The Wedding Singer” is a romantic comedy film released in 1998, directed by Frank Coraci and starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. While I don’t have specific information about what you may or may not know, I can share some interesting facts about the movie:

Retro Setting: The film is set in the 1980s, and it’s known for its nostalgic portrayal of the era, featuring iconic ’80s music, fashion, and cultural references. Österreich

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore’s Chemistry: “The Wedding Singer” marked the first on-screen collaboration between Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. The duo later went on to star in more romantic comedies like “50 First Dates” and “Blended.”

Cameo Appearances: The film includes cameo appearances by several ’80s celebrities, including Billy Idol, who performs at the movie’s climactic wedding scene.

Real Wedding: The wedding scene where Robbie (Adam Sandler) sings “Grow Old With You” was actually shot at a real wedding. The guests were not informed that it was a movie shoot until after the scene was filmed.

Musical Numbers: “The Wedding Singer” features several memorable musical performances, including Adam Sandler’s rendition of “Somebody Kill Me Please” and the aforementioned “Grow Old With You.”

Inspiration from Real Events: The idea for the film was inspired by writer Tim Herlihy’s own experiences as a wedding singer in the 1980s.

Financial Success: Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, “The Wedding Singer” was a commercial success, grossing over $123 million worldwide against a $18 million budget.

These are just a few interesting aspects of “The Wedding Singer.” If there’s a specific aspect you’re curious about, feel free to ask!