Netflix's Murder Mystery sequel will shoot in Paris and the Caribbean

Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler will reprise their roles in the film

Netflix’s comedy film Murder Mystery 2, starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, will film in Paris and the Caribbean.

Jeremy Garelick (The Break-Up and The Wedding Ringer) will direct the sequel, taking over from Kyle Newachek. Garelick will also do a polish of the sequel's script that was written by James Vanderbilt, who also wrote the first film.

Murder Mystery saw Sandler, who played a cop, and his wife Aniston take a trip to Europe where they were framed for murder after boarding a billionaire’s yacht, which forced them to go on the run and solve the murder themselves.

The film, which was set in Monaco, but shot scenes in Italy, was a huge success on Netflix watched by over 73m households in its first four weeks.

One of the appealing factors for filming in Paris is the TRIP, a 30% tax rebate for international productions. Live-action features need to shoot for at least five days in France and spend a minimum of $305,000 (€250,000) or 50% of the budget to qualify. Overseas French territories such as the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe also operate the same incentives structure. 

Further details of the upcoming sequel will be revealed soon. 

Netflix's Murder Mystery sequel will shoot in Paris and the Caribbean
Netflix's Murder Mystery sequel will shoot in Paris and the Caribbean

Netflix’s comedy film Murder Mystery 2, starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, will film in Paris and the Caribbean.

Jeremy Garelick (The Break-Up and The Wedding Ringer) will direct the sequel, taking over from Kyle Newachek. Garelick will also do a polish of the sequel's script that was written by James Vanderbilt, who also wrote the first film.

Murder Mystery saw Sandler, who played a cop, and his wife Aniston take a trip to Europe where they were framed for murder after boarding a billionaire’s yacht, which forced them to go on the run and solve the murder themselves.

The film, which was set in Monaco, but shot scenes in Italy, was a huge success on Netflix watched by over 73m households in its first four weeks.

One of the appealing factors for filming in Paris is the TRIP, a 30% tax rebate for international productions. Live-action features need to shoot for at least five days in France and spend a minimum of $305,000 (€250,000) or 50% of the budget to qualify. Overseas French territories such as the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe also operate the same incentives structure. 

Further details of the upcoming sequel will be revealed soon. 

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