The ‘Charlie’s Angels’ stars were reunited on the red carpet last night, almost 20 years after first starring together.
Drew Barrymore, 44, and Cameron Diaz, 46, joined their former co-star Lucy Liu, 50, at the latter’s Hollywood Walk Of Fame Ceremony in Hollywood, California.
Demi Moore, who starred alongside the trio in the film’s sequel, also joined the women for a photo - after presenting Liu with her star.
Fans were quick to comment on the trio’s ageless appearance and questioned why there’s another reboot of the film, with a different, younger cast.
The women posed for pictures in front of Liu’s honorary star-shaped plaque, as she joined more than 2,600 celebrities honoured on the famous Hollywood boulevard.
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Liu, who had her first major acting role as Ling Woo on the 1990s legal drama ‘Ally McBeal’ is only the second Asian-American woman ever to receive a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
She credited Anna May Wong, the first Asian-American woman to receive the honour, some 60 years ago.
“A hundred years ago, she was a pioneer while enduring racism, marginalization, and exclusion,” she said in her acceptance speech.
“We could actually start our own little Chinatown right here.”
The actor also celebrated her “elite crime fighting team” on her Instagram account.
Barrymore took to Instagram to celebrate the women’s reunion, calling the trio aa “tripod” and speaking of their mutual support, while Diaz also posted to congratulate Liu.
The trio were joined by Demi Moore, who played former Angel Madison Lee in the 2003 film.
Yet another instalment in the Charlie’s Angels franchise will be released later this year.
‘Charlie’s Angels’ (2019) is a standalone sequel film to 2000 and 2003 films. It will star Kristen Steweart, Naomi Scott and Elizabeth Banks, together with Sam Claflin and Patrick Stewart.