Locals come out for 'Grown Ups 2' filming
About 100 people stood silently for several hours, staring at the commuter rail platform in Swampscott. Adam Sandler huddled with a group of Hollywood producers and camera operators as a train rolled into a scene that included actors David Spade and Alexander Ludwig. After the final take, Sandler left a gaggle of technicians, crossed the street, and waded into the cheering crowd. He wore a blue T-shirt, baggy silver gym shorts, red sneakers, and a Swampscott Big Blue baseball cap, the same hat he would sport three nights later at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles. Sandler, left, greets his fans between takes.