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Netflix drops first Murder Mystery 2 trailer

Netflix drops first Murder Mystery 2 trailer

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back in the sequel to the 2019 mystery

Police officer Nick Spitz and his wife Audrey are officially back in action in an explosive new trailer for Murder Mystery 2.

The sequel comes four years after the success of the first comedy-mystery starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler as Nick and Audrey, who were forced to rely on their detective skills after being framed and on the run for the death of an elderly billionaire.

Check out the trailer for the movie here:

Following the couple's success in solving their first mystery - and the success of the first film, which became Netflix's most popular film or TV project of that year - the sequel sees Nick and Audrey launch their own detective agency.

They're set to enjoy a beautiful wedding on an island for their friend Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar), but in true comedy-movie fashion, things quickly get messy.

When Maharaja is kidnapped, Nick and Audrey have to head to Paris as they find themselves at the centre of an international investigation.

The trailer sees Sandler's character explaining to a group that they are 'all suspects', while later Aniston's character stresses: "We’re not going to be invited anywhere ever again.”

Given their track record, the pair would probably have a much more relaxing time hanging out at home compared to the chaos that ensues whenever they spread their wings a little bit.

Nick and Audrey have now launched their own detective agency.

As well as Akhtar, the film's supporting cast also includes the likes of Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Jodie Turner-Smith, Kuhoo Verma, John Kani and Dany Boon.

Murder Mystery 2 is the latest of films that Sandler has starred in for Netflix, and in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter earlier this year, the actor discussed the connections he's noticed between the many movies he's appeared in over the years.

"I guess I connect to underdogs," he said, adding: "In real life, I’ve always rooted for underdogs. When I go on a basketball court and I play people one-on-one, if someone says, “I’m going to kick your a**,” that’s usually a game where I go, “Oh, I’m going to win this time.” Because I’m an underdog and I’m very comfortable being an underdog."

Netflix revealed that more than 30 million accounts viewed Murder Mystery in its first three days following its release in 2019, so the sequel certainly has big boots to fill when it's released in a few weeks' time!

Murder Mystery 2 is set to be released on 31 March.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix