Netflix announced today (5) the release date of Mystery in Paris, the official title of the sequel to Mystery in the Mediterranean, a comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. According to the platform, the film opens on March 31, check it out:
Struggling as full-time detectives, Nick & Audrey Spitz find themselves at the center of an international abduction when their friend the Maharaja is kidnapped at his own wedding.
— Netflix (@netflix) January 18, 2023
At the time of its release, the first Mediterranean Mystery became the biggest debut for an original film on Netflix, having been watched by more than 30 million accounts during its first three days.
The new feature will be directed by Jeremy Garelick, who has worked with Aniston before, as he wrote the script for Separated by Marriage (2006). Here, he must polish and revise a script already prepared by James Vanderbilt, who was also responsible for the first Mystery in the Mediterranean.
In the plot of the 2019 feature, Sandler and Aniston were a New York couple who, during a vacation trip through Europe, were involved in the mysterious death of a rich man.