CHARLIE'S ANGELS: FULL THROTTLE
returns to the role of Dylan Sanders, which she created in Charlie's
Angels. A successful actress since childhood, she has been captivating movie
going audiences for nearly two decades. Since her screen debut, her unique
talent and on-screen charisma have earned her critical acclaim and box-office
Barrymore was most recently seen
in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind for director George Clooney, and in a
cameo role in Donnie Darko. The latter film, which she produced with her
Flower Films partner Nancy Juvonen, starred Jake Gyllenhaal and Jena Malone and
received three Independent Spirit Award nominations.
Prior to that, Barrymore starred
in Riding in Cars With Boys directed by Penny Marshall.
She is currently in production
on Fifty First Kisses starring Adam Sandler, a romantic comedy produced
by Flower Films and Sandler's Happy Madison Productions.
in which she stars opposite Ben Stiller, will be released later this year with
Flower Films and Stiller's Red Hour Films producing.
With her 30th film,
the romantic comedy Never Been Kissed, Barrymore embarked on a second
career as a producer. The film was directed by Raja Gosnell and was Barrymore
and Juvonen's first Flower Films effort. The movie grossed $100 million
worldwide and featured a stellar ensemble cast including David Arquette, Molly
Shannon, John C. Reilly and Michael Vartan.
Barrymore also starred with
Anjelica Huston in the hit Ever After for director Andy Tennant, which
also grossed more than $100 million in worldwide box office. She also appeared
in the quirky romantic comedy Home Fries for director Dean Parisot. The
film co-starred Luke Wilson, Jake Busey and Catherine O'Hara. She starred
opposite Adam Sandler in the 1998 smash hit romantic comedy The Wedding
Singer and as well as in the highly successful Woody Allen ensemble Everyone
Says I Love You, which also featured Edward Norton, Tim Roth,
Alan Alda, Julia Roberts and Goldie Hawn. She made a memorable appearance in the
box office hit, Scream, directed by Wes Craven and featuring Courtney
Cox, Neve Campbell and Skeet Ulrich.
Barrymore made her feature film
debut in the 1980 film Altered States with William Hurt. Her next film
was E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, where her portrayal of Gertie earned her
a Youth in Film Award and a BAFTA (British Academy of Film & Television
Arts) Award nomination for Most Outstanding Newcomer. She went on to star in
such films as Stephen King's Firestarter, Irreconcilable Differences (for
which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress) and in
a film written especially for her, Stephen King's Cat's Eye, in which
she played five different roles.
Other films include Gun Crazy,
which earned her another Golden Globe nomination, Poison Ivy, Bad Girls, Boys
on the Side, Mad Love, Batman Forever and Tipperary and Doppelganger.
She has also starred in such
telefilms as "The Amy Fisher Story," "15 and Getting
Straight," "Suddenly Love," "Bogie," "Babes in
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