Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are collaborating as co-stars again, and this time, they’ve joined with Frank Coraci, director of The Wedding SingerMoviehole has the info:

“Recently divorced mother of two boys, LAUREN REYNOLDS, and widowed father of three girls, JIM FRIEDMAN, have a disastrous blind date that puts them off dating for the foreseeable future. However, when the two purchase a discount “Familymoon” vacation from Lauren’s best friend and business partner, JEN, they wind up at an African resort with their kids in tow. Initially acrimonious, their relationship skews, gradually and irresistibly, towards romance.”

There’s also a cast breakdown which does not bode well for the movie’s quality.

Brendan is 13-14 years old, he’s Lauren’s son. “He’s a gangly, tough, working-class, rebellious kid ‘caught in the quicksand between boy and man,'” say the casting notes. “Also still hurting from his parents’ divorce, Brendan is delighted to go along on the African vacation — but not so thrilled to see the growing attraction between his mom and Jim. Brendan is initially creeped out by Jim’s daughter, Sophie, a tomboy who rubs him the wrong way. But Sophie’s also an excellent gamer, and during the voyage, the two find themselves bonding in a close new friendship that bodes well for their soon-to-be ‘blended’ families.”

Tyler, 9, Lauren’s youngest son is “a wild, hyperactive kid who is always getting into hot water. Working-class and tough like his brother, yet he is deeply hurt by his father’s neglect, Tyler is always hoping against hope that his dad will show up for his baseball games — but without a guy to help him toss a ball around, Tyler’s a disaster at the sport. Later, while on the vacation, he bonds closely with Jim, a natural athlete who shows Tyler the ropes of baseball — and proves a vital male role model to his new young friend.”

He just wants someone to come to his baseball games, guys.

Ginger is “a super-hot Asian trophy wife, who speaks with a thick Asian accent. She’s very optimistic and hopeful and isn’t phased by much, not even her new stepson’s coldness to her. Always one to be positive, Ginger thinks everything is “romantic,” her word of choice. She’s up for anything, from paragliding to couples’ massage, which makes her almost uncontrollably “hot”. *SPOILER* In the end, Ginger has a nice moment that shows she’ll become a great step-mom.” *SPOILER*

“Speaks with a thick Asian accent.” I am sure this will be the height of taste. Also, that last thing is only a spoiler if you are either not intelligent or have never seen a movie in your life.

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