She reached out to him more than a decade before, when he found himself at the center of a scandal and she was a recovering Hollywood wild child.
Drew Barrymore opens up about her death in Scream, revealing why she was so adamant Casey Becker had to die.
The claim that John Barrymore's corpse was taken for a night out has been a persistent piece of Hollywood mythology.
Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, Cameron Diaz, Thandie Newton and Zoe Saldana are among a host of female action stars kicking lumps out of each other in a new viral video.
Almost 20 years after Charlie’s Angels was rebooted from 70s TV show to millennial movie, its stars reunited yesterday as Lucy Lui unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Kill Bill star was joined by Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore, who made up the crime-fighting trio from director McG’s 2000 actioner.
The supposedly 'fake' Drew Barrymore interview from an Egyptian in-flight magazine that went viral is not fake after all.
Egyptian airline EgyptAir is standing by a 'surreal' interview with actress Drew Barrymore in its in-flight magazine, after it went viral.
Drew Barrymore bought her adorable younger daughter, Frankie Kopelman, to the Society of MSK’s 2017 Bunny Hop in N.Y.C. on March 7. Drew Barrymore’s younger daughter, Frankie, made her red-carpet debut on Tuesday, and all we can think of is … Gertie! The Santa Clarita Diet star, 42, brought her youngest child to the Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Bunny Hop in New York City on Tuesday.
Drew Barrymore moved in some pretty rarified circles when she was a kid. It features Barrymore not only with E.T. himself, but also with the legendary record producer Quincy Jones, and his daughters Kidada and Rashida. Kidada is a famous fashion designer today, while Rashida has starred in movies like ‘The Social Network’, ‘The Muppets’ and is probably best-known for her role as Ann Perkins in ‘Parks and Recreation’.
Former Hollywood wildchild Drew Barrymore broke down on Howard Stern’s radio show, after describing how she was institutionalised at the age of 13. The 40-year-old star of movies like ‘Charlie’s Angels’ and 'Scream’ has been doing the rounds promoting her new book of essays 'Wildflower’. Prior to that, she’d been sent to live with reformed addict and rock star David Crosby for two months in the hope of curbing her behaviour.
Of course, many of Craven’s most celebrated films came earlier, notably ‘The Last House on the Left,’ ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ and ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ - but in some respects ‘Scream’ seems even more Craven’s signature series, given he directed all of the films. Indeed, 2011′s ‘Scream 4′ proved to be his final feature. Dusting off the tired slasher format with a hefty dose of knowing humour and self-reference, ‘Scream’ not only revitalised the genre but also gave a new generation of viewers, hitherto ignorant of 70s and 80s horror, a crash course in slasher film history.
Good morning, angels! Yes, in yet more reboot news, it seems another big screen take on ‘Charlie’s Angels’ is in the works - and a certain big-name actress-turned-director is in talks to direct it. Variety report that Elizabeth Banks has entered into negotiations with Sony to take the helm of a new movie centred on the iconic, high-camp, high-fashion crime-fighting trio employed by the enigmatic and unseen Charlie. ‘Charlie’s Angels’ started life in the Aaron Spelling-produced TV show of the late 1970s, whose varying line-up included Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack, Tanya Roberts, and most famously the late Farrah Fawcett.