|Spielberg Reunites E.T. Stars|
|Written by Grant Cameron|
|Friday, 31 July 2009 02:19|
"It's not about money. It's about introducing E.T. to a fourth generation of kids in a movie theatre where they should see it for maximum effect." Kathleen Kennedy, Spielberg's longtime producer and friend speaking about the 20th anniversary re-release of E.T. The Extraterrestrial.
Question: What do you think about the news that people believe you're actually a government agent for aliens because of Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T.?
Spielberg: I'm part of government conspiracy to make America and the world conducive to accepting an alien neighbor? Great!
Spielberg interview with Stephen Schaefer.
Spielberg Reunites E.T. Stars
February 4, 2002
Director Steven Spielberg was reunited with stars of E.T. for the sci-fi epic's 20th anniversary. The movie-maker posed for snaps with Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace, Henry Thomas, Robert MacNaughton and Peter Coyote to mark the re-release of the film in digitised form.
The flick's biggest success story has been Drew, who played little Gertie, who after battling drug and alcohol addiction, has now become an a-list Hollywood star. Henry, who played the extra-terrestrial's best pal Elliot, has appeared in Legends Of The Fall and All The Pretty Horses, but would rather be a rock star. And Robert, who played big brother Michael, enjoys a modest life as postal worker in Phoenix, Arizona.
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