Cameron Boyce Was Supposed To Be In ‘Hubie Halloween,’ Adam Sandler Pays Tribute In New Movie

Adam Sandler is paying tribute to his late co-star Cameron Boyce in his new movie Hubie Halloween!

The Halloween comedy has been out on Netflix for one day, and at the end of the film, there’s a dedication to the late actor.

“In loving memory of CAMERON BOYCE,” a title card at the end of the film reads. “Gone way too soon and one of the kindest, coolest, funniest, and most talented kids we knew. You live on forever in our hearts and are truly missed every day.”

If you didn’t know, a lot of Cameron‘s friends and former co-stars are also in the movie, including Adam of course, Karan Brar, Peyton List, China McClain, Kevin James, Maya Rudolph, Bradley Steven Perry and more.

Adam recently opened up about how Cameron was actually supposed to be in the movie, but unfortunately he passed away just a few days before filming began.

“That kid was a great kid. His family is amazing. I know them from Grown Ups, he was a little kid in Grown Ups and I watched him grow up and become like a superstar,” Adam said on The Tonight Show.

“My kids worshipped him. He came to my daughter’s bat mitzvah,” Adam continued. “He came and literally signed, I mean that bat mitzvah was gigantic, it was like 400 people there, and a massive amount of kids. He signed every kid’s autograph, and everybody was freaking out over Cameron. He was just the nicest kid. He always had charities going on… It was always for charity, he didn’t care about anything else.”

If you missed it, Cameron‘s former co-star and friend Skai Jackson also dedicated her recent DWTS dance to him.

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