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Cast: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Bella Thorne, Terry Crews Director: Frank Coraci Genre: Comedy Rated: M Running Time: 117 minutes Synopsis: After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren (Drew Barrymore) and Jim (Adam Sandler) agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again.But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they are all stuck sharing a suite at a luxurious African safari resort for a week.Drew has seen me shirtless and has just walked away, laughing." 'Hey, I've seen you shirtless and I'm still here, so what does that tell you? 'I think Adam Sandler and I have always been in sync and really bring out the best in each other," Drew Barrymore continues. We're constantly thinking about how to make our characters more personal and genuine and there's a lot of care that goes into it, but at the same time we can let go and be silly and free together." Not surprisingly, their collaboration on 'Blended" came about organically, when their hectic work and family schedules finally dovetailed into a lunch date"and, from there, a renewed excitement about working together again.Says Drew Barrymore, 'We both felt it was time; let's get something going. And the next thing I knew, we were heading for Africa." 'Blended" not only offered the two stars the chance to recreate their magic on screen but to expand their romantic repertoire as single parents Jim and Lauren, in a scenario that many people can relate to.
'He'd been holding out the fact that he had five kids and when Jen finds out about it, she's not happy.
Whereas those earlier movies were more about first love and just starting out, this is about two people who never lost that capacity for fun and romance but have also experienced more of life, and they definitely brought that wisdom and perspective to the roles." 'Who doesn't want to laugh and escape into something that is actually about real life, and family, and love, and the day-to-day things we all go through with our marriages and our kids," asks Drew Barrymore.
'It's very relevant, and there are some heartfelt, meaningful moments in this movie that will definitely touch you, but make you feel good at the same time." Producer Karz offers the initial inspiration for the story.
'We thought it could be more interesting for two people to have a disastrous blind date and then be forced together with their kids to share a family vacation," says Ivan Menchell.
On top of that, 'They take over this package from someone else, with all the things those other people had put into play, whether a romantic dinner or what the kids were going to do, so these two are now living someone else's dream, which is their nightmare." Additionally, says Clare Sera, 'We wanted to have a place where they would be confined and couldn't leave, so, once they both committed to the package, there was no way out." Placing the story in such an exotic and expansive setting also goes a long way toward dragging Jim and Lauren out of their daily routines and comfort zones"as well as, maybe, their assumptions about each other"and toward a rush of experiences they couldn't have imagined having, let alone enjoying, weeks ago. 'In some ways," Frank Coraci suggests, 'Dating with kids isn't essentially that much different than dating without kids.