Drew Barrymore rose to fame as a child star who has been very open about the emotional/physical problems that she faced. Drew Barrymore is one of the most known actresses in Hollywood, she has always has a full schedule of new movies to film.
Drew Barrymore will return to the director’s chair for her sophomore effort, "How to Be Single," a New Line romantic comedy that she's producing alongside her Flower Films partner Nancy Juvonen.
According to THR, the movie is based on the novel written by Liz Tuccillo and presented in the mold of New Line’s successful multi-story pics such as "He’s Just Not That Into You" and "Valentine’s Day."
It’s been one of the most anticipated films this month, and it sounds like “Going the Distance” is going straight to the top of the box office.
The film involves Erin (Drew Barrymore) and Garrett (Justin Long) who meet during Erin’s internship in New York City, but once the internship ends and Erin heads back to California the couple is forced to deal with the struggles of a long-distance relationship.
She’s celebrating the success of her new movie “Going the Distance” and Drew Barrymore doesn’t regret the tumultuous past that has made her the woman that she is today.
The “50 First Dates” babe explained, “The low points I had all helped make up my character, so I probably wouldn’t want to do away with them because I like being flawed and I like having them help me grow and change and become better and stronger.”