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The 'Wedding Singer' and '50 First Dates' co-stars recall their first meeting and promise to love each other even when they get older in the sweet and funny song.
This year's 'Worst' nomination list is once again linked to Adam Sandler whose movie 'Grown Ups 2' appear in almost every category.
The '50 First Dates' on-screen couple reunites for another romantic comedy set against the exotic background of Africa.
The upcoming guest-starring gig will reunite Sandler and Andy Samberg, who co-starred in movies 'That's My Boy' and 'Grown Ups 2'.
The 'Jack and Jill' actor is ranked first, while the 'We're the Millers' actress is lucky enough to sit outside the top 5 at the eighth place.
Cameron Diaz might as well take part in the adaptation of Chad Kultgen's book, which reportedly has been scripted by 'Juno' director Jason Reitman.
The actor talks to David Letterman about being jumped on by a wild cat during a recent safari in Africa.
Adrien Brody acts cool and Michelle Rodriguez talks about Japanese culture in the new trailer for the film also starring Lindsay Lohan and Rob Schneider.
The '50 First Dates' couple will work again with Frank Coraci, who once set them up as on-screen lovers in 'The Wedding Singer'.
Marvel is reportedly also eyeing Wes Bentley, Chris Lowell and Cam Gigandet for the lead role of Peter Quill.
'I've been told my whole life that I look like him and remind people of him, which was not coincidence because I was obsessed with him growing up,' so Samberg says of his on-screen dad Sandler.
The Jacob Black of the 'Twilight Saga' film series is in negotiations to tackle a 'fun' role in the 'Grown Ups' sequel, which will bring back Dennis Dugan to the directing seat.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' hitmakers decline the invitation from First Lady Michelle Obama, but 'they'd love to go another time.'
The 'Jack and Jill' actor, who has just swept all the awards at the 2012 Razzies, is in talks with Paramount Pictures to produce the long-gestating reboot project through his Happy Madison banner.
The comedy movie was named the Worst Picture of 2011, while its lead actor grabbed both Worst Actor and Actress awards at the 32nd Annual Razzie Awards which was held on April Fool's Day.