Drew Barrymore celebrated the 25th anniversary of “Ever After” on Tuesday. The talk show host meets actress Melanie. Linsky and Megan Dodds on “The Drew Barrymore Show” and the trio relive some unforgettable memories from the making of the film. “We are here in a time machine. And we go back 25 years ago,” Barrymore said. “I really can’t believe it. that I could be here with my sister My step-sister.” Lynskey and the Dodds were dressed in evil sisters, while Barrymore wore a fairy costume similar to the one she wore in the 1998 film.
Lynskey and Dodds shared that they were together while filming. “There’s a beautiful view of the Dordogne River Valley,” the Dodds say of their France residence, before remembering how they once crashed a car at one point. They also told a story of a time when they were photographed topless in a corn field. reminds Barrymore of how Lucy Liu took a nude photo of herself while filming “Charlie’s Angels.” “I guess it’s just what we girls do,” Barrymore says with a laugh.
“Ever After,” which reinterprets the famous Cinderella fairy tale. Angelica has also shown Huston as Cinderella’s evil stepmother while watching Gray Scott plays Prince Henry. “I just wish our Prince Henry was here. Because it wouldn’t be the same without him. He is the real Prince Charming,” said Barrymore. Before delighting the audience by welcoming Scott onstage via video chat, from the screen, Scott recalls pleading with his agent to help him land the role of Prince Henry. and thanked Barrymore for “hitting” him during the audition process. “Nobody else,” said Barrymore.
See their reunion above.