Adam Sandler has determined the latest way he'll make a movie entirely in the basketball shorts he woke up in. He's reportedly made a deal to write, produce, and star in an animated family comedy for STX Entertainment--whose CEO produced Sandler's relative "golden age" of Airheads, Billy Madison, Bulletproof, Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer, The Waterboy, Big Daddy, and Little Nicky. There's not yet a title for the film, but STX claims Sandler "already has some wonderful ideas about what he wants to develop." Though probably not "Jack and Jill wonderful." That's a once-in-a-lifetime.