Sound off below and make sure to check out "Blended" when it hits theaters nationwide Friday!Barrymore had her second child on April 22 with her husband, Will Kopelman.'Blended' Director: Frank Coraci Stars: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore Rating: PG-132 (out of 5) Globes“Blended” begins with Adam Sandler taking a blind date to a Hooters.Despite being a father of three daughters, Sandler’s Jim doesn’t notice Lauren (Drew Barrymore) is fuming, perhaps because he's staring slackjawed at the World’s Strongest Man competition on the TV.
(It’s actually South Africa.) And the machinations it takes to get them there are both convoluted and nonsensical: Jim orchestrates it despite finding her a shrill, overprotective harpy.This marks the third time they’ll fall in love, following “The Wedding Singer” and “50 First Dates.” Here’s why the two pals love teaming up. Looking back at their first meeting more than 16 years ago, Sandler recalled to ET, “You were cooler than me — no doubt you were cooler than me. About six years later later, the pair reunited to star in 50 First Dates. While the set-up might feel somewhat cliched, the real beauty of the story comes from the honest depiction of family relationships in all forms – from fragile and frustrating to the fleeting moments of boundless joy. And I laughed and I cried, and that’s what I care about in life. It’s me and you, and god forbid anything ever happen to either one of us, I tell her, you should move on. “When we found 50 First Dates, I actually sat down to a typewriter and I wrote him a letter crying. In Sandler’s words, “We had lunch and she said, come on, I think it’s time we should do another movie.