Team Jacob may be joining Team Adam.
Twilight heartthrob Taylor Lautner is looking to try his hand in the laugh department as he's in talks to costar with Adam Sandler in Grown Ups 2, the sequel to the latter's 2010 comedy hit that also featured Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider, Kevin James, Salma Hayek and Maya Rudolph.
The 20-year-old thesp's publicist tells E! News he would play a "fun" role that would see him go head-to-head with Sandler's character in a follow-up tale about a bunch of high-school friends who reunite after 30 years.
Sorry, girls. No word whether Taylor will be taking his shirt off.
But those abs certainly helped The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 powers its way to $705 million at the global box office (though it's worth noting his thriller Abduction did a disappointing $82 million). Lautner is also slated to appear in a Gus Van Sant drama later this year.
The original Grown Ups grossed $162 million domestically and another $109 million internationally—pretty good for a flick featuring a bunch of fortysomething Saturday Night Live alums.
Most of that cast is expected to be back for the next installment, as will director Dennis Dugan, who collaborated with Sandler on Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy and this year's Razzies record-holder, Jack and Jill, among others.
Also on board for Grown Ups 2 is newcomer Oliver Cooper, who made a name for himself as a lead in Project X and signed on for an unspecified part last week.