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Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston still find kissing each other 'weird' as they each have complaints

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston still find kissing each other 'weird' as they each have complaints

"It's always a little weird"

Considering Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston see themselves as family, so it's no surprise they still find kissing each other 'weird' – and they each have their own complaints about their techniques.

The pair play on-screen couple Audrey and Nick Spitz in Netflix's Murder Mystery 2, the brand new sequel to their 2019 action-comedy about a couple who get caught up in the murder of an elderly billionaire.

In the sequel, which dropped today (31 March), the duo are now full-time detectives trying to get their private eye agency off the ground.

Per the official synopsis: "Amid their business struggles, they find themselves at the centre of an international scandal: Their friend, the Maharajah, is kidnapped at his own wedding."

While they had a blast filming the scenes for the new flick, there were also a few awkward moments due to the nature of their characters' relationship.

Sitting down with The Project TV, the pair were asked about what it's like to play a romantic couple and have to kiss each other.

"It's always a little weird," said Aniston, before Sandler chimed in, "I'll always say sorry before and after."

And he's not exaggerating, either.

The pair find the kissing scenes a 'little weird'.

The Friends star went on: "You apologise for the entire day, the night before, the day after."

In a separate conversation with USA Today, the duo roasted each other's kissing techniques, with the outlet highlighting an awkward encounter from the first film.

Aniston had a request for the Happy Gilmore comedian before they locked lips - oil up the beard.

"I did have him learn to oil the beard up a little bit," she said, which anyone with sensitive skin will understand.

But during their second outing, Sandler had a hilarious request of his own.

He told the publication that he asked her to 'keep her mouth closed', joking: "It was so wide! Every time, she’d come with a big, wide mouth, and I'd be like, 'Whoa-ho-ho-ho-ho, whoa! What are we doing?'"

Well, that's one way to get revenge for her previous critique.

Fans are excited to see the sequel.

Now that Murder Mystery 2 is out, no doubt fans will be tuning in over the weekend.

It will be interesting to see if it's as popular as the original, which, according to Netflix, saw a whopping 73 million households watching the flick within the first four weeks of its release.

Although it received mixed reviews from the critics, it clearly went down a treat with viewers at home.

If you're interested in drawing your own conclusion, Murder Mystery and Murder Mystery 2 are available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Laurent VU/SIPA/Shutterstock/Rob Latour/Shutterstock

Topics: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, TV and Film, Netflix