Drew Barrymore confirms that her grandfather’s body was indeed stable

Drew Barrymore started in Hollywood at a very young age, so she has some very interesting stories to tell about the career that began when she was 7 years old. Recently, Barrymore was spotted on Hot Ones and shared some history about her iconic death scene Scream. The actor also spoke about her famous family of actors, including her legendary grandfather, John Barrymore. Drew was asked about the rumor that the friends of her grandfather, WC Fields, Errol Flynn, and Sadakichi Hartmann, buried John’s body for “one last party.” According to Drew, those rumors are actually true.

“Not only that, but there have been cinematic interpretations of that,” Barrymore revealed. “A movie called Blake Edwards SOB that is just brilliant and fun to watch. “

“I’ve heard things,” she said. “But I can never know if that’s even true,” she replied when asked if it was the inspiration for Weekend at Bernie’s.

“I hope my friends do the same for me,” Barrymore added. “That’s the kind of mind I can get behind. Just support the old bag and do one last few laps.” She went on to say, “I think death comes with so much morose sadness, and I understand that, but if it’s okay, just with me, if everyone can be really happy and festive and have a party, that would be my preference. “

Barrymore will soon be launching her own talk show, The Drew Barrymore Show, on CBS. An adorable promo for the show featured Barrymore who interviewed her younger self with old footage from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. In the promo, Barrymore promises that her new show “will take an hour every day to celebrate life.”

What the Scream franchise, Ready or not directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett have been hired to direct Writing 5, marking for the first time that anyone other than the late Wes Craven stepped behind the camera for one of the Scream films. The play was written by The great spider man‘s James Vanderbilt and Castle RockGuy Busick.

It was recently announced that David Arquette and Courteney Cox would be returning Writing 5 to play Dewey Riley and Gale Weathers, respectively. Arquette recently talked about his time with the franchise, and revealed that Cox’s infamous bangs are coming out Scream 3 were actually his fault. The actor also recently shared that he hopes Neve Campbell will return to play franchise lead, Sidney Prescott.

The Drew Barrymore Show premiered on September 14th.

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