Murder Mystery: Netflix Movie – Official Trailer

Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler have teamed up again in the new comedy movie Murder Mystery only on Netflix!

The Netflix movie, directed by Kyle Newacheck, is set for release on June 14th worldwide. It has an all-star cast that includes Jennifer Aniston (Dumplin'), Adam Sandler, Luke Evans (The Alienist) and many more. This is the second time Sandler and Aniston have worked together, since they stared in ‘Just Go With It' in 2011.

This is another Adam Sandler movie created as part of his multimillion-dollar agreement with Netflix. Sandler signed one in 2014 for four films which was worth $250 million. He resigned the contract for another four in 2017.

In Murder Mystery, Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) is a police officer for the NYPD. He takes his wife Audrey Spitz (Jennifer Aniston) on a long-awaited trip to Europe. Whilst on the flight Audrey meets Charles. A wealthy businessman who is off to Europe to spend the week on billionaires yacht. After getting on well on the flight the American couple gets an invite to the yacht.

Once on the boat, they realise they are completely different from the usual crowd found on Malcolm Quince's yacht. One evening when they go to bed a loud bang can be heard. After going to find out what it is they see Malcolm Quince has been murdered…

After the murder, the French police get involved. Everyone on board is asked if they “noticed anything out of the unordinary?” and they replied with “The Americans!”. They are now the prime suspects for the murder of Malcolm Quince.

The two of them now are on the run from the French police whilst at the same time trying to work out who actually committed the crime!

Murder Mystery looks like it's going to be another hilarious Adam Sandler movie. It feels like a game of Cluedo that has come to life with many different characters potentially the murderer.

Murder Mystery – Release Date June 14th, 2019

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