Found July 07, 2013 on The Other Paper:
PLAYERS: Adam Sandler
Another "Grown Ups" movie on the horizon can only mean one thing in NASCAR — another unique rendition of traditional "Drivers, start your engines" by the movie's stars Kevin James and Adam Sandler. The duo — along with "Grown Ups 2" co-star Shaquille O'Neal — did an ear-shattering a capella version of the command prior to Saturday's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway to either the delight or the distress of the crowd — depending on your perspective. After the trio's harmonization, the roar of revving engines probably never sounded as good to those fans in the stands. Judge for yourself.

Can WE just ban Adam Sandler and Kevin James

from ever saying the most famous words in motorsports again.  Although they were better then the 2010 edition it was still; horrible,  I really do think some NASCAR legends have been turning in their graves after hearing them say those words. This is the 2013 version:   These are classy words and need to said with respect, not the way they said it.

April Rose…UH YUMP!!!

How do you get a bunch of 40-something year olds to watch a ballet recital? You have a ballet instructor that looks like this. That is exactly the case on the upcoming movie Grown Ups 2 as Adam Sandler, David Spade and Kevin James’ characters enjoy watching April Rose teach ballet. Besides her role as the Hot Dance Instructor on Grown Ups 2, April also hosts Maxim Magazine’s...
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