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Ali   May 16, 2013 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Images

In 2002 Drew played Penny in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind opposite Sam Rockwell.


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Drew Barrymore Online > Films > 2006 | Curious George


Ali   May 6, 2013 Articles

Life & Style talks with Drew about Cameron and a bunch of other fun stuff … they have given us a preview of the interview here.

Drew Barrymore may call bestie Cameron Diaz her “sister” — but they also have a bromance!

In an all-new My Life, My Style, the 38-year-old new mom dishes to Life & Style about her amazing friendship with Cam. But that’s not all! The gorgeous star answers a ton of our burning questions in the fun new interview. Get a sneak peek below:

I’m BFF-status with Cameron Diaz because…
She’s my sister, but we bro out and have crazy adventures. Most people don’t know this, but she’s very edgy.

My go-to accessory is…
A heart-shaped locket from my husband, Will Kopelman

My guilty pleasure is…
Carbs, carbs, carbs!

The fashion item I can’t live without…
Button-down flannel shirts. They’re easy, they’re grungy— but if worn right they can be more sexy than frumpy.

For the full MLMS with Drew, pick up the new issue of Life & Style, on stands now


Ali   May 5, 2013 Images, Magazines

As I mentioned earlier Drew is one of the people chosen to be on People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People issue. Here is a scan of Drew’s portion of the list.

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Drew Barrymore Online > PUBLICATIONS > 2013 > May 6 | People


Ali   May 2, 2013 Magazines, Videos

So I just found this video of Drew at the photo shoot for her Lucky Magazine cover. So dang cute!


Ali   April 29, 2013 Articles

Recently Drew did an interview with Eric Ripert for On the Table. She shared how she makes Clams Montecito … well you can now make them too. People.com has shared her recipe with the fans!

Drew Barrymore loves to laugh and have a good time with family and friends. And one of the ways she’ll surely be doing that this spring and summer is with one of her favorite dishes, Clams Montecito, which she named for her home in the exclusive area of California.

“We cook a lot. We like to crack open a bottle of wine and then break out a bunch of yummy Manila clams,” she tells Eric Ripert of the dish, which they prepared together on Reserve Channel’s On the Table.

“What inspires my cooking is my daughter because I want to be able to throw things together for her in an effortless fashion,” Barrymore, 38, says of little Olive, who was born Sept. 26.

“I’m still at the stage when I’m cooking there’s like flames going off behind me and like alarms and I’m nervous and I’m not sexy,” she adds. “So I hope by the time that she’s ready to eat my food that I make it look [easy].”

In addition to her daughter with husband Will Kopelman, Barrymore’s other inspiration is her own brand of wine, Barrymore Pinot Grigio, which is described as “a straw yellow, full-bodied wine with hints of fresh apricot and lively citrus flavors” – and which she uses in her simple yet flavorful recipe. Give it a try:

Drew’s Clams Montecito:
• 1 Bag of Manila clams – the smaller the better
• 1 cup of pinot grigio
• 5 cloves of chopped garlic
• 1 large jalapeño (with a few seeds)
• 1 lemon
• 1 stick of butter

Melt butter and add garlic and jalapeño. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes on medium heat in a saucepan and add wine. Cook down for about 5 minutes. Remove from stove and squeeze lemon into butter mixture. Turn on grill to medium high and spread clams on cookie sheet and spread around until they open. Warm butter up if need be, then toss onto clams and coat. Serve with warm baguette. Best served with pan-seared cod fish. Serves two.


Ali   April 29, 2013 Articles

Reese Witherspoon did an interview with Red magazine and talked about balancing a career and motherhood. In the interview she mentioned Drew and their friend Cameron Diaz.

She does, however, keep up with her two besties, Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore.

“They’re just as charismatic and fun as you would imagine,” Witherspoon says. “It’s nice to hang with Drew because we both just had babies, and we can support each other. And Cameron is such a funny, bright gal. She’s an incredibly sharp business-minded woman, but she disguises that side of herself. It’s her secret alter ego.”


Ali   April 27, 2013 Family, Flower Beauty, Interviews

Giuliana and Bill Rancic interviewed Drew for Parenting.com and talked to her about motherhood, her new cosmetics line and what other celebrity parents inspire her.

Giuliana and Bill Rancic chat with mompreneur Drew Barrymore about her new baby, Olive, guilt, and growing up in the Hollywood spotlight.

G&B: New baby and new makeup line—how are you managing it all? Olive must be a good sleeper!

DB: She is a good sleeper, but it is because I am very strict with her schedule.

G&B: What was the inspiration for Flower Beauty?

DB: I’ve been in the makeup chair my whole life. I’ve also worked with the best makeup artists in the world and I was co-creative director at CoverGirl. I have learned so much and wanted to give women quality cosmetics they can afford. We have the same ingredients as luxury makeup.

G&B: Are you the kind of girl who wears makeup most of the time, or only when you really have to?

DB: I like to wear a lot of makeup, I like to wear no makeup, but most of the time I want easy makeup. I want to have tools that let me do my makeup really quickly.

G&B: Which are your go-to items from the collection?

DB: Lip Tints in Dewy Rose (a red), Airy Orchid (a violet), and Sheer Blossom (a mauve). They are the perfect amount of color for your day.

G&B: What is your favorite part about being a mom?

DB: Being constantly fascinated by Olive. And caring more about her than I’ve ever cared about anything.

G&B: What’s been hardest?

DB: The guilt—lots of moms tell me that is a natural feeling, but it is very powerful.

G&B: What did you have to change, lifestyle-wise, after Olive was born?

DB: So much. The truth is, you can’t have it all. But you can appreciate what you do have much more. Everything gets more narrow, more focused.

G&B: What will you do differently with Olive from the way you grew up?

DB: Schedules, chore charts, family meals, consistency, boundaries, routine, trust, and endless joy.

G&B: You were a child star—would you want the same for your daughter?

DB: No. I want her to be a kid as long as possible.

G&B: What about when she’s older? How would you feel about Olive joining the Barrymore family business someday?

DB: If it made her happy, I think that would be great.

G&B: Will you be a softie or a disciplinarian?

DB: Disciplinarian, because I think it shows that you care. But that doesn’t have to negate being the silliest mom that ever lived.

G&B: At what age will you let Olive start experimenting with makeup?

DB: Kids should not wear makeup! However, teenagers should absolutely play with makeup. I think that’s where you start to learn who you are.

G&B: How involved has your husband, Will Kopelman, been with Olive?

DB: He is a great dad. I waited to do this until I knew I would have a great partner. And he wants to take her to football games, which I’m excited about.

G&B: Which of your movies do you most want Olive to see when she’s bigger?

DB: E.T. and Ever After.

G&B: What other famous parents do you admire?

DB: Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw. They have a big, beautiful family and they are happy, giving, and wise.


Ali   April 26, 2013 Curious George, Images

In 2006 Drew did the voice of Maggie in the film Curious George. Here are some posters and stills from the film!


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Drew Barrymore Online > Films > 2006 | Curious George