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The Grown Ups BTS Moment That Left Steve Buscemi Furious

Never let it be said that Steve Buscemi is a quitter. Three years after the first “Grown Ups” movie arrived in theaters, “Grown Ups 2” brought back a host of names from the original. Buscemi once again plays Wiley, who has largely recovered from his zipline accident. He now works as a driving instructor and attends Lenny Feder’s ’80s-themed party dressed as Snoop Dogg.

Additionally, Buscemi has maintained a solid working relationship with Sandler, appearing in several projects connected to him after “Grown Ups.” He lent his voice acting talents to “Hotel Transylvania” as Wayne the werewolf — a role he stuck with in future “Hotel Transylvania” movies, including the fourth, “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania,” in which Sandler didn’t return as Count Dracula. As that animated franchise unfolded, Buscemi worked with Sandler on “The Cobbler,” “The Ridiculous 6,” “The Week Of,” and “Hubie Halloween,” expanding on their already impressive list of collaborations.

With Steve Buscemi and Adam Sandler still going strong in Hollywood over a decade after “Grown Ups” and the infamous body cast incident, one has to imagine more collaborations between the two will come in due time. Perhaps they’ll even reunite for “Grown Ups 3” — assuming such a film will ever happen.

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