Admit it, you’ve had this dream: you, Adam Sandler, and Andy Samberg are talking about whatever you want in a private conversation. Maybe you would discuss Natalie Portman’s anger issues in Samberg’s “SNL” digital shorts. Or perhaps you want to find out who inspired Sandler’s lunch lady character.
You now have that chance.
The stars of the new film “That’s My Boy,” will be participating in an upcoming edition of Moviefone’s “Unscripted,” an interview show where the format allows stars to ask other stars questions supplied by us, the mere mortals.
Fans will have until Thursday, May 31 at 8 p.m. EST to post questions via Moviefone’s social media sites. The extended interview will air in June ahead of the film’s release date on the 15th.
As we showed you in the trailer for “That’s My Boy,” Sandler’s debt-ridden character tries to reconnect with Samberg’s character, a young and successful hedge fund manager.
So in honor of this rare public offering, the Jspace staff has taken the liberty of providing some basic questions to help get the ball rolling for fans of “Sandlberg:”
1) So are you, like, the same person? Just one’s a little older than the other?
2) Hey Samberg…does Sandler every try to hit you up for cash like he does in this movie?
3) Do you need to have the initials A and S to have a starring role in “That’s My Boy?”
4) When are you two going to do a totally Jewish-themed “SNL” digital short?
It’s a match made in “SNL” Jewish comic heaven … and we wouldn’t want anyone to miss an opportunity to ask all these hard-hitting questions.
J-Connection: Andy Samberg is Jewish. In his own words, what gives it away is his "giant face." We prefer to think that the most telling Jewish feature the comedian has is his sparkling personality. Or maybe it's the nose. Adam Sandler is also Jewish. Born in Brooklyn, the former SNL star has been playing the same character for years, but we love him for it.