MAUI NO KA OE FOR ADAM SANDLER FEATURE & OAHU

MAUI NO KA OE FOR ADAM SANDLER FEATURE & OAHU





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On the heels of hosting the Clint Eastwood protected feature Hereafter for three days in and around Lahaina, Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions appears committed to film Columbia studio’s romantic comedy Pretend Wife on Maui for for six weeks beginning in mid April…



Producers are still looking for a Maui hotel as a prime location…



There will also be filming on Oahu where the production is looking for a waterfall location and dolphins. Can you say Sea Life Park?…That’s where Sandler film a hilarious scene with a walrus for 50 First Kisses




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Brothers star Bailee Madison, 10, (above) will play Aniston’s daughter. Madison told Eonline.com that “Adam Sandler pretends to have Jennifer Aniston as his wife and we pretend to be his kids so he can get the other girl.” The child actor said she can’t wait to start shooting the movie in Hawaii because “We get to swim with dolphins”…




Though the actual deal to come to Hawaii isn’t official, production sources on Oahu and Maui are confident that after several scouts here that began in October Pretend Wife is a done deal…”We’re very close,” a source said…



The production every island in October then did two additional scouts on Maui and Oahu…




The filming will be Sandler’s first production filming on a neighbor island. He’s done two films on Oahu: 50 First Dates and Punch Drunk LoveJennifer Anniston (below) will play opposite Sandler…






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Production executives slipped into Maui recently to scout locations with the Valley Isle’s Glenn Beadles assisting…Part of the scout reportedly is finding a hotel location….



According to published reports, Dennis Dugan may direct the project…



The script, written by Allan Loeb and Tim Dowling, had been called  Holiday in Hawaii. Release date  is Feb. 1,1 2011, the Friday before Valentine’s Day, sources said…





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Sandler, a frequent Hawaii visitor, shown above at the Sony Hawaiian Open in 2004








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