Adam Sandler has signed on to develop and produce a feature-length adaptation of Bad Toys II, a popular short film that uses a combination of live-action and CGI animation elements. Take a look at the six-minute short film below, then read on for more information regarding this big-screen endeavor.
French animators Daniel Brunet and Nicolas Douste directed the short, an homage to Michael Bay's Bad Boys II. The story starts out with a car chase using toys on a living room floor that keeps escalating with explosions and car crashes. This big-screen version for Columbia Pictures will center on a grown man whose childhood imagination comes to life again while playing with his son's toys. The man's play becomes an homage to big-budget action spectacles.
Daniel Brunet and Nicolas Douste will executive produce this new adaptation. No screenwriter or director has been hired yet.