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Friday, March 8, 2002
'E.T.' 20th Anniversary

"E.T. phone home" - those three little words are sure to become a catchphrase for a whole new generation.

E.T., that loveable creature from outer space, is coming back to earth. Steven Spielberg says, I didn't want to remake 'E.T. It's good the way it is. I wanted to just enhance it."

The 20th anniversary release of E.T. returns with never before seen footage and computer generated improvements that give E.T. more facial expressions and better sound.

Six-year-old Drew Barrymore became a star after E.T. She says now, So much of who I am now, the way I look at the world and treat people, is because of that."

And for director Steven Spielberg, who was just 33 back then, E.T. made him a household name. Steven says, To this day I think it remains my most personal film."

"E.T." won four Academy Awards in 1983 for video and sound effects and grossed more than $700 million worldwide and brought out the kid in all of us. Steven says, This movie is for the people we are, and the people we have been, and want to be again."

 


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