Boyce, who starred with Sandler in Grown Ups, was scheduled to have a part in the movie before his tragic death in July 2019 at just 20-years-old.
Midway through the credits of the film, an image of Boyce is shown along with the message: "In loving memory of Cameron Boyce. 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."
Sandler recently confirmed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that Boyce was set to be in the movie and also spoke about how much the young actor meant to him.
"[He passed away] just a few days before filming," Sandler told Fallon.
"That kid was a great kid. His family is amazing. I watched him grow up and become a superstar.
"My kids worshipped him. He came to my daughter’s bat mitzvah. He came and literally signed — I mean, that bat mitzvah was gigantic, there were 400 people there, and he signed every kids autograph.
"He was just the nicest kid. He would always have charities going on. He would always speak to me, 'Can you do this, can you do that?' It was always for charity. He never cared about anything else. Just a nice solid, talented kid."
Boyce died last year from what was confirmed to be an "unexpected" medical event related to epilepsy.
He was best known for playing Carlos, son of villain Cruella De Vil, in the Disney film franchise Descendants, as well as starring in the Disney Channel series Jessie. He appeared alongside Sandler in Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2.
Hubie Halloween stars Sandler as eccentric community volunteer Hubie Dubois, who winds up at the centre of a murder case on Halloween night.
The cast also includes Happy Gilmore and Modern Family's Julie Bowen as Dubois' love interest as well as Kevin James, Maya Rudolph, Steve Buscemi, Rob Schneider, Ray Liotta, and even Shaquille O'Neal.
Hubie Halloween is available to stream on Netflix now.
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