It's a “Big Daddy” reunion!
The 1999 movie revolves around a man (Sandler) who adopts a child (Sprouse, who shared the part with twin brother Dylan) in a desperate bid to win back his girlfriend after she dumps him.
Sandler, 53, has fond memories of working with both twins, who were 6 at the time. "I remember Cole and Dylan being great little boys," he told "Entertainment Tonight" in June. "When I see them now, I'm baffled at how they grew into handsome bastards."
"Big Daddy," which earned $163 million in the box office, was a huge hit and came out at the height of Sandler's fame, following such blockbusters as "The Wedding Singer," "Happy Gilmore" and "The Waterboy."
“Big Daddy” marked one of Sprouse’s early credits. He would go on to appear with frequent Sandler collaborator Jennifer Aniston on "Friends," playing Ross's son in the sitcom's later years.
"Uncut Gems," which features Sandler as a jeweler sinking in debt, will be released nationwide on Christmas Day.