The family-friendly romantic comedy isn’t especially inspired or all that funny, but there’s still something a little special about the Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore’s on-screen rapport.
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore discuss parenting, and the evolution of their on-screen chemistry, from The Wedding Singer to Blended
Chiller lines up theatrical and cable releases for the Drew Barrymore-produced Animals as well as Deep In The Darkness, starring Sean Patrick Thomas and Dean Stockwell.
After years of Charlie’s Angels and romantic comedies, who could blame Drew Barrymore for wanting to escape it all? Traveling to Oz with a sequel to The Wizard of may be going a little too far, though…