Paulina Gretzky On-Set Photos Could Upset Father Wayne Gretzky

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By Daniel Blake , Christian Post Contributor
July 12, 2012|7:09 am
  • Wayne Gretzky (L) poses with his daughter Paulina Gretzky at the Los Angeles premiere of the film "The Hangover" at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California, June 2, 2009.
    (Photos: Reuters/Danny Moloshok)
    Wayne Gretzky (L) poses with his daughter Paulina Gretzky at the Los Angeles premiere of the film "The Hangover" at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California, June 2, 2009.

Paulina Gretzky, who will feature in Adam Sandler's new film "Grown Ups 2" has attempted to show off just how fun it has been filming on set by posting photos of herself on her Twitter account on July 11, including one shot showing her in her on-set bikini. The photo is likely to upset father and ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, who has previously revealed his dissatisfaction with his daughter being too revealing in public.

Gretzky has been receiving a lot of media publicity following the announcement that she would feature in Sandler's latest comedy movie exploits.

"Fun day on set of Grown Ups 2 with @KimberlyAlexish," Gretzky tweeted as she posted up a photo of herself posing with Kimberly Alexis.

It is not the first time that Gretzky has posted photos of herself on Twitter. In 2011, she also posted photos of herself and got in trouble with her father as he believed they were inappropriate. The ice hockey legend is apparently not happy with her daughter being too provocative and would like her to tone down overexposing herself.

The original movie "Grown Ups" was a 2010 American comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan, but was written and produced by Adam Sandler. The film starred Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider. Sandler and Fred Wolf in fact wrote the script. The film was produced by Sandler's production company Happy Madison and was distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The film was a box office success grossing $162,001,186 in the United States alone, and a further $109,429,003 internationally, with a worldwide gross of $271,430,189.

The film won at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards for the "Best Line From A Movie" category, which it won for the line "I want to get chocolate wasted!" delivered by Becky, played by Alexys Nicole Sanchez.

Rob Schneider earned a Razzie Award nomination for Worst Supporting Actor for his performance in the film.

 

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