Drew Barrymore Online
Ali   May 20, 2014 Guest Appearances, Images, Videos

At the end of last week Drew stopped by the Tonight Show which is hosted by her good friend Jimmy Fallon! And the interview does not disappoint!

And of course we have some pics!

Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > 2014 > 2014 > May 16 | The Tonight Show – Show


Ali   May 15, 2014 Events, Images

Added some images of Drew at the press conference for Blended.

Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > 2014 > May 13 | Blended Hollywood Press Conference


Ali   May 14, 2014 Co-Stars, Family, Guest Appearances, Videos

I love Ellen’s show but how cute to have both Adam & Drew talking about their daughters with Ellen. Plus it is cute to watch them reminiscence about filming The Wedding Singer … anyway you need to watch this adorable clip.

Drew Barrymore isn’t pregnant anymore, but she’s still got a glow.

The actress gave birth to her second daughter, Frankie, just three weeks ago, yet she still managed to step out and appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show (airing May 19) alongside her pal Adam Sandler to promote their upcoming film Blended—and she looked absolutely amazing!

“It feels like a miracle and it’s also so awesome I have to say,” she added about stepping out so soon after giving birth. “I feel like I actually have, first of all, I love this movie and I would never not like show up for it and I feel so good and happy. My kid is healthy. I have nothing to complain about. Like, I’m so blessed.”

She also explained how she and hubby Will Kopelman came to decide on their baby girl’s name, noting that almost everything they liked sounded like food or colors when paired with her big sis Olive.

“We, um, it was just a name that like came to my husband and I about a few months before she was born and it was just sort of like I think this is it and then we just gave ourselves the room to change our mind but we never did. Not the most interesting story,” Barrymore said.

The couple welcomed their second child together on April 22, and while she quickly got back to work, she couldn’t help but gush about motherhood when talking to E! News at the film’s junket.

“You know what’s going on more, so you’re a lot less worried and stressed,” Barrymore said. “It’s so much more work, but it is so much more calming in a way. It’s just grounding.”

(source)

Oooh found another clip!


Ali   May 14, 2014 Blended, Videos

ET Online sat down with Drew & Adam during their interview for their film Blended and showed the duo an interview they did together for press for their film The Wedding Singer. Click on the image below to watch.

Blended stars Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler take a look back at their first ET interview together for ‘The Wedding Singer,’ which is now 16 years old!


Ali   May 13, 2014 Blended, Co-Stars

Drew’s Blended co-star Bella Thorne is on the cover of Seventeen Magazine and in her cover story she shares her thoughts on Drew.

“Drew [Barrymore] is so positive and beautiful on the inside and out. On the set of Blended, she always had a smile and looked at the positive side of things. I learned from that, and I think other girls should too.”

To see more of Bella’s cover story visit Seventeen.com.


Ali   May 13, 2014 Articles, Blended

People talked to Drew at the press conference held yesterday for her new film Blended.

Bringing home baby was blissful for Drew Barrymore.

The star, 39, who gave birth to her second daughter, Frankie, on April 22, says the transition has been “great. I couldn’t be better.”

Speaking at a press conference for Blended, her new comedy with her frequent costar, Adam Sandler – it opens May 23 – Barrymore said, ” I couldn’t fake it. I’m really happy. Everything is just as good as it could possibly be.”

In the comedy, the actress plays a single mom of two, and said the role appealed to her because of her own upbringing.

“I had times in my life where I really needed a mom,” she said. “I am now a mom. I’m going to be there for my kids. Like moms are my Achilles’s heel, emotionally speaking.”

As for Mother’s Day, Barrymore said she and her husband, art advisor Will Kopelman, 36, celebrated in typical fashion after a full day with their 19-month-old daughter Olive: “Sweatpants, Game of Thrones, take out,” she said. “Because we were just too tired.”

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Ali   May 12, 2014 Articles

Drew is one of the celebs who wants her children to have a normal life and has spoken how she would not want her daughters to act.

Drew Barrymore was only seven when she got her big break in “E.T.,” but she won’t let her kids go down the same path. In a new interview, the “Whip It” star said she would not allow her two daughters, Olive and Frankie, to follow in her footsteps.

“I will never let my children act,” she told The Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine. “When they’re 18, if they want to, but not before.”

Though she didn’t explain why she didn’t want them to be child stars, she did say that while “E.T.” gave her life structure she didn’t have, they wouldn’t need that. “They are going to have everything they need,” she said.

Barrymore is one of a growing number of celebrities who have come out to say they won’t let their kids have the same life that they did. Here are the top three reasons they are against their kids going into showbiz:

They want them to have a normal life
Back in 2012, Jennifer Lopez told Women’s Wear Daily she would prefer that her twins, Max and Emme, have some normalcy until they’re old enough to decide on careers for themselves. “They should have a normal life – go to school, play, grow up. They should have a family life, as solid a foundation as I can give them,” she said. “If they want to go off and be artists or singers or dancers or pilots or architects or anything – then they have my full support. “

“How I Met Your Mother” star Alyson Hannigan, who started acting in her mid-teens, said the same thing in 2009 of her daughter, Satyana. “I really want her to have a childhood that is about climbing trees, playing in the grass,” she told Celebrity Baby Scoop, adding, “I really would like her to have a normal childhood, whatever that means. But if she wants to go into showbiz when she is an adult, I’ll support her.”

Since then, Hannigan has had another daughter, Keeva.

It’s too much pressure
Brooke Shields started acting in “Pretty Baby” at age 12, but wouldn’t want that for her own daughters, Rowan and Grier. “I just don’t think they need that burden, that pressure,” she told Life & Style in 2009. “There’s a lot of pressure. As long as they get an education, they can do whatever they want. If they need my help, I’ll try, but I hope they find other interests.” Nick Cannon, who has twins with Mariah Carey, has also spoken out about the pressure of being a child star. “As a parent, and maybe because I’m a new parent, I am so protective and so sensitive and would never want anyone to judge my child,” he told Parade in 2012.

It’s too stressful for the parents
In her new interview with ELLE, Angelina Jolie, who has six children with Brad Pitt, admitted that having daughter Vivienne play opposite her in “Maleficent” made her question whether she wanted her children to pursue a showbiz career. “Brad and I made the decision that we wouldn’t keep them from sets and the fun of making movies, but we wouldn’t [glorify it either] — we wouldn’t make it a good thing or a bad thing,” she said. “But I would really prefer they do something else. After two days of it, Brad and I were so stressed we never wanted to do it again.”


Ali   April 30, 2014 Images, Photoshoots

Added a new outtake to the gallery from a shoot Drew did last year. One of my fave shoots!

Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > Outtakes > 2013 > 008




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