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Adam Sandler's daughters are starring in his newest Netflix comedy

Adam Sandler's daughters are starring in his newest Netflix comedy

Adam Sandler will star alongside his two daughters Sunny and Sadie in upcoming Netflix movie 'You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah'.

Adam Sandler's daughters are starring in his newest Netflix comedy, You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah.

Sandler shares his two daughters - Sadie, 16, and Sunny, 14 - with his wife Jackie, and the pair have made several appearances their father's films - probably without you noticing.

Their low-key cameos in Jack and Jill, Murder Mystery, Grown Ups, You Don't Mess With The Zohan and Just Go With It, have most likely gone under your nose.

However, in the new upcoming Netflix comedy - You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah - it seems like the sisters will get more of a prominent role.

Sandler with Sunny (middle) and Sadie (right).
Abaca Press / Alamy Stock Photo

The flick is based on the popular 2005 young adult novel of the same name by Fiona Rosenbloom.

The novel follows Stacy's preparations for her Bat Mitzvah, where she hopes to win the affection of her crush Andy Goldfarb.

She utters the title phrase after walking in on her best friend Lydia Katz kissing Andy.

You Are SO Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah will reunite Sandler with his costar Idina Menzel, who played his wife in his critically acclaimed thriller Uncut Gems.

The film will also see Sadie playing Ronnie Friedman, a much bigger role than she would have previously taken on.

Elder sister Sunny will play Stacy, as mother Jackie will also be making an appearance.

And according to The Blast, Sadie and Sunny are also set to make a cool $65,000 each appearing in their dad's movie, which isn't too bad for such young actors!

The film will be a family affair.

The movie's director, Sammi Cohen, told POPSUGAR: "What's fun about being Jewish is you get together with people you love, and you eat, you dance, you sing.

"But really, that experience is so universal. This isn't just a movie about being Jewish.

"It's a movie about being human. It's a feel-good story that doesn't shy away from the hard parts of growing up.

"I love coming-of-age films because it's this thing we all experience. Not just once in our lives, but over and over again.

"We all have different experiences based on our culture, religion, and identity, but when you get down to the core values, we have so much in common."

The film will also star Samantha Lorraine, Dylan Hoffman, Sarah Sherman, Dan Bulla, Ido Mosseri, Jackie Hoffman, and Luis Guzman. Executive producers on the project are Judit Maull, Kevin Grady, Barry Bernardi, and Greg Denny.

You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah is set to premiere on the streaming service on August 25.

Featured Image Credit: Everett Collection Inc / Alamy Stock Photo / Netflix

Topics: Adam Sandler, Film and TV, Netflix