Bello.

I’m so glad Shaq is a co-star and not the star, because we all know what happened to his flicks in the 90′s, Kazaam, Steel, and whatever terrible films came after that.

This time it should be different, because he’s surround by funny actors. Honestly, the less he has to say, the better. I hope the sequel is just as good the first one. *fingers crossed*