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Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler Reunite In New Film Blended

The Wedding Singer co-stars' new film gets its second trailer

By Andrea Tim | Published: 6 Apr 2014

Video: Warner Bros. Pictures

We loved them in The Wedding Singer. We loved them in 50 First Dates. We're probably going to love Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore again in Frank Coraci's (who directed The Wedding Singer) upcoming rom-com Blended.

Adam and Drew play single parents Jim and Lauren who swear they never want to see each other again after a catastrophic blind date. As luck would have it, fate sees them stuck with each other when they each sign up separately for a luxurious family vacation with their kids... in Africa.

Filmed primarily in South Africa, Blended also stars Terry Crews as the resort's singing host, Disney darling Bella Thorne as one of Jim’s daughters, Community's Joel McHale as Lauren's ex-husbands, and Bridesmaids' Wendi McLendon-Covey as Lauren's best friend.

If you believe in the onscreen chemistry of Adam and Drew, then we’re with you when we say we believe in Blended. Catch the funny couple in Malaysian cinemas starting 12 June.


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