'Grown Ups,' 'Knight and Day' open in theaters

Hollywood Wrap with George Pennacchio
LOS ANGELES The comedy "Grown Ups" reunites five former best friends after the passing of a childhood coach. When the friends reconnect over a long weekend, they see just how their lives have changed since childhood.

Star, producer and co-writer Adam Sandler wrote parts for his real life actor friends, including Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, Kevin James and David Spade.

"You also know that he gives you a good script, and then we get out there and it sounds kind of corny but we do get to play around and have some fun," said Spade. "We're friends, we laugh at each others' jokes, and then he's always up for adding, 'Do you want more takes? Do you have anything you want to add?' And then you just do it and then you get hopefully it looks like we're having fun which was the idea."

,p> "Grown Ups" is rated PG-13.

Also new to the big screen this week is the PG-13 rated film "Knight and Day." The film, starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, mixes action, comedy and thrills.

It all starts when a mysterious stranger, and super spy who just may or may not be crazy, comes into the life a nice, ordinary, law abiding young woman. She's then forced to become a part of his world and her life becomes something she never would have imagined.

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