50 First Dates
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50 First Dates
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50 First Dates
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore star together for the first time since The Wedding Singer in one ofthe funniest romantic comedies in years. Henry (Sandler) lives an enviable life in a Hawaiian paradise, spending every night with a beautiful tourist in search of an island fling. It's a sweet life with no strings attached...until he meets Lucy (Barrymore). He and Lucy hit it off from the get-go, but the next day she acts like she doesn't know him. Has his karma come around to kick him in thebutt o
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First a child star, then an accomplished actress, producer and now director, Drew Barrymore talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about her remarkable career.
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The Streets of New York
Drew Barrymore and Anderson Cooper walk and talk their way through New York City, as she reflects on fame, her family and fans.
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Drew Barrymore Monologue: Audience Questions
Drew Barrymore answers audience questions.
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Drew Barrymore Monologue: Barrymore Dynasty
Drew recounts the history of the Barrymore Dynasty.
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Drew Barrymore Reveals Meaning Behind Baby Olive's Name
It's no secret that Drew Barrymore is loving motherhood, but the actress reveals how come she and husband, Will Kopelman, chose her name.
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Drew Barrymore Removing All Tattoos
Drew Barrymore is reportedly removing all her tattoos in order to convert to Jewish faith.
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Ever After: A Cinderella Story
This contemporary retelling of the classic fairy tale stars Drew Barrymore as a savvy, 'modern' young woman of the 16th Century whose strength and courage work magic on the lives of all those around here including the prince of France.
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Will Ferrell Pays Special Tribute to John Williams at AFI Award Ceremony
The American Film Institute honored legendary composer John Williams with it's 44th Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony in Los Angeles on June 9, which aired Wednesday on TNT. From AFI.com: "The selection criteria states that 'the recipient should be one whose talent has in a fundamental way advanced the film art; whose accomplishment has been acknowledged by scholars, critics, professional peers and the general public; and whose work has stood the test of time.'" Will Ferrell opened the show dressed in a tuxedo and white gloves, and holding a baton proceeded to "conduct" the theme to "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." Looking for audience participation in the form of singers, he found Harrison Ford and Drew Barrymore, neither of whom were helpful. A delightful Cloris Leachman pled with him to let her sing, and when he finally ceded, she gave it her best. But her best was nothing in comparison to who was waiting next: Elsa herself, Broadway and "Frozen" star, Idina Menzel. Cuts to John Williams throughout showed the award recipient to be delighted by the whole affair.
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The Talk - 'The Talk' Hosts Discuss if Divorce is a Failure
Drew Barrymore recently called her divorce a 'failure.' The hosts discuss if they consider a failed relationship a failure. Sharon Osbourne says, "I don't think so. I think that Drew is being very hard on herself... She has two beautiful children out of the marriage... and hopefully they will still have that family unit going forward with their babies... so I don't see that as a failure. Sara Gilbert adds, "I think we shouldn't see it as a failure, but it's hard not to when you're actually in the circumstances." Julie Chen says, "I'll tell you what is a failure in my opinion... When you stay in a bad relationship, especially [when] you say, We're doing it for your kids."