An American sweetheart, DREW BARRYMORE is here! She's been acting since before she could speak, first appearing as a baby in an advertisement and going on to star in movies like "E.T.," "Grey Gardens," "Charlie's Angels" and "Donnie Darko." After fifty-eight films, a Golden Globe, a Screen Actor's Guild Award, a new marriage and a baby, the movie star is adding to her already overflowing plate. With her new photography book, "Find It in Everything," she explores her passion for hearts, creating a collection of photographs that capture her "beacon" shape throughout life. Ellen will be one of the first to see the world through Drew's imaginative eyes and blushing heart!
Then, KENNETH BRANAGH is here! The actor and director lends his smooth-talking mystique to the latest Tom Clancy spy movie, "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit." From the stage to the screen, Kenneth's name has been in lights on the marquees of productions like "Othello," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Frankenstein" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." His latest mission will be relaunching a franchise as both star and director, giving a big-budget thriller the finesse of an auteur!
Plus, a rising star will be in our midst when 12-year-old singer CAMREN ANTHONY performs! His videos are trending online, record companies are buzzing about his voice, and this young superstar in the making will make his television debut on Ellen's stage!
On Monday, Ellen's got the best of all worlds!
Drew Barrymore, Kenneth Branagh
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