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They were both married a long time and they're really not ready to date again, but their friends keep telling them they have to move on.

So, somehow they get set up on this blind date and it doesn't go well. He says all the wrong things and drinks her beer, and then she ends up choking on her soup and that's pretty much the high point of the evening." 'They almost start to get into a rhythm several times but it goes awry each time and that's so true to life," adds Drew Barrymore.

and of course, good old-fashioned booty calls gone wrong.

Setting the scene of Jim and Lauren's first meeting, Adam Sandler says, 'She's recently divorced, and my character, Jim, is widowed.

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The newlyweds would bring their children along with them on their honeymoon so they could all spend quality time together away from the pressures of daily life." Screenwriters Ivan Menchell and Clare Sera took the essence of that idea and instead of securing the relationship first and then trying to rally the offspring, took a different approach.She breaks up with him," says Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey.'She's not ready to be a step-mom to five children. And that's how Lauren's family and Jim's family get to go on this incredible trip." Seizing the opportunity to take her boys on a vacation they'll never forget, Lauren secures half of Jen's unwanted accommodations at a deep discount while, unbeknownst to either of them, Jim works his own connections to strike the same savvy deal for the other half, for himself and his girls.- Brooke Hunter Blended Release Date: June 12th, 2014 Lauren: I naturally assumed you were divorced. Their spontaneous and undeniable chemistry propelled them through the next '50 First Dates" and now, 16 years after that first hello, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are reunited in 'Blended," a romantic comedy that takes a sweet and funny look at love"but this time, from a very different point of view.'Blended" director Frank Coraci knows that chemistry well, having watched it develop while directing the pair in 'The Wedding Singer." 'They clicked immediately," he recounts.Review: Funny and interesting yet a traditional Adam Sandler film, Blended will keep audiences interested and laughing.

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