, you already totally had me at fierce girls on roller skates. Ellen and Drew also spoke with about the film — and hugged and held hands. And remember, answer wrong and Drew will pin you down to the floor and — oh, wait, that’s another one of those stories in my head.But now, thanks to two new magazine photoshoots, my anticipation is fever pitch. In the Q&A with the two stars, Drew has very nice things to say about Ellen and vice versa.

I actually never got badly injured—I'm tough as frickin' nails. DB: We didn't know each other at first, but there was no other person I was going to make the movie with. Because I don't want to be sitting on the sidelines as the director going, "I know you're hurling yourself around that track at 60 miles per hour—don't worry! " I wanted to understand the pain that comes from falling, the fear of the brain telling you , but the body forcing you to.

DB: When I trained for the movies, at night I'd be in Cameron's bathtub with Epsom salts, just battered, with my leg stuck out to here. MC: Is being besties with the boss a blessing or a curse? It was so important for me to be in their skates, pun intended. It's like, we're in the trenches together, we're having a rough day, we're going to get through it—let's fucking go!

In the spread, they held each other and kissed, and the writer noted that during the interview, they "couldn't keep their hands off of each other." Ow ow! I have always considered myself bisexual."And, of course, the interview quotes are raising a few more eyebrows now than they did back then.

Six years earlier, Barrymore told Contact Music in 2003, "Do I like women sexually? For instance, Barrymore gushed, "Ellen has such a beautiful body, and I personally battled with my own body image for years.

From the looks of things, bonding appears to have continued unabated well after the movie wrapped: Barrymore, wearing safety-pin earrings and a nubby scarf that Page knitted for her ("I stitch and bitch," the alum explains), playfully holds hands throughout lunch with Page, who's sporting a tissue-thin Rolling Stones T-shirt, smudgy black eyeliner, and a jacket with the sleeves pushed up to display an enviable calculator watch.

Gigglingly pressed thigh-to-thigh, the roller girls spend the afternoon discussing everything from their Vegas trip to the sexiness of black socks. You're just standing there doing a shoot with someone you love, celebrating this thing that you shared.

I used to tell myself, ' You can't wear anything sleeveless or strapless.' And all of a sudden I was like, ' What if I just didn't send such negative messages to my brain and said, wear it and enjoy it?

' And now I'm more comfortable in clothes than ever."Page quipped, "That openness.

Or, more accurately, the kind of fever that happens in my brain at the sight of Drew Barrymore straddling Ellen Page on the floor. But, really, that’s the only rational reaction one can have when viewing the two new photoshoots featuring magazines. Drew also seems to have nice things to say about Ellen’s body, but then who wouldn’t? Drew: She was in her frickin’ bra with an open jacket and hot-pink shorts, skating around the rink with red lips and …Ellen: I was having a really good time.