By Jessica Wedemeyer
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore's on-screen chemistry is just as hot as when they first started working together in the '90s -- but that's about the only thing that has stayed the same for the two stars in the 15 years since "The Wedding Singer." The frequent co-stars both have two daughters, which makes their roles as single parents in their new film "Blended" all the more apt. Read on to see what Adam and Drew had to say about parenting -- the good, the bad and the hamburgers! Plus, check out how Adam used co-star Bella Thorne to get closer to his kids and more.
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Adam Sandler on the hardest part of being a parent:
"The hours are tough -- and every moment that your kid's upset will rattle you so much. If your kid's upset, you're rocked until they're not upset. Even when they're not upset, you just go, 'God, I hope that doesn't happen down the line.' You're nervous. You're just always nervous [because] you want your kid to be happy. Now I understand why my folks were so much about, like, 'Be nice to your sister and make sure everybody in the family's OK.' It's like their protection to say, 'Look, the world's going to throw stuff at you that can hurt you. Just make sure that your family's got your back.' So I get that a little more."
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