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Reese took time out of her holiday in the Caribbean to chat to fans on Facebook live yesterday. She and co-star Laura Dern also did an interview on Instagram. They revealed that they are considering a second season of Big Little Lies…
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Continuing our run of updating and finishing the Public Appearances section of our Gallery, 2011 is now complete! 2011 was a busy year for Reese, as she promoted Water For Elephants around the globe. She also received the MTV Generation Award at the MTV Movie Awards and continued her work with Avon. I love her 60’s-inspired look at the Oscars (and seeing her with her American Psycho co-star Christian Bale again!), but her Water For Elephants New York Premiere look is possibly my all-time favourite look of hers – her dress, make-up and hair are just perfect for her!! I think Reese’s highlight of the year was meeting Kate Middleton at the Tusk Trust Reception, as she has spoken enthusiastically about her admiration for the Duchess. Some of our photos from this year have been replaced with HQ versions, and there are also plenty of new shots in there too.
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This project has been in the works for years … hopefully we’ll get something more solid on it/filming details soon…
Christoph Waltz joins Matt Damon, Reese Witherspoon in Alexander Payne’s Downsizing
Two-time Oscar winner Chistoph Waltz (Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained) and actress Hong Chau have been cast in Alexander Payne’s new movie, Downsizing, Paramount announced Thursday. They flesh out a cast already populated by Matt Damon and Reese Witherspoon.
The Nebraska director co-wrote the script along with Sideways collaborator Jim Taylor. Set in the near future, the film follows a man who realizes he’d be better off if he shrunk himself.
Waltz appeared as the villain in last fall’s Bond movie, Spectre, and also stars in the upcoming Legend of Tarzan.
Chau made her big-screen debut in Inherent Vice from Paul Thomas Anderson. She’s currently in production for the new HBO show Big Little Lies, which also stars Witherspoon.
January 20, 2013 • Category: "Water For Elephants"
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Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson Top Our List Of Hollywood’s Highest-Grossing Romantic Couples
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, when movie lovers’ thoughts turn to romance films. Older folks might think of putting on Casablanca; Gen X’ers, Say Anything. What does it say about the millennial generation that the most popular love story of their time involves a young lady, a vampire and a werewolf?
That’s why Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson land at the top of our list of Hollywood’s Highest-Grossing Romantic Couples. We looked at the top-grossing romantic movies of the last three years. Twilight was by far the biggest box office winner over that period, earning $1.17 billion.
The fact that we get to track the couple’s off-screen romance along with their on-screen love just adds to the overall romance of the films. The couple is reportedly back together after breaking up over Stewart’s fling with the married director of her film Snow White and the Huntsman.
Pattinson is also a member of the 10th place couple on our list alongside Reese Witherspoon. Their film Water for Elephants earned $59 million in the U.S. in 2011. Those aren’t Twilight numbers, but considering that the movie brought in an extra $58 million internationally and only cost $38 million to make, it was a small hit.
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October 12, 2012 • Category: "Water For Elephants"
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It seems that Uggie the dog can add writing to his list of many talents, as he is releasing a book about his Hollywood life, entitled ‘Uggie – My Story’. In it, he dishes about working with Miss Reese on Water For Elephants, and recalls his experiences with RPattz on the same film 😉
Reese Witherspoon: His Water for Elephants co-star loomed large from their first day on set.
“I adored her. On or off screen, the atmosphere between us was electrically charged,” writes Uggie. “Recently divorced and with two small children, Miss W was surely in need of a new leading man in her life?”
Robert Pattinson: Uggie confesses that his Water for Elephants co-star “broke into giggles” over the dog’s loud snoring. There was clearly some on-set jealousy.
“I never really got what the fuss was over Mr. P by the way (or RPattz, as his fans call him),” Uggie writes. “On any given day there’d be hordes of young female humans screaming for him at the studio gates, but the supposedly smoldering biped couldn’t even skateboard as well as me.” Meow!
– USA Today
During our Birthday Special updates a few weeks ago I uploaded a ton of HQs from the Water For Elephants New York premiere, and today I have added the rest of the photos I had from that event – another 140+, all in HQ! I have to admit that I think this look has overtaken the Just Like Heaven premiere as my all-time favourite Reese look – she just looks perfect here, I think! I adore her Jason Wu dress.
I also want to say a quick but big thank you to those of you that have posted comments here recently – I’m just going through them and replying. I really love reading your thoughts on Reese and our updates here, and I appreciate you taking the time to comment. I’m glad you enjoyed our Birthday Special!
Enjoy all the fantastic new HQ photos in the Gallery:
• “Water For Elephants” New York Premiere x147 more
I’m in an updating mood, so I have a second lot of screencaptures for you now. Again thanks to my wonderful friend Maria, I’ve added over 1,200 HD screencaptures from Water For Elephants, as well as over 700 HD caps from the DVD extras. While this isn’t my favourite movie, Reese does look so gorgeous in it – the 1920’s style really suits her, I love her hair and make-up! The screencaptures are just stunning and in perfect quality – there really are so many great shots in there, you’ll want to take your time browsing them all! Big, big thanks to Maria again for helping us out with these.
Just look at the prettyness ^_^
• Water For Elephants > Film Screencaptures x1,220
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – Raising The Tent x161
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – The Menagerie x38
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – Secrets Of The Big Top x71
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – The Star Attraction x176
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – The Travelling Show x102
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – Robert Pattinson Spotlight x38
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – Working Without A Net x92
• Water For Elephants > DVD Screencaptures – Feature Performer: Reese Witherspoon x87
February 17, 2012 • Category: "Water For Elephants"
Comments Off on Reese’s “Water For Elephants” dress displayed in Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit
‘The Artist’ And 20 Other Films Put Costumes On Display
To create the Oscar-nominated costumes for “The Artist,” designer Mark Bridges had to think in both color and black and white.
“Things that you wouldn’t notice in color suddenly showed up when it became black and white,” he said. “A simple beaded flapper dress suddenly became maternity wear.”
The costumes from “The Artist”, a black-and-white silent film, can be seen in all their brilliant colors at the FIDM Museum & Galleries 20th annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit, which is on view until April 28 at the downtown Los Angeles
The nominees’ work stands among other outstanding attire from the past year’s films. There is the pink beaded performance dress Reese Witherspoon wore in “Water for Elephants” and Viola Davis’ maid’s uniform from “The Help,” plus the armor from “Thor,” suits from “J. Edgar” and cowboy clothing from “Cowboys & Aliens.”
– Read the full article and see a slideshow of some of the exhibits at HuffingtonPost.com