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For the movie’s 40th anniversary, Drew Barrymore brings the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial cast back together.

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E.T., Steven Spielberg’s science fiction masterpiece, is still awe-inspiring forty years later. Drew Barrymore, who played a little kid in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, is reconnecting with Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, and Robert McNaughton on her talk program The Drew Barrymore Show to commemorate the significant milestone. The program will run on CBS stations on Monday, October 31. In the meantime, you may see the teaser video below.

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