The actress, 61, discussed her late former costar on 'The Drew Barrymore Show' Tuesday
The actress, 61, revealed on The Drew Barrymore Show Tuesday that she still has the clay models she made with Swayze on the set of Ghost as she recalled filming their iconic scene from the film.
Moore shared on the show that she’d first met Swayze, who died from pancreatic cancer in 2009, moments before shooting the steamy scene.
“Well the first thing that just popped into my head was meeting Patrick Swayze for the first time going, 'Oh you know trying to figure out his thing,'" Moore said.
“And then he took his shirt off and I was like, ‘Oh got it. Get on behind me,'" she joked, adding, “I still have my little pots that I made, which are pitiful. They’re like the saddest looking things.”
Moore and Swayze starred opposite each other as lovers in Ghost, alongside Whoopi Goldberg who won an Academy Award for her supporting role in the film.
During her appearance on the show Tuesday, Moore also opened up about her “moving” experience working with Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men (1992) after growing up admiring the actor.
“In the big courtroom scenes when Jack Nicholson is up on the stand they were shooting the other direction all day. And here I’m watching this iconic actor, this actor that I’ve grown up with such respect for, do off-camera at full steam all day long,” she said of the acting legend.
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“It was something that just moved me and stayed with me on the importance of how we show up for each other,” Moore added. In auditioning for the film, she also revealed that she was seven months pregnant.
Moore appeared on the show with her Feud: Capote vs. The Swans costars Molly Ringwald, Calista Flockhart, Chloe Sevigny, Diane Lane and Naomi Watts. In the new series, which was created by Ryan Murphy, the actors play New York City socialites “The Swans” out for revenge against the writer Truman Capote after he exposes their scandalous personal lives.
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