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Drew Barrymore Wants to Make Planes, Trains and Automobiles Reboot with Cameron Diaz

Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz

Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz

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ドリュー・バリモア is keen to remake a holiday classic!

その間 アダム・サンドラー‘s appearance on ドリューバリモアショー 火曜日, バリーモア, 47, revealed that she and her longtime best friend キャメロン・ディアス have spoken about rebooting 1987’s 飛行機, 電車と自動車.

The talk show host and 50 最初の日付 star indicated her intentions for the project when Sandler, 56, asked Barrymore to say hello to her friend for him.

Her and I did discuss remaking 飛行機, 電車と自動車, そして私は, ‘well, ほら, Adam and I talk about that,’ ” Barrymore said, noting that she and Sandler, who have costarred in multiple movies together, have also spoken of the idea in the past.

“うん, I’d let you do that,” Sandler told Barrymore during the segment.

The actress knows exactly what part she would want to play in her reboot of the スティーブマーティンJohn Candy comedy classic.

But also… I want to play John Candy,” Barrymore told Sandler.

“良い… you could do a good Candy,” Sandler acknowledged in the clip.

Drew Barrymore Cameron Diaz

Drew Barrymore Cameron Diaz

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While Barrymore has made her intentions clear, it appears there already is a remake of the John Hughes film — which celebrated its 35th anniversary this year — in the works from ケビンハートウィル・スミス.

締め切り reported in August 2020 その duo will star in a reimagining of the classic film for Paramount Pictures, with Hart’s Hartbeat Productions and Smith’s Westbrook Studios set to produce and Aeysha Carr (Woke, 切り離された) writing a script.

飛行機, 電車と自動車

飛行機, 電車と自動車

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Me and Will have been talking about doing a movie for the longest time and we just [couldn’t] put our finger on what that movie was,” Hart told エンターテインメントトゥナイト 10月中 2020 about the project. “そう, for us to get to a point where we agree that said material was our project — because our personalities not only fit, but we could really pop in this situation — it was just a no-brainer.

Remaking this movie is something we are excited about,” 彼は続けた. “We can’t wait to do it.

The studio’s happy and it’s about rolling my sleeves up and getting the script to where it’s supposed to be,” ハート added at the time.

43-year-old Hart and 54-year-old Smith’s own version of the movie, which starred Steve Martin and the late Candy as a pair of ill-assorted men who share a three-day journey full of various misadventures while trying to get home to Chicago for Thanksgiving, appears to still be in development.