Adam Sandler and Cole Sprouse have father-son reunion 20 years later

Adam Sandler and Cole Sprouse have father-son reunion 20 years later

Many people would agree that Big Daddy is definitely one of Adam Sandler's best movies; made all the better due to the awesome chemistry between the former SNL cast-member and his on-screen son, played by actor Cole Sprouse and his identical twin Dylan.

In case you haven't seen in 1999 box office hit, the movie tells the story of thirty-something Manhattan slacker, Sonny Koufax, who one day has an orphan boy literally left on his doorstep. Adopting the child in a cynical attempt to impress his father and ex-girlfriend, Sonny and little Julian strike up a friendship that eventually becomes so strong that Sonny decides to adopt the boy permanently, with hilarious consequences.

Take a look at the trailer for Big Daddy right here:

Now, 20 years later, Cole is a fully-fledged actor in his own right, and managed to meet up with Sandler again in a touching reunion. The meeting was captured on-camera by Getty photographer Joshua Blanchard, who was attending premiere of Sandler's new film Uncut Gems.
This reunion comes just a few weeks after Sandler also paid tribute to 20-year-old actor Cameron Boyce, who died after a battle with a longterm illness, and played the part of Adam Sandler's character in the movie, Grown Ups 2.

Taking to Twitter, the Happy Gilmore star shared a picture of Boyce and wrote: "Too young. Too sweet. Too funny. Just the nicest, most talented, and most decent kid around. Loved that kid. Cared so much about his family. Cared so much about the world."

He added: "Thank you, Cameron, for all you gave to us. So much more was on the way. All our hearts are broken. Thinking of your amazing family and sending our deepest condolences."

Sandler later managed to raise more than  $15,000 in honor of the charity Thirst Project - a cause that Boyce allegedly cared deeply about.