Lucy Liu took nude portraits of Drew Barrymore on the set of Charlie’s Angels
Lucy Liu revealed that she still has the nude photos she took of her co-star Drew Barrymore on the set of Charlie’s Angels.
The duo starred in the iconic 2000 action flick opposite Cameron Diaz, and during an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, the ET actress revealed that they found time to take some racy photos of her in her dressing room.
“I was trying to find the nude pictures you took of me on the set of Charlie’s in my dressing room,” Barrymore, 48, explained.
“Got them,” Liu, who has been promoting his new Shazam! movie of late, she said. “Well, I’d love to borrow them,” Drew replied.
And you look beautiful the way you still do, and you’re so natural and playful and have so much fun. I have a series of portraits of people, with and without clothes,” admitted Liu, 54.
‘You look beautiful the way you still do’: Lucy Liu revealed she still has the nude portraits she took of her former co-star Drew Barrymore in her Charlie’s Angels dressing room
Good morning Charlie! The duo starred opposite Cameron Diaz in the 2000 hit film
Liu recalled the grueling eight-hour training sessions they endured to get fit as Charlie’s Angels and recalled that Barrymore was the ‘naughty’ one of the trio.
‘Okay, I remember the pain, and we were pretty rude. I remember eight hours of training a day, five days a week,” Liu said.
“They were both so dedicated and Cameron and I were so mischievous at times,” Barrymore recalled.
‘She was so good. You weren’t, you were naughty,” Liu said.
Barrymore also pulled out several old photos of the trio striking silly poses for the camera. At one point, Liu kissed Barrymore on one side of her head before the Never Been Kissed actress flaunted her butt on another.
“Just doing it,” Liu said of the photos.
“Can we be like this until we move on to whatever is after this?” Barrymore continued.
“That’s the only option we have,” Liu said. “I cherish every moment with you,” Barrymore replied.
‘We were pretty tough’: Liu recalled the grueling eight-hour training sessions they endured to get fit like Charlie’s Angels.
‘Just doing it’: Barrymore also pulled out several old photos of the trio striking silly poses for the camera.
Pix or it didn’t happen! The Never Been Kissed actress flaunted her butt in another
Liu has been busy promoting her new movie Shazam! Fury of the Gods, which she co-stars as the daughter of the God Atlas, alongside her ‘her sisters’ Helen Mirren, 77, and Rachel Zegler, 21.
The busy actress juggles her thriving career with being the mother of seven-year-old son Rockwell.
In a new interview, the actress opened up about choosing to become a single mom at age 40.
Talking with The cutThe action star revealed that when she decided to have her son Rockwell, who was born in 2015 via surrogacy, she just went for it.
“I didn’t have a plan,” he told the outlet.
‘You were naughty’: Liu recalled Barrymore being naughty while training for Charlie’s Angels
Action packed! The Set It Up actress has been busy promoting her new movie Shazam! Fury of the Gods, which she co-stars as the daughter of the god Atlas, alongside her ‘her sisters’ Helen Mirren, 77, and Rachel Zegler, 21.
‘I just thought, I didn’t want to talk about the next project. I felt like I was reading the same script. I got tired of it. I didn’t want the same dialogue. I heard myself say the same things many, many times and just thought, “Well, this can’t be next.” It wasn’t enough,’ she said.
Liu, who speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese as well as Italian and Spanish, admitted that he did not reflect on the decision or do any research on it.
‘I just pulled the trigger. I can think of something easily; if I think too much, I won’t.’
‘It’s better for me to feel something and just go for it. Lots of people read books on parenting. I didn’t do any of that. I was like, “When the kid is here, I’m going to figure it out.”
The actress was sure that she wanted to raise her son in her native New York.
‘I definitely wanted to raise a child in New York. People will say, ‘It’s not convenient, you don’t even have a car,’ but that’s how they’re going to see all the things,’ she said.
‘You are going to show them what is safe and what is not, and they will understand it through experience. It’s hard to develop common sense when you’re in a car all the time. They will smell the smells.