Drew Barrymore said he believed E.T was real and what Steven Spielberg did not break with his illusion

This year the science fiction film, E.T: The Extraterrestrial, which marked the childhood of generations, celebrates 40 years since its launch in 1982 and to celebrate the actress and host, Drew Barrymore reunited his former castmates on his show “The Drew Barrymore Show”. In a teaser of the episode uploaded to Twitter, the actress confesses to her co-stars, Henry Thomas, Robert MacNaughton and Dee Wallace, that she believed E.T. to be real. However, her castmates were not surprised with the information, and it was Henry who reminded the actress who was only 6 years old at the time, that she used to ask the technicians and costume managers for warm clothes for E.T since it was cold on set. But the revelation came when Dee Wallace told what the director of the film, Steven Spielberg did when he noticed that the little actress interacted with the doll outside of filming. That’s when Wallace said, “One day we saw you talking to E.T. during one of the breaks and we told Steven. So Steven made sure that there were always two people keeping E.T. alive so that you could approach, talk to him and react, “before the face of tenderness of Drew that was moved by the actions of the director. Also in the special that can be seen this Monday night, the actors discussed the possibility of making a sequel to the film and all agreed that it would be a mistake, since the screenwriter of the film, Melissa Mathison, died in 2015.

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