I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed Ben Stiller’s dramatic turn in Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg (I really can’t tell you -I’m staring down the barrel of the embargo gun currently), but Adam Sandler’s role in Judd Apatow’s Funny People brought about shades of Tony Hancock to the usual gross out comedies of recent years, and I loved what this and Greenberg have done for two of the foremost comedic actors working.

So, on hearing the news that Dennis Dugan is reuniting with Adam Sandler to direct the skewed rom com Jack and Jill pricks the balloon in my face. The premise is all about identical twins, a boy and a girl (both played by Sandler, hear me? Both…) who fall in love. The question on every blogger’s lips is ‘will the love affair be kept in the family?’ I’m not sure Hollywood has come far enough to enjoy a romantic comedy clothed in incestuous sheets, but who knows – it’ll certainly make it more interesting.

Cinema Blend had Dugan confirm the rumour that he would reunite with Sandler, with whom he has made the films Happy Gilmore, Grown Ups, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, Big Daddy and the pretty misguided I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry. See – now go out and watch Greenberg please.