Drew Barrymore didn’t play Dylan Sanders “Charlie’s Angels” from the 2003 sequel, but she’s open to reprising the role at any time. In the September 30 podcast episode Drew News Benita Skinner asked the actor how she feels about a possible return to the franchise.

“I was just looking at Lucy, funny, who I texted this morning,” she said, referring to her co-star Lucy Liu. “And she was at Comic-Con… and they asked her, ‘Would you like to do Charlie?’ [Angels] 3?’ And I was on the edge of my seat. I’d be surprised if any of us ever decided we wouldn’t [do a third movie]. I would. I would in a heartbeat. The answer is a resounding yes. I will always say yes.

Back at Comic-Con in July, Liu was asked if she would ever work with Cameron Diaz and Barrymore is back in Charlie’s Angels, and her answer was a little less definitive. “I think we’ve come together as moms,” she said, trans People. “It’s great that we’ve all become mums since then and it’s just another stage in our lives.”

Diaz, Barrymore and Liu are maintained close friendships for many years. The trio reunited in the Liu’s Hollywood Walk of Fame induction ceremony in 2019, where she was awarded her own star — and thanked her colleagues for their many years of support and friendship. “My dear angels, this is a 20-year reunion,” she said. “Twenty years ago we were an elite crime fighting team, look at us now.”

Diaz and Liu were too first guests on The Drew Barrymore Show in 2020. “What I love about our friendship is that we’ve been there for all the big and important moments, we’ve also been there for the little moments and the random moments, and the reason we’re such good friends is because real and we experience real things with each other. This is not a Hollywood fairy tale,” Barrymore said at the time.

In 2021, Barrymore also spoke out in support of Liu after he criticized the original Charlie’s Angels actor. Bill Murray for his behavior on set, which Liu allegedly included “unacceptable and unforgivable” insults. “You have to know how much Lucy stood up for herself and it was a wonderful outcome of an unfortunate circumstance. She literally said, “I don’t accept this kind of behavior from you.” And we all supported her and moved forward,” Barrymore said on “The Drew Barrymore Show” at that time, trans The Independent. “I respected her then, I respect her now. I’m proud of us as a team and as a company that we didn’t tiptoe on eggshells. We dealt with it right there, we were strong and we went forward and we didn’t accept anything less moving forward.”

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