Oh boy, do we have some entertaining scoop for you about the premiere of Murder Mystery 2 on Netflix! Brace yourself for some serious laughter, because when Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler hit the red carpet together, tensions were high - and it was all about Sandler's choice of outfit.
When the two actors were asked by ET's Nischelle Turner about Sandler's attire, which was a sweatshirt, Aniston immediately shot back with, "What the h*** are you doing?!" and refused to stand next to him. Oops, someone didn't get the dress code memo. However, it's worth noting that Sandler's laid-back style is kind of his signature look, so to him, a sweatshirt is no biggie. But to Aniston, who is beloved by fashion lovers the world over, it was a serious fashion faux pas. The two playfully bantered back and forth, with Sandler even claiming that Aniston asked him to wear the sweatshirt. But Aniston quickly corrected him, saying, "I said, 'Please don't wear your sweatshirt.'" Ah, the things we do for our friends.
Despite the wardrobe disagreement, everything was all good between the two co-stars - in fact, Sandler even planted a kiss on Aniston's face after his interview. Talk about good vibes! Fans of the hilarious duo are thrilled for the release of Murder Mystery 2, where Aniston and Sandler reprise their roles as Nick and Audrey Spitz. The film sees the two characters get caught up in a global investigation after their friend is abducted. And with the first movie being such a hit on Netflix, it's no surprise that there's already talk of a third installment.
In fact, Aniston hinted that she might want to try something new with Sandler, Drew Barrymore for example, in the future. But, as they say, only time will tell. So, mark your calendars for March 31st, when Murder Mystery 2 premieres on Netflix. Trust us, this is a movie worth watching - it's not just for the clothes (or lack thereof). And who knows, maybe one day we'll see Aniston and Sandler make a fashion statement together on the red carpet - matching sweatshirts, anyone?