Adam Sandler leads an All-Star comedy troupe at NYC premiere of his new Netflix movie The Week Of

It was a comedy lineup of Coachella proportions in New York City on Monday.

Adam Sandler led the way at the premiere of his new Netflix film The Week Of, flanked by comedic colleagues including co-stars Chris Rock and Steve Buscemi, as well as David Spade.

The Wedding Singer star, 51, and his wife Jackie posed for shots on the red carpet of the premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13.

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Cute couple: Adam Sandler, 51, and his wife Jackie, 43, posed for shots on the red carpet at the premiere of his new Netflix film The Week Of at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 on Monday

Cute couple: Adam Sandler, 51, and his wife Jackie, 43, posed for shots on the red carpet at the premiere of his new Netflix film The Week Of at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 on Monday

The Brooklyn native wore a camouflage coat over a grey polo shirt with dark blue jeans and navy blue sneakers.

Jackie, a 43-year-old actress-model, wore a black dress with floral highlights with strappy black heels, and her brown locks parted in the middle, showcasing her beautiful face.

Also at the premiere was longtime Howard Stern staffer Ronnie 'The Limo Driver' Mund, who has a bit part in the comedy.

The film, which is set in Long Island, New York, stars Sandler as a dad priming to help daughter Sarah (Allison Strong) in her upcoming wedding, with adverse circumstances piling up as the big day approaches. 

Peers: Chris Rock and Sandler have worked together for more than 25 years

Peers: Chris Rock and Sandler have worked together for more than 25 years

Parents-of-two: The duo share two daughters, Sadie, 11, and Sunny, nine

Parents-of-two: The duo share two daughters, Sadie, 11, and Sunny, nine

Rock plays the father of the groom Tyler (Roland Buck III), throwing money at the problem to questionable results.

The comic sparks fly between Sandler and Rock, whose work together dates back to the early 1990s on Saturday Night Live, also including films such as The Longest Yard in 2015, Grown Ups in 2010, and Grown Ups 2 in 2013.

Sandler in 2017 inked a four-picture deal with the growing streaming service, saying in a statement that he loves 'working with Netflix and collaborating with them,' as he's done on past projects such as The Meyerowitz Stories, Sandy Wexler and The Do-Over.

Good times: The comedy veterans plays in-laws-to-be in the streaming motion picture

Good times: The comedy veterans plays in-laws-to-be in the streaming motion picture

Familiar face: Steve Buscemi, who appears in the film, was on hand
Flashback: David Spade shared the screen with Sandler in the 2016 Netflix comedy The Do-Over

Familiar faces: Steve Buscemi, (L), who appears in the film, was on hand as well as David Spade 

'I love how passionate they are about making movies and getting them out there for the whole world to see,' Sandler said. 'They’ve made me feel like family and I can’t thank them enough for their support.'

Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos called Sandler 'one of the leading comedians in the film world,' adding that 'his movies have proven to be extremely successful with our subscribers around the world' in announcing the multi-picture deal.

The comedy hits Netflix on April 27. 

Gorgeous: Actress Shannon Thornton dazzled in a long-sleeved taffy pink skirt 

Gorgeous: Actress Shannon Thornton dazzled in a long-sleeved taffy pink skirt 

Glimmering: Allison Strong stood out in this long-sleeved green sequined skirt with yellow heels

Glimmering: Allison Strong stood out in this long-sleeved green sequined skirt with yellow heels

Cameo: Howard Stern's longtime limo driver Ronnie Mund has a bit part in the film 

Cameo: Howard Stern's longtime limo driver Ronnie Mund has a bit part in the film 

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Adam Sandler leads an All-Star comedy troupe at NYC premiere of his new Netflix movie The Week Of

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