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Blended (22-May-2014)

Director: Frank Coraci

Writers: Ivan Menchell; Clare Sera

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A man and woman burned from a bad blind date wind up together at a family-oriented resort, with the presence of their children carrying unexpected consequences.

ABSTRACT
Lauren and Jim, single parents and hopeless romantics searching for Mr. and Mrs. Right, endure a terrible blind date with one another that leaves them determined never to see each other again. Fate, of course, has different plans in mind, drawing the pair back together when they each coincidentally decide to take their children on the same African safari getaway, leading them to re-examine their connection to one another when their offspring are tossed into the dynamic.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alexis Arquette
Actor
28-Jul-1969   Last Exit to Brooklyn
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Allen Covert
Actor
13-Oct-1964   Grandma's Boy
Terry Crews
Actor
30-Jul-1968   Everybody Hates Chris
Joel McHale
TV Personality
20-Nov-1971   The Soup
Wendi McLendon-Covey
Actor
10-Oct-1969   Deputy Johnson on Reno 911!
Kevin Nealon
Comic
18-Nov-1953   Saturday Night Live
Shaquille O'Neal
Basketball
6-Mar-1972   Shaq Attack
Bill Romanowski
Football
2-Apr-1966   Abusive NFL linebacker
Adam Sandler
Comic
9-Sep-1966   The Wedding Singer, SNL alumnus
Bella Thorne
Actor
8-Oct-1997   CeCe Jones on Shake It Up!

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