Filmmaker Steven Spielberg told actress Drew Barrymore he still cares and always has. Barrymore had worked with Spielberg in his 1982 sci-fi superhit “ET The Extra-Terrestrial”, as a child actor.
“I still care about you and ever since that little blonde hurricane first walked into my office for an audition and stormed us, then quickly took the world by storm,” Spielberg told the actress on her talk show, “The Drew Barrymore Show”.
Drew Barrymore replied, “One of the most important people to me, you taught me to be responsible, to be a good person and that made me feel good.”
She added that she always thought that whenever she did something good or good, she always thought about what Spielberg would think and feel about her “because I live to make you feel proud”, said Drew Barrymore.
“You have made me so proud consistently for so many decades. Her ET (ET The Extra-Terrestrial) interview was the best because she walked into the office. She never mentioned the movie once, but immediately brought up the punk band she was forming, ”Steven Spielberg said on the show, which airs on Zee Cafe in India.
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