'Murder Mystery' trailer proves that Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler are the funniest comedic pair

The trailer for Netflix's upcoming film 'Murder Mystery' was shared by Ellen Degeneres on her Twitter page on Friday


                            'Murder Mystery' trailer proves that Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler are the funniest comedic pair

Have you missed the romantic and comedic chemistry that oozed out of the screens during the entire duration of 'Just Go With It'? Well, miss it no more, because Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are reuniting for yet another comedy — add thriller in the front. 

The upcoming Netflix movie 'Murder Mystery' will see the actors as New York cop Nick Spitz and his wife Audrey who finally go on their European honeymoon after putting it off for years, only to be caught up in a — you guessed it — murder mystery.

The trailer for the movie was shared by Ellen DeGeneres, who wrote: "The only thing I love more than a new movie with Jennifer Aniston and @AdamSandler is when I get the exclusive trailer for it. #MurderMystery is on @Netflix June 14th!"



 

The trailer shows Aniston and Sandler as a couple who have developed the inevitable resentment towards each other after being married for too long. When distractions offer themselves in the form of the handsome, rich Luke Evans and the beautiful, rich Gemma Arterton, all bets are off. They each get carried away. But if we know Adam Sandler movies, we know they are going to end with a happily ever after after the realization that they are best off with each other. 

However, before they get there, there is that little inconvenience of getting framed for a murder that they need to deal with. Even as Nick and Audrey try to clear their names, there is a killer out there targetting them too, and this is when things get really exciting. In simpler words, a masked murderer with a knife is on the lose. All this craziness makes for great comedic scenes, quite reminiscent of 'Just Go With It.'

Actors Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler attend the premiere of "Just Go With It" at Ziegfeld Theatre on February 8, 2011 in New York City. (Getty Images)

The fans of their previous collaboration definitely seem to be excited about Aniston and Sandler's reunion, and have been commenting along the lines of: "Can’t wait to see it! Pure magic when Jennifer & Adam work together! They are so funny, loved them in Just go with it" and "Jennifer & Adam are always great together ... Looking forward to seeing it ... 😎🎥🍿🎬."

Took the words right out of our mouths.