Drew Barrymore attends the Montblanc & The Cinema Society screening of "Miss You Already" at Museum of Modern Art, October 25, 2015.
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It also is self-deprecating, with references to Barrymore's "klutziness" and "valley girl" cadence.She makes sure to touch on well-known moments, including her role in "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," an exhibitionist appearance on David Letterman and three big-screen collaborations with comedian Adam Sandler.The owner of one of the most famous surnames in Hollywood, Barrymore – the granddaughter of famed stage and film actor John Barrymore and the grandniece of renowned thespians Lionel and Ethel Barrymore – has been a working actor for much of her life. Written a quarter-century after the release of Barrymore's "Little Girl Lost," which chronicled her turbulent early years, "Wildflower" is the work of a mother of two young girls who has a much different perspective on the world.
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