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This week’s edition, with Drew Barrymore and John Boyega, was particularly entertaining."None of us have seen these questions before," Corden said as he kicked off the fun and games. "If you had asked me a personal question where I could out myself about something, I would fucking do it." Her punishment was to drink a healthy glass of bird saliva.
She went more for a sip, but then again, what even is bird saliva?
And so I started my journey into no sex scenes in movies, modesty clauses in my contracts, and a total lack of nudity in any public forum from there on out." While her decision is certainly a respectable one that we applaud, it may limit acting opportunities–even for a star of Barrymore's magnitude. , Barrymore said that her approach to new material is now inspired strictly by—you guessed it—her suburbanite life. Though we've already established that Barrymore has both the means and the motivation to be as choosy as she likes, for an actress to have this attitude toward future prospects, is like a waitress saying, "I'll be glad to serve customers, but only if they're willing to eat dinner in my apartment." (2016), could be indicators that audiences are so sick of him, even the nostalgia to watch him comedically romance Barrymore again may be gone.“Remember, you met me at the beginning of my career, you gave me a nice hug. Whether she considered that or not is hard to determine, because Barrymore gave him giant water scorpions to eat.He ended up throwing a whole one in his mouth after he refused to disclose how much money he made from both , which premieres this week.Corden, who regularly plays this game on his show, happily answered Boyega’s question—“Have you ever stolen anything, and if so, from where? ” Turns out Corden once stole a candle from Mariah Carey’s house, which is kind of blah, if I’m being honest. With a series of apologies, she eventually did it."When I run into him next time, I'll be like, ' Dude, it was like selling you down the river or eating turkey's balls.' And by the way, I don't even care if he hates me," Barrymore apologized. I literally am doing this because I won't make it. I would say, Adam, Hugh, Jake." (That’s in order of most to least talented.)Boyega finished out his round with a truly boss move.Barrymore asked him to describe the last time he got so drunk he threw up or eat jellyfish, but Boyega looked at her straight in the eyes and said: “I don’t drink.”Corden got the last question: who has been the worst behaved guest on his show? Watch the full video above to find out if Corden spilled the beans or spilled his guts.That reportedly left her feeling safe enough to dip her toe back into the world of super stardom. Roomer has it shes been hanging around Zach Braff (Scrubs) and Jason Segel (Forgetting Sarah Marshall). Girls are 'just' friends with boys and boys are 'just' friends with girls. People make things up, Blow things out of preportion. "I will say that in the early '80s there was not a lot of talk of sequels," Barrymore explained, adding that people from Spielberg's camp had expressed interest in follow-ups to his biggest hits, including "But he never wanted to make them, because he felt like what he did is just what it should be."Barrymore recalled going to Spielberg's house as a child, and him telling her, "Nope, we're never going to make a sequel, it's just as it is.""That was his philosophy, so who was I to question it? Barrymore was later asked about infamously flashing David Letterman in 1995 on his late-night talk show, and revealed that she hasn't kept in touch with the now-retired host. "It was spur of the moment, weird, hedonistic freedom.Though she's not the forward face of the company, like she was for Cover Girl, Barrymore is the creative force behind the brand that's gone international within its highly lucrative and proprietary Walmart distributorship.Speaking with , Barrymore explained that her role as a Cover Girl brand rep wasn't the only experience she had with makeup: her work in film actually helped her prepare for a beauty line.