Drew Barrymore’s two daughters do not like their films and simply reject them as “mom movies”.

Drew Barrymore's two daughters do not like their films and simply reject them as "mom movies".

The 45-year-old star’s daughters, Olive, eight, and six-year-old Frankie, who she has with ex-husband Will Kopelman, have seen various films she has made over the years, including ‘ET’, ’50 First Dates ‘. and ‘Never Been Kissed’ but weren’t impressed by either.

She admitted to Hugh Grant during an interview for the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, “They call them ‘mother films’. ”

And Hugh, 60, was shocked when he asked Drew if the girls had enjoyed the movie they made together, “Music and Lyrics”.

She admitted, “You know, I don’t think they saw it, crazy enough.”

The “Undoing” actor – who has five children with two wives – joked that he forced his work on his children.

He replied, “This is crazy.

“I watch my films every evening. If they don’t see my films, they won’t be fed. “

His response made the actress “Santa Clarita Diet” promise to show her daughters “music and lyrics”.

She said, “I think I’ll make her see it.”

But Drew doesn’t think her dislike for her job will last forever.

She said, “It’s like phases of your life. You will come over. “

Meanwhile, Drew previously admitted that while she enjoys talking about her own life, she tries to think responsibly when it comes to talking about her children.

She said, “My life with my children, my feelings, that’s all on the table, but [Olive and Frankie themselves] are not.

“Based on my life experiences, I don’t sell my brand to my children. I will not do it. But ignoring that part of my life would turn me into an automaton. So figuring out how to put them in the omelette and fold it up in a way that feels appropriate to me is really ingenious. “

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