Cinema: Too Good To Be Drew?

You can tell a new generation is due in Hollywood when actresses who used to play kooky nymphets start portraying earnest newspaper reporters. That's what will happen in Never Been Kissed, a comedy shooting in Los Angeles that stars Drew Barrymore as an aspiring journalist who goes undercover to write about--you guessed it--high school students. "I'm at an interesting place," explains Barrymore, 23. "I'm numerically and biologically young, but I feel so much older because I've lived a fast life. I've been in the working rat race my whole life too, and that always ages you in a great way."


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