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Drew Barrymore Reunites With ‘E.T.’ Cast in Honor of Film’s 40th Anniversary

Drew revealed that she believed E.T. was real as a kid as she talked to her co-stars on her show

Drew Barrymore reunited with the ‘E.T.’ cast in honor of the film’s 40th anniversary.

Now regarded as one of the Hollywood’s classics, Steven Spielberg’s ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ arrived in theaters in 1982.

Drew Barrymore was reunited with her ‘E.T.  castmates on an upcoming episode of her talk show to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi classic.
The latest episode of the Drew Barrymore Show was aired on Monday featuring the actress and host reunited with co-stars Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, and Robert Macnaughton in celebration of the film’s 40th anniversary.
Drew revealed that she believed E.T. was real as a kid as she talked to her co-stars.
“Steven Spielberg, he cast me as Gertie when I was just five years old, and that changed my life,” Barrymore explained to the audience.
“He gave me a purpose and a clear understanding of love and respect. He gave me a family that changed my perception of a family forever. The cast, Robert and Henry and Dee, I truly became a family with them.”
The video clips and images from the latest episode of the Drew Barrymore Show have left the fans taking down memory lane as the host-actress talked about the film’s making with her co-stars.

 

 

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