Our quest to complete the Gallery continues. Today the Sweet Home Alabama section of the Gallery has been completed, with additional stills, posters, set photos and promotional photoshoots. This is one of my absolute favourite Reese films! Reese says of the film that it “really represents the Southern values that you really respect”, and that “the similarities with Melanie really drew me to her. She was a lot closer to me than any other character I’ve played in recent years.” And of course her co-stars had a lot to say about her, with Josh Lucas telling the press of his admiration for Reese dating back to her first film – “Once I saw Man On The Moon it was like – and if you’re Southern for me that was like ‘there’s the girl!’ – she was just so glorious and sassy and snappy and smart”. Enjoy all the new photos….
The Gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from Reese’s 1996 thriller Freeway. We previously had screencaptures from this film, but now that it’s available in blu-ray I couldn’t resist updating them with much better quality versions! Reese was on fire as the foul-mouthed Vanessa Lutz in this movie – she was completely over-the-top and very funny and quick in her delivery – my favourite scene is where she sees Bob in court for the first time after the ‘accident’ 😀 I wonder what Reese makes of this film now, in the current era of female empowerment and fighting against exploitation of women?
More movie HD screencaptures/stills and high quality photos from last years Emmy Awards coming soon….
Here’s yet another batch of additional photos from early 2018 appearances to date, this time including more from the SAG Awards, Critics Choice Awards, and Producers Guild Awards, where Big Little Lies continued its awards sweep. I particularly love the Critics Choice Awards look and photos!
April 23, 2018 • Category: Gallery Updates •
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To complete our A Wrinkle In Time promotion coverage, we’ve added a large batch of additional photos from the film’s London premiere held last month. I still love this powdery-blue dress on Reese – it might be my favourite look of the year so far!
Reese’s friend Eva Longoria received a star on the illustrious Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier this week, and following the ceremony a luncheon was held to celebrate Eva. Reese came out to support her friend, looking summery in a Draper James dress with Alexandre Birman heels. She posted photos from the event on her social media accounts, and was seen posing with fellow actresses/producers Kerry Washington and Olivia Munn. We have over 90 beautiful high quality photos for you in our Gallery (thanks Sara!), and social media posts and videos further down this post.
April 22, 2018 • Category: Gallery Updates •
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We already had screencaptures from Reese’s 1998 comedy Overnight Delivery, but now the Gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from the film – everything is better in HD! This is one of my (many) favourite Reese films – I just love how unashamedly fun and wild it is, and Paul Rudd is one of my favourite co-stars of Reese’s with their amazing chemistry.
More of our movie screencaptures will be replaced with HD versions soon – I love re-watching Reese’s films, she has such a fun and varied filmography!
Despite previously saying that the Public Appearances section of our Gallery was complete, we have now found more to add! Over the past couple of months most of the 2017 Events albums have been updated with either high quality replacements for pictures we previously had, or additional photos. This includes more from the Home Again promotion, and various events with Ava and Big Little Lies co-star Nicole Kidman – there are over 1,300 new photos and some fabulous shots, so have a browse and enjoy! There are more photos to come from the Emmys soon, too….
Reese and her A Wrinkle In Time co-stars and director can be seen on the cover of the March 21st issue of UK Stylist magazine – with a fantastic new book-themed interview and photoshoot! Read the interview below, find the photoshoot in our Gallery, and pick up a copy if you can….
Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon on the importance of feminist storytelling
Ava DuVernay, Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey and Mindy Kaling on rewriting the story books and the power of the written word.
“I recently got hate-tweeted by the President,” begins Oprah Winfrey, looking like the most relaxed woman in the USA. “Since then, I’ve been asked, ‘What are you going to do about it?’ Well, did you see that meme a couple of years ago: ‘Ain’t nobody got time for that’? I don’t have time for that. I’m not going to focus one minute of my energy on that. I’m going to stay in the light.”
“Things I don’t have time for: that,” laughs Reese Witherspoon, sitting opposite her. Mindy Kaling interjects: “If you’ve been to the Promised Land, which is where Oprah lives, and you think about whether she is going to spend time thinking about a tweet or if she’s going to live her life, you would understand why she doesn’t have time for that.”
As storytellers go, Oprah Winfrey is one of the greats (and yes, her home in Montecito, California, is called The Promised Land). But she’s also a long-time supporter of other storytellers, having launched the influential Oprah’s Book Club back in 1996 via her incredibly successful TV show.
In fact, in this room there’s a power quadrant of women who are determined advocates of books – Reese Witherspoon via her monthly Instagram book club and adapting numerous titles for the big and small screen (Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty, Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber) through her production company Hello Sunshine; Mindy Kaling, author of New York Times bestsellers Why Not Me? and Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?; and Ava DuVernay, the director of A Wrinkle In Time, in which all three star.
The trio play Mrs Which (Winfrey), Mrs Whatsit (Witherspoon) and Mrs Who (Kaling), three celestial beings and superheroes who guide a young woman of dual heritage across space to search for her father. It’s based on the book of the same name, which was finished in early 1960 but initially rejected by many publishers for being, as hypothesized by the author Madeleine L’Engle, a sci-fi novel with a female protagonist and blurring the lines between a children’s and adult’s book. Finally published in 1962, it went on to become a classic. As I write, the film is second in the US box-office charts to Black Panther – proof, should Hollywood need it, that films telling diverse and fantastical stories, that are told by all voices, are both necessary and profitable.
To celebrate our 16 years online, here we are spotlighting 16 of our favourite Reese things from the past 16 years. You will see a new one upon refreshing or changing the page.
"It took me years to be the woman my mother raised. It took me 4 years, 7 months and 3 days to do it, without her. After I lost myself in the wilderness of my grief, I found my own way out of the woods."
Untitled TV Project with Jennifer Aniston
Little Fires Everywhere
Untitled Producing Project with Kristin Wiig
Are You Sleeping
Luckiest Girl Alive
Tiny Beautiful Things
Barbie origins project
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