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Ali   August 31, 2013 Images, Magazines

I have scanned the feature of Drew in the September issue of InStyle magazine.

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Ali   August 23, 2013 Flower Beauty, Videos

Better Homes & Garden’s did a beauty spotlight with Drew as part of this week’s Tip Tuesday.

Drew Barrymore — actress, new mom, and creator of the makeup line Flower Beauty — is featured in our annual Stylemaker Issue! We called for beauty questions last week on Facebook, and today we’re excited to share a special video Drew’s made to answer a few of them. Drew was so impressed by your questions, she asked to hang on to them for future Tip Tuesday videos.

Many thanks to Drew and her team for letting us be a part of today’s video. If you love Drew’s style, be sure to pick up a copy of the September issue of Better Homes and Gardens to learn about her new makeup line and beauty tips.

Ali   August 21, 2013 Articles

You may know that Drew has a talent for photography. Well she is publishing a book of her photographs. The book will be available in January.

Drew Barrymore is upping her photography cred.

E! News has exclusively learned that the Grey Gardens star will release her first book of photos, Find It in Everything, on Jan. 14 (Amazon presale begins today.)

The 96-page book will be a collection of photos of heart-shaped objects that Barrymore has shot over the course of the last 10 years.

“I have always loved hearts,” Barrymore says. “The way that one continuous line accomplishes the most extraordinary thing—it conveys love. Hearts are my beacons. I love them man-made and natural, young and old.

“Whenever and wherever I see the heart shape, a smile spreads across my face. The heart has an unbeatable romance when you discover one where you least expect it.”

Some of the images in the Little, Brown and Company book include a discarded straw wrapper, a hole in a T-shirt and a scallion in a bowl of miso soup.

Barrymore, who joined Twitter just yesterday, has had her photography exhibited at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Just last year she shot Shailene Woodley, Victoria Justice and Isabelle Fuhrman for V magazine and Charlotte Gainsbourg in a campaign for a Tommy Hilfiger handbag benefiting Breast Health International.


Ali   August 21, 2013 Drew

Late to the party, but happy to be here!

So excited to announce that Ms. Drew has joined twitter!! Her username is @DrewBarrymore so be sure to go and follow her!

Ali   August 13, 2013 Interviews, Magazines

Here is part of Drew’s interview with InStyle Magazine!

InStyle’s September issue is a record breaker. First with its size — the girth of its 716 pages deem it the largest issue we have ever published in our nearly 20 year history. And for our cover subject, Drew Barrymore, who is a record-setter in her own right: This marks her seventh InStyle cover, the most for any star ever. She celebrated her history with InStyle by having a reunion of sorts with Editor Ariel Foxman, who had first sat down with her near the beach in Santa Monica a decade ago. This meeting was decidedly more high-tech: The two chatted over Spreecast, a live digital video service. Throughout their conversation one thing was remarkably clear: Barrymore proves that you actually can live happily ever after. Having long ago slain her dragons to overcome the trials and misadventures of her youth, she has finally found her prince (husband Will Kopelman), has given birth to a little princess (1-year-old Olive), and rules with grace over a self-made empire (she runs a production company, Flower Films, and a beauty line, Flower Beauty, to name a few). Scroll down to read a portion of Ariel and Drew’s conversation. To read the full interview, pick up the new InStyle, on newsstands and available for download to your tablet starting Friday, August 16.

Editor’s Note: The following is excerpted from the Drew Barrymore cover story, “A Real-Life Fairy Tale” by Ariel Foxman, which originally appears in InStyle’s September 2013 issue.

ARIEL FOXMAN: Olive is a year old now. What types of things are you experiencing with her now?

DREW BARRYMORE: Yesterday I took her to the Guggenheim Museum, and these two little girls were dancing in front of a light installation. They were about 7 years old, and Olive just loves kids. We put her on the floor, and you could see how much she wanted to play with them. I had this weird mix of emotions. I was so proud of my daughter that she was giving of herself, and I began remembering those moments when as a child, you’re like, “I wanna play! I wanna play!” And the other kids are like, “Not now, kid. Beat it!”

AF: “Step aside!”

DB: I was like, “Oh my god, this what being a parent is.” It’s a lot of pride and a lot of nervousness.

AF: Are you an anxious parent?

DB: I love the person who said, “Parenting is like wearing your heart on the outside of your body.” It’s the most beautiful, perfect analogy. I have anxieties about how much I’d like to get it right, making sure I provide her with an environment that’s safe, nurturing, and loving. And silly and free, also consistent and grounding. Then I just have the same typical fear every other parent has: Are they going to fall down?

AF: Is your husband, Will, very calm?

DB: Will and I are a nice balance of opposition and similarities. He always says, “being calm is so important.” Because I tend to be not calm. I probably act more like a chicken with its head cut off! But I can also be very strong. I’m entering my 40s, and now I get to step back and take these incredible, extraordinary life experiences and life lesson and apply them to being a parent.

AF: What are the most important lessons you have learned?

DB: Nothing comes for free. Life does not provide you with an easy ride. You have to face really deep internal and sometimes external challenges. It’s so humbling. Not to take away from the really big obstacles everybody faces, but I’ve also learned you just have realize how ridiculous certain things can be.

To read more of Ariel Foxman’s interview with Drew Barrymore, including her thoughts on being a famous a mom, getting older, and having more children, pick up a copy of InStyle’s September 2013 issue. Available at newsstands and for download purchase Friday, August 16th.

Ali   August 12, 2013 Magazines

Drew is covering the September issue of InStyle magazine! Can’t wait for my copy to arrive!!!

Ali   August 6, 2013 Articles

I thought this was super sweet! Atlanta’s 11 Alive shares this fun story of Drew & Adam visiting a little boy named Tripp Halstead.

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — Hollywood paid a visit to Tripp Halstead, as Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore took time out of a movie shoot to visit with Tripp.

According to the Halstead’s Facebook page, the two stars were filming the movie “Blended” in Flowery Branch and asked Tripp to come see them.

Here’s the Facebook Post:

Bill: all I can say is wow, you never know who is reading your story. We received a message yesterday from Kathryn Covert, she is married to Allen Covert, who is best friends with Adam Sandler!! She has been following Tripp’s story from the very Tripp like he was the movie star, it was so cute!! He really did awesome, he was waving at people and flashing that precious grin of his, we also gave everyone a Teamboom shirt, so hopefully we spot them out and about (or maybe a brief cameo in the movie!!) wearing them. Tripp had a great night last night and it was so precious, in his sleep he would pick up his arm like he was practice waving lol. Thank you all again so much for everything, hope everyone has a great day!!

Ali   August 6, 2013 Blended

Variety shares that the name of Drew’s film formerly known as Blended is now called “Familymoon”. Warner Brothers has also given it a May 23, 2014 release date.

Warner Bros. has swapped “Blended” for “The Familymoon” as the title for its romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

Frank Coraci is directing the film from a script by Ivan Menchell and Clare Sera, rewritten by Sandler and Tim Herlihy. Story revolves around a couple who, after disastrous blind date, are stuck together in a family resort with their children from previous marriages.

Sandler’s Happy Madison is producing along with Gulfstream. Shooting began in May in Atlanta and South Africa.

Warner has dated the film May 23 at the start of the Memorial Day weekend next year opposite Fox’s “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”

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