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Even before he came a dad, but especially after, he made his sets kid-friendly. During a conference at the film’s press day, co-stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore talked about how their friendship and chemistry has evolved over the course of doing three films – The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates and Blended, how they each have their own families now, making comedies that are funny but also have heart, and the toughest part of being a parent. Question: How has your chemistry changed in the 16 years that you’ve done three films together? The world is going to throw stuff at you that can hurt you, so you have to just make sure that your family gets your back. That night, when they’re mad at you, you can say, “Remember, the In-N-Out Burger?!This time, it's for Blended, a comedy with more adult sensibilities about two fractured single halves who wind up together. Adds Barrymore, the mom of Olive, almost 2, and newborn Frankie.The key to their connection, both fictional and real? I give her her distance – I let her do her things, go off with her friends. "We haven't really changed who we are as people, even though our lives have changed and we've grown up together." She's not exaggerating. "I'm not there every day and every morning but I'm around them a lot.