Has a Hubie Halloween release date been confirmed? Fans can’t wait for Adam Sandler’s intriguing project to hit Netflix.

Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Adam Sandler possesses the power to surprise audiences.

The 53-year-old American actor has delivered a range of iconic roles across his career, cementing himself as one of the most popular comedic performers of his generation.

The likes of Happy Gilmore and The Waterboy boast a huge following even today, although later duds like Jack and Jill have turned off even the most devoted of his fans.

Then again, there have been some pleasant surprises too. He has turned in serious performances in efforts like Reign Over Me, The Meyerowitz Stories and Punch-Drunk Love. More recently, however, he arguably turned in his greatest performance to date in Uncut Gems.

Now, he’s ready to round up some familiar faces for Hubie Halloween…

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Hubie Halloween release date confirmed?

  • No, the release date for Hubie Halloween hasn’t been confirmed. However, here’s when we can expect it to reach screens.

Given the film’s Halloween theme, audiences would be wise to suspect an October release over on Netflix.

Viewers can surely expect it ahead of Saturday, October 31st 2020.

As noted by Distractify, it has already been filmed so the release date won’t be negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Interestingly, they highlight that the project was actually filmed last summer in Salem, Massachusetts, not in October.

Adam Sandler posted a snap over on Instagram last August to announce the last day of shooting, writing: “Last day of shooting Hubie Halloween. Thanks for all the hospitality this summer, Massachusetts. It was a blast…:”

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What is Hubie Halloween about?

Adam Sandler stars as Hubie Dubois, who despite his love for Salem and Halloween isn’t exactly a respected figure of the community.

However, this year’s seasonal celebrations present him with the chance to save Halloween and prove himself.

As highlighted by Distractify, it will be rated PG-13 “for crude and suggestive content, language and brief teen partying.” So, nothing to alienate slightly younger viewers!

It’s sure to be a crowdpleaser and – according to IMDb – Adam will star alongside long-term friends and collaborators Rob Schneider, Steve Buscemi, Kevin James and more.

Peyton List, Ray Liotta and Maya Rudolph are also set to star.

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