The 2010 Events section of the Gallery is now complete! As with 2009, we already had photos from all events, so I’ve just replaced several pictures with HQ versions and added some new shots. There are lots of fabulous photos of Reese posing with her kids and Bruiser Woods (RIP) at her Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony, lots of Reese looking beautiful at the How Do You Know Premiere, and over 100 gorgeous HQs from the How Do You Know press conference (always some of my favourites!). In terms of style, 2010 was the year of the cocktail dress, with Reese sporting a range of styles at the events she attended – my favourites were the EIF Benefit Evening, Vera Wang Boutique Launch, and Avon Gala dresses.
Again thanks to my awesome friend Maria, we have another big screencapture update today! Over 1,500 HD screencaptures from How Do You Know? can now be found in the Gallery. Again the caps are full HD/bluray size so are very good quality … which is great for us as Reese looks so beautiful in this movie! She also has some great expressions in this movie, cue the many screencaps. I desperately tried to like this movie, but I found the script too forced and ultimately it just didn’t get me invested in the characters. Despite not enjoying the final result myself, I really applaud Reese taking the role, as it’s a more grown-up, analytical romantic comedy. Plus I would watch Reese and Paul Rudd on screen together in anything – I love them working together!
What did you think of How Do You Know?? Let us know by posting a comment, either before or after you browse our many beautiful screencaps 😉
While we have a break in This Means War promotion, and my Reese update roll is continuing, I thought I’d get in another movie screencapture update. So today I have uploaded screencaptures from the How Do You Know DVD extras. There were a few extras on my DVD, although the bloopers were released back during promotion for the film, and I’m fairly certain I’ve seen at least one of the deleted scenes before. Still, I’m very glad they put something on the DVD, it always makes it more fun to receive your copy.
We’ll have super pretty HD caps from the movie itself up over the weekend, time permitting, but for now, enjoy these extras…
A big thanks goes to Holly for contributing scans from the new issue of Total Film magazine, which features lots of Reese! They have a preview of big 2011 films (WFE), a review of How Do You Know, and a fantastic new interview with Miss Reese! They also run down their favourite Reese roles – do you agree with them?!
Enjoy the scans, and please do not re-post them elsewhere online as they were scanned just for Glamour Reese!
Check out Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd inviting their Fans in India to enjoy their new movie How Do You Know, a romantic comedy also starring Owen Wilson and academy award winner Jack Nicholson.Releasing this valentine season on the 18th February 2011 and log on to the Official Facebook Page www.facebook.com/sonypicturesindia
February 6, 2011 • Category: "How Do You Know?" •
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How Do You Know will be released on DVD and blu-ray in the US on March 22nd. You can pre-order your preferred choice of DVD or Blu-ray on Amazon.com. No details on extras or artwork yet.
EDITED the next day:Flix66.com list the extras as follows:
* Interactive script gallery
* Commentary with filmmakers
* Select scenes commentary with James L. Brooks and Owen Wilson
* Deleted scenes commentary by James L. Brooks
* Optional commentary with James L. Brooks
* “The George”
* Blooper reel
* Extra Innings
* A conversation with James L. Brooks and Hans Zimmer
February 1, 2011 • Category: "How Do You Know?" •
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The King’s Speech enjoyed a three-week reign at the top of the UK box-office, but the challenge of new Disney animation Tangled proved too strong, given its £5m-plus opening, and so moves down to make way.
The Tangled result follows similar success in many international territories, notably Germany and France, where it’s taken 26.4million Euros and 22.8million Euros respectively. The Rapunzel-themed film represents a major recovery for Walt Disney Animation Studios, after last year’s commercially disappointing Princess And The Frog, which was presented in traditional 2D animation.
The King’s Speech dips a modest 14%, the natural pace of decline presumably arrested by a renewed burst of publicity on the back of last week’s 12 Oscar nominations, and wins at the Directors Guild and Screen Actors Guild awards. Fellow awards contender Black Swan falls an even gentler 6%.
Both films will do well to maintain this slow burnout pace this weekend with the arrival of The Fighter, and again a week later with True Grit. The King’s Speech has now taken nearly £25m after just 24 days, while Black Swan has exceeded £7m in less than half that time.
Three other new films made the top 10. Jason Statham hitman flick The Mechanic did best, with a solid debut of £922,000 – towards the top end for films featuring the actor as the principal selling point. Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter managed a less-impressive £602,000, hampered by discouraging reviews and a lack of attention for the afterlife-themed film from awards-giving bodies.
Least successful of all is James L Brooks’ latest comedy How Do You Know, starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson, which opened to a disappointing £375,000. Production budget is a rumoured $100m, and at this point looks set to be a significant cash loser for backers Sony.
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