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November 21, 2016   •  Category: Awards & Nominations, Charity, Gallery Updates, Public AppearancesComments Off on Reese at the Girls Inc. Los Angeles Luncheon

Reese was honoured at the Girls Inc LA Luncheon last week, for her work inspiring girls and opening up new opportunities for them – congratulations, Reese! She attended the event in a Draper James dress, with shoes by Prada and jewellery by her friend Jennifer Meyer. Browse through photos of Reese at the event in our Gallery:

For over 20 years our Girls Inc. Los Angeles Celebration Luncheon has acknowledged the achievements of many remarkable trailblazers.Through their extraordinary work and example, our Luncheon Honorees are inspiring girls to become the next generation of women leaders. Each Honoree is introduced by a Girls Inc. National Scholar, who will share her story of how, because of Girls Inc., she has overcome obstacles and is blazing her own path to success. Please join us on November 16th to celebrate extraordinary women and girls, and the Girls Inc. mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.



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July 5, 2016   •  Category: Awards & Nominations, Gallery Updates, Media AlertsComments Off on Reese on the cover of UK Glamour

Reese graces one of the covers (there are 4 different ones) of the July issue of UK Glamour magazine, which is their annual Women Of The Year issue. Reese is their ‘Entrepreneur’ of the year – congrats Reese! It’s a reprint of her 2015 US cover, but it’s always nice to see her on a cover again. Pick up a copy today, and see the scans in our Gallery:

Glamour (UK) – July 2016 x6





April 22, 2016   •  Category: Awards & Nominations, Media Alerts, News & GossipComments Off on Reese included in People’s ‘Most Beautiful’ issue

Reese is included in People magazine’s yearly ‘Most Beautiful’ issue. We’ll have scans for you soon!




April 9, 2016   •  Category: Awards & Nominations, Draper JamesComments Off on Southern Living: Innovators Changing the South

Southern Living magazine have named Reese one of their Innovators Changing the South, saying:

Reese Witherspoon
Of course we swooned when we heard that one of our favorite actresses, one who hails from Nashville, was opening a storefront and online store. But when we saw the gorgeous pieces Draper James offers, from charming accessories and dresses to classic choices for Southern decorating, we really fell in love. Even better? Draper James prioritizes made-in-America, made-in-the-South products, and the company is continually working to make the offerings even more authentically Southern.

(Southern Living)



November 10, 2015   •  Category: "Big Little Lies", Awards & Nominations, Career, Gallery Updates, News & Gossip, Pacific Standard, Public Appearances, The Family, Video UpdatesComments Off on Reese at Glamour’s Women Of The Year Awards

As posted about previously, Reese is one of Glamour magazine’s Women Of The Year for 2015, and last night she attended the awards ceremony in New York to receive her honour. Reese was presented with her statue by Goldie Hawn – one of her acting heroes – and Reese gave an impassioned speech about female empowerment in Hollywood. She wore a pretty blue floral embroidered dress by Erdem for the event; I really love this look on her, and it’s great to see her wearing something new! Reese’s husband accompanied her to the event and they posed together backstage.

Check out our first HQ photos from the night in the Gallery, and scroll on down this post to read Reese’s full speech, articles from the event, and some video footage from the red carpet.

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Reese Witherspoon’s Moving Speech at Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards: “Like Elle Woods, I Do Not Like to be Underestimated.”

At tonight’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards, Goldie Hawn presented Reese Witherspoon with an award for her work creating stronger roles for women in film. Witherspoon’s speech was so inspiring and powerful, you’ll want to read every bit of it in its entirety. Here it is, below.

Reese Witherspoon: “I can’t thank Glamour magazine enough and Conde Nast and Cindi for asking me to be here. You just made this night so amazing. These incredible, inspiring women are doing so many things to change how we perceive women, and I hope Amy Schumer and all the other nominees that when you consider making your biopic, you’ll give me the rights first, which would be great. Although Amy, I’ll have to play your grandmother in the movie (by Hollywood standards), and you’ll probably have to play your own mother.

I’m so excited that so many young women are here tonight.This all started for me when I was a little girl. I was 14 years old when I learned that I love acting, and I still do. Acting allows me to slip into the skin of all kinds of different women, and not in a creepy Silence of the Lambs way…but in a way that lets me explore the full spectrum of humanity. Every woman I’ve ever played is passionate and strong and flawed, except for Tracy Flick. She’s 100% perfect, but she made me say that. But I also learned at 14 years old that I was ambitious. Really ambitious. Did I say that out loud? Let’s talk about ambition.

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November 10, 2015   •  Category: Awards & Nominations, Career, Pacific Standard, Video UpdatesComments Off on Reese Witherspoon Documentary by Amanda Marsalis: Taking on Hollywood

Reese Witherspoon Documentary by Amanda Marsalis: Taking on Hollywood

This year, for the 25th anniversary of Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards, we decided to have eight award-winning filmmakers trail our honorees and create short films that answer the question: What makes this woman a Woman of the Year? Here is what they had to say, in their own words.

Amanda Marsalis: Reese is taking on male-run/dominated Hollywood and giving the world what it wants: More films told from a woman’s point of view. I think she is leading the way and am so excited to see what she comes up with next.

Amanda Marsalis is a photographer and director who lives in Los Angeles with her dog Queso. Her work as appeared in Vogue, Conde Nast Traveler, GQ, and The New York Times Magazine. Her debut feature film Echo Park premiere at the LAFF this year and is scheduled for release in 2016.

Glamour





November 7, 2015   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", "Wild", Awards & Nominations, Career, Draper James, Films & Projects, The FamilyComments Off on 12 things we learned about Reese Witherspoon at her American Cinematheque tribute

12 things we learned about Reese Witherspoon at her American Cinematheque tribute

“All Reese, all Reese, all Reese!”

Matthew McConaughey had it mostly (all) right Friday night in twisting his trademark catchphrase as he presented Reese Witherspoon with the American Cinematheque Award at the annual fundraiser for the nonprofit group.

The bulk of the ceremony, which also honored Dreamworks Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg, was devoted to the 39-year-old Witherspoon and the nearly 50 movies she has headlined or produced in a career dating back to her 1991 debut in Robert Mulligan’s lovely coming-of-age story “The Man in the Moon.”

Here are a dozen things we learned about Witherspoon from her many friends and colleagues:

1. Witherspoon will soon reunite with “Election” writer-director Alexander Payne for “Downsizing”, co-starring Matt Damon. Payne says he receives more compliments about “Election,” in which Witherspoon played a ferociously precocious high school student running for class president, than any other movie in his lauded career.

“Even Barack Obama told me it’s his favorite political film,” Payne said.

2. Sofia Vergara calls Witherspoon, her “Hot Pursuit” co-star, “my little pony.” She did not explain why.

3. When country music singer Kenny Chesney thinks of Witherspoon, he thinks of the song “Wild Child,” which he performed at the tribute. But he didn’t explain whether it was because she starred in a movie called “Wild” or because Witherspoon reminds him of the song’s lyrics, (“a spirit that can’t be tamed, a calico pony on an open plain.”) Wait … there’s that pony thing again!

4. Kate Hudson first met Witherspoon at the premiere of “Man in the Moon,” where she watched the young actress work the after-party “like a seasoned politician.” (Witherspoon did the same thing at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza’s ballroom Friday, graciously welcoming dozens of the 800 people in attendance.)

5. The words Hudson heard most early in her career: “It’s between you and Reese” or “Well … Reese has the offer. But if she passes, it might come to you.”

6. Witherspoon will not let guests get away with singing just any old Christmas song like “Frosty the Snowman” at her annual holiday party. “No,” Hudson says, “it’s ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas.’ ”

7. Apparently, Witherspoon’s husband, CAA agent Jim Toth, can’t sing. Or, at least not well. He’s not allowed to participate in “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”

8. Witherspoon yells at Laura Dern, who played her mom in “Wild,” for not being on social media more. And for using brown lipstick.

9. Dern’s mother, actress Diane Ladd, and Witherspoon’s mom, Betty (who sat next to her daughter at the Cinematheque event), are tight. Dern believes Witherspoon has an innate desire to take care of other people because she “grew up in a home of healthcare providers.”

10. Legendary music man T Bone Burnett had a feeling Witherspoon would win the Best Actress Oscar for playing June Carter Cash in “Walk the Line” when he heard her let out an “actual blood-curdling scream” in frustration after wrestling with the classic Carter Family folk song “Wildwood Flower.”

“All the birds flew away,” Burnett remembered of Witherspoon’s cry.

11. Robert Downey Jr. would very much like to order the Bessie Bow table runner from Witherspoon’s clothing and home store Draper James, but he can’t get his credit card to work.

12. Two of Witherspoon’s three children — 16-year-old Ava and 12-year-old Deacon — can’t get enough of this 1991 Entertainment Tonight video, in which a young Reese talks about how much fun it will be to go to the video store in 30 years and rent “The Man in the Moon” on laserdisc and watch it with her kids.

“I thought that was the best moment of my life,” Witherspoon said from the stage. “I was wrong about that. Some days I still can’t believe that I get to do this, that I get to be a storyteller in this world. It is the greatest privilege of my life.”

LA Times



November 7, 2015   •  Category: "Big Little Lies", Awards & Nominations, Career, Films & Projects, Gallery Updates, News & Gossip, Pacific Standard, Public Appearances, Video UpdatesComments Off on Reese receives the American Cinematheque Award

Last weekend Reese received her American Cinematheque Award at a ceremony in Los Angeles. Reese walked the red carpet with two of her kids – Ava & Deacon – and her husband Jim was in the audience with them. During the night, tributes were paid to her by friends and colleagues including Kate Hudson, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Garner, Alexander Payne, and Matthew McConaughey, who presented her with the award. Reese chose a simple yet chic block gown by Dolce & Gabbana for the event.

The first photos have been added to our Gallery now, with many more to come. Within this post are several really great articles about the night and Reese’s contribution to cinema – be sure to give them a read!!

And of course, congratulations to Reese on this exciting and well-deserved honour!



Reese Witherspoon Praised as ‘Modern Day Feminist’ at American Cinematheque Fete

The American Cinematheque honored Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon and DreamWorks Animation honcho Jeffrey Katzenberg at the organization’s annual fundraising gala Friday night at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

Witherspoon received the American Cinematheque Award, reserved for an extraordinary artist currently making a significant contribution to the art of the Moving Picture. Specifically not a lifetime achievement prize, it is meant for mid-career recognition. Recent honorees have included Matthew McConaughey, Jerry Bruckheimer, Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon and Samuel L. Jackson.

“This whole experience is just overwhelming and unbelievable because I’m really just a girl from Nashville who had a dream,” Witherspoon said. “I grew up on backlots and on locations. I had my entire childhood on film. I went through puberty on film, which is something I don’t feel totally great about, but I don’t regret it at all. It’s preserved forever.”

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Current Projects
Sing (2016)
Role: Rosita (voice)
Genre: Animated musical comedy
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Big Little Lies (2017)
Role: Madeline
Genre: HBO TV Series - Drama
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Home Again (2017)
Role: Alice
Genre: Romantic Comedy
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A Wrinkle In Time (2017)
Role: Mrs Whatsit
Genre: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
To be released March 9th 2018 (US)
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