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Reese Witherspoon: My Daughter Has Access to ‘Anything She Wants to Wear’ in My Closet
We can’t even imagine the gloriousness that is street style superhero Reese Witherspoon‘s closet, but we can imagine that if we were anywhere near it, we’d want everything. And there’s one young lady who has possibly the best proximity to one of the most enviable off-duty wardrobes ever, Witherspoon’s lookalike 15-year-old daughter, Ava. But just what is she permitted to borrow?
“Anything she wants to wear,” Witherspoon tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue. “She and I just swap clothes.”
Witherspoon adds of the budding fashionista, “She’s got great taste. I love to see the way she has her own sense of style. She’s a young woman and is really developing her sense of what she wants to look like.” That just happens to include rocking a whole lot of her mom’s line, Draper James, like the navy magnolia Nashville Shirt that we’ve spotted on Reese herself multiple times.
“It’s great to see her wear it and work it into her own wardrobe staples,” she says. “But she thinks I’m ridiculous, [saying], ‘I would never wear it like that, I’d wear it like this.’”
However, they do have similar taste when it comes to accessorizing — and beauty! “We actually both love the same hats, that’s what’s funny,” she says (check out her adorable Draper James Panama hat, below). “And we both love makeup. We go to Sephora maybe way too much. Ridiculous. But it’s fun — it’s great to have a girl and get to go shopping together and buy makeup and stuff.”
Aside from being a prime shopping buddy, Ava is also potentially a stand-in stylist. Says Witherspoon, “I really trust and value her opinion; she’s a very smart young woman and she helps me make a lot of decisions.”
Reese Witherspoon Calls ‘Cruel Intentions’ Reunion ‘So Much Fun’
Reese Witherspoon joined “Extra” at this weekend’s Produced By Conference in Los Angeles, where she talked about how much fun she had reuniting with her “Cruel Intentions” co-stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair.
They were all at Rockwell Table & Stage’s “The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions” in Los Angeles last week. Reese said, “Sarah, Selma and I, we knew all the lines.”
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The trio documented their girls’ night on social media, with Sarah and Selma even reenacting their famous onscreen kiss in a pic that went viral. Reese revealed she didn’t realize what Sarah and Selma were doing. “I didn’t even know they were doing it. They’re cute, they’re such nice girls, and we had so much fun sort of reliving the old days.”
Reese has starred in countless movies since the 1999 release of “Cruel Intentions,” and recently took on the role of producer with such films as “Gone Girl” and “Wild.”
Up next for the Oscar winner is working with producing partner Bruna Papandrea on the live-action film “Tink,” based on the beloved Disney character, Tinkerbell.
“We’re excited,” Reese said about the film that she will also star in as the title character. “It’s our biggest family film we’ve thought up.”
Reese Witherspoon on Portraying Hillary Clinton, Finding Great Roles for Women
Reese Witherspoon offered plenty of encouragement to fellow producers on Saturday morning by stressing the need to focus on the female audience — as demonstrated by her recent producing efforts, “Wild,” “Gone Girl” and “Hot Pursuit.”
“Women make up 50 percent of the population,” she said. “We should make up 50% of the movies we see.”
Speaking at the Producers Guild of America’s 7th annual “Produced By” conference on the Paramount lot, Witherspoon said the success of her Pacific Standard company stems partly from Hollywood knowing what to expect from the shingle. Witherspoon noted that she and partner Bruna Papandrea created the banner out of frustration with a lack of interesting roles for actresses.
“It is great to have specificity because people know what to send you,” Witherspoon noted. “We are looking for great female parts.”
But Witherspoon also noted that Pacific Standard wants to succeed on the basis on story. “The films we make are not chick flicks,” she insisted. “‘Wild’ is just about a human being.”
Speaking to a capacity crowd of more than 500 at the Paramount Theater, Witherspoon also addressed the question of whether she’d ever portray Hillary Clinton. She responded by saying that she’s been asked to do so several times and wryly pointed out that she portrayed a young version of Clinton as Tracy Flick in 1998’s “Election.”
“When I did meet Hillary Clinton she said, ‘Everybody talks to me about Tracy Flick in ‘Election,’” Witherspoon added.
Asked by moderator Will Packer if they believed they had made any mistakes with “Wild,” Witherspoon responded: “Shooting 55 locations in 30 days was probably not the best way to start, but we were determined.”
Both producers noted that they were also pregnant at the time. Papandrea said being a mother is not a disadvantage.
“I make better decisions because when I’m leaving my children, I want to do something I love,” she said.
SNL kicks off the final three shows of the season with Scarlett Johansson making her fourth hosting appearance on May 2. Johansson reprises her role as Black Widow in the highly anticipated “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” opening May 1.
Wiz Khalifa will make his SNL debut. “See You Again,” Khalifa’s hit song from the “Furious 7” soundtrack featuring Charlie Puth, currently sits at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. This summer, he will be co-headlining the Boys of Zummer tour with Fall Out Boy.
On May 9, Reese Witherspoon will return to Studio 8H for her second time as host. The Academy Award winner next teams up with Sofia Vergara for the upcoming comedy, “Hot Pursuit, in theaters May 8.
Florence + the Machine takes the stage for the third time as SNL musical guest. The band’s newest album, “How Big How Blue How Beautiful,” will be released in the U.S. on June 2 and features the new singles “What Kind of Man” and “Ship to Wreck.”
Emmy Award winner Louis C.K. will host the SNL season finale on May 16. Louis C.K. returns for his third appearance as host, having received Emmy nominations for his two previous hosting engagements. The fifth season of the critically acclaimed series, “Louie,” is currently airing on FX. His special “Louis C.K. Live at the Comedy Store” is available on Louisck.net and will air on FX May 28.
Rihanna will perform as musical guest for the fifth time. The Grammy Award winning singer starred in this year’s box office animated hit, “Home.” Her newest single, “B**** Better Have My Money,” is currently available for download.
The Golden Globe Awards will be held in LA on January 11th 2015.
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
JENNIFER ANISTON: CAKE
FELICITY JONES: THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING
JULIANNE MOORE: STILL ALICE
ROSAMUND PIKE: GONE GIRL REESE WITHERSPOON: WILD
“I’m extremely thankful that the film is being recognized in this way. Wild is truly my baby and was a labor of love from the beginning. Cheryl Strayed was so brave in putting her life’s journey into words and it makes me happy that this type of recognition will hopefully drive more people to experience it on film.”– Reese’s reaction to her nomination
Congratulations to Reese on her Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination for her work in Wild!! This was the only nomination for Wild from this awards group.
This is Reese’s 2nd nomination from the SAG Awards, her first of which was for Walk The Line back in 2005/2006 which she then won.
The awards ceremony will take place on January 25th 2015, and will air live on TNT/TBS.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
JENNIFER ANISTON / Claire Bennett – “CAKE” (Cinelou Films)
FELICITY JONES / Jane Hawking – “THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING” (Focus Features)
JULIANNE MOORE / Alice Howland-Jones – “STILL ALICE” (Sony Pictures Classics)
ROSAMUND PIKE / Amy Dunne – “GONE GIRL” (20th Century Fox) REESE WITHERSPOON / Cheryl Strayed – “WILD” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Harper’s Bazaar UK start our year off with a bang with Reese on the cover of their January issue! She looks beautiful in a new photoshoot for the magazine, and talks to them about the production of Wild.
The magazine is available on newsstands tomorrow – pick up a copy!!
‘I would have fired myself a couple of times during rehearsals because I was so scared, oh my God. I got my shit together, but it took me a while.’ – Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon is Bazaar’s January Cover Star
Far from the cliché of the all-American blonde, Reese Witherspoon is a sophisticated, intelligent star who revels in making tough choices, in work and in life.
Reese Witherspoon is doing what she does best: playing up for the camera. In this case, that means dancing to hip-hop on the Bazaar photo-shoot, dressed in an A-line Michael Kors skirt that jiggles about her like a starched crinoline. Here she goes again, dipping, bopping and shimmying. Watching her from the sidelines, I have to say she’s fantastically entertaining, her face a rolling cartoon strip of perky expressions. Photo-shoots don’t come easily to all actresses but Reese is, as you might expect, handling herself like a pro.
In keeping with the shoot’s vague premise – a 1950s Beverly Hills housewife going about her day – Witherspoon cranes her neck to look past the assembled crew here in the kitchen towards the front porch. Suddenly, she’s the picture of wifely anticipation, her ears pricked up as if her imaginary husband were just now pulling into the driveway and about to barrel through the door with a cheery ‘Honey, I’m home.’
It’s impressive to see and gratifying to have one’s expectations borne out. Because isn’t this the Witherspoon we know and love? Bright, breezy and boundlessly energetic, the seasoned crowd-pleaser who has been at it since the age of 14, the Southern gal with a gift for comedy. Yes, it is, to an extent. But getting the full measure of this 38-year-old, we’d better not reduce her to that. There is a cautionary tale being told here about Hollywood and the media, and Witherspoon is the one telling it. It goes something like this: ‘Don’t put me in that box. Or any box, for that matter. People are complex, on-screen and off. Can’t we do justice to that?’ It’s a word that comes up time and again in discussions with and about her: complex.
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London Film Festival: Reese Witherspoon Discusses Kicking Stoves in ‘Wild’ and 2013 Arrest
Reese Witherspoon told reporters on Monday that her 2013 arrest for disorderly conduct may have revealed a side to her that many weren’t aware of.
“I think it was a moment where people realized that I wasn’t exactly what they thought I was,” she said at a press conference for the film Wild at the BFI London Film Festival. “I guess maybe we all like to define people by the way the media presents them, and I think that I showed I have a complexity that people didn’t know about. It’s part of human nature. I made a mistake. We all make mistakes. The best you can do is say sorry and learn from it and move on.”
The actress also revealed that scenes in Wild showing her character’s inexperience at camping were not always acted.
“When you see me putting together the tent, that’s literally me putting together the tent. It took me two hours. I could not figure out the f—ing tent,” she said. “And when I kicked the stove, it’s because I couldn’t make the f—ing stove work.”
Reese Witherspoon Talks ‘Weak’ Female Characters And One Thing Women Should Focus On In 2014
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Reese Witherspoon attended a young women’s conference at her teenaged-daughter’s school in Los Angeles, Calif. last month and was in good company: she brought along her own mother, her good friend Mindy Kaling and joined notable women like Maria Shriver and Lisa Leslie for a day of events and discussions.
Witherspoon said of her 14-year-old daughter Ava, “I don’t need to teach her much. She has a lot of self-confidence. I came from a very long line of very strong, hard-working women. So I think she gets a lot of inspiration from her grandmothers on both sides.”
But Witherspoon’s children must certainly garner a healthy dose of inspiration from their own mother, too. Witherspoon won an Academy Award for her performance as June Carter (another fierce woman) in 2005’s “Walk The Line” and currently has four films in post-production, including the smash bestsellers “Gone Girl” and “Wild.” Witherspoon has two children with actor Ryan Phillippe and a toddler with new husband and agent Jim Toth. She might have won Hollywood’s heart in “Legally Blonde,” but she has since proven herself as an extremely talented actor, singer and producer.
The Huffington Post spoke with Witherspoon, 37, about accomplishing everything you want, taking on the challenging role of Cheryl Strayed in “Wild” and what the most important thing women can do in 2014 is.
How do you define success and do you consider yourself successful by that measure?
I think more and more for me, it’s about finding balance between work and family and finding time for myself. I think it’s sort of 30/30/30 — or trying to be at least. Right now it’s sort of like 50/20/5 [laughs]. I think it takes time. You just learn, as you get older, to carve out time for yourself and still accomplish everything that you want. And I’m still in the process of having huge goals and things that I want to accomplish. But I’m trying to do those things while still maintaining a little balance.
Reese Witherspoon & Mindy Kaling Prove They Have The Best Friendship
Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling had a heart-to-heart conversation on Saturday; it just happened in a gymnasium full of teen girls and parents at Brentwood School in Los Angeles. For the school’s second Young Women’s Conference, the two actresses interviewed each other, and spoke bluntly about being underestimated, what their lives were like as teenagers and how one of them (read below!) is a “freeloader.”
Reese Witherspoon: I asked Mindy to do this with me because I’m terrible at speeches. I thought it would be interesting because we have been good friends for a while and when we talk, we run the gamut of conversations that women have about business and life. I just find her so inspirational, so we have prepared some questions for each other.
Mindy Kaling: We’re kind of the same age but you’ve been working for such a long time and you’re so accomplished. You act, produce and you’re a busy mom and wife. If you were a man, no one would ask you how you balance it all. They would just assume you can handle it. So I’m not going to ask you how you balance it all. But I will ask you what one thing is that you do just for you and for fun? My answer would be nail art. Like a 14-year-old girl.
RW: Few people know this about me, but I like to take hip-hop dance classes. I’m not saying I’m good at hip-hop dance classes, I just enjoy taking them.
MK: What level are you at?
RW: I’d say a one or a two. That’s the bottom. I liked taking dance classes when I was in high school and I was never any good at it. But they would bring three girls to the front and they’d say, “Okay, watch Sarah for her arms. And watch Lily for her legs. And watch Reese for her personality.”