November 29, 2016 • Category: "Sing", Video Updates •
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The Today Show had a look at the animation of Sing on their show yesterday:
TODAY goes behind the scenes of the upcoming movie “Sing” with writer-director Garth Jennings to reveal what goes into creating an animated musical. Jennings says there’s “an insane amount of music” in the movie, featuring stars like Scarlett Johannson performing classic songs. And TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie got to join in on the fun by becoming the voices behind animal anchors. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
Additional stills, plus posters, a promotional photoshoot, trailer screencaptures and behind the scenes photos from Reese’s 2002 movie The Importance Of Being Earnest have been added to our Gallery today. Reese starred as Cecily Cardew alongside Colin Firth, Rupert Everett, Frances O’Connor and Judi Dench in this comedy based on Oscar Wilde’s novel. Reese described her character as “headstrong”, and “understands a lot about social grace but has a tendency to throw it all away in the spirit of having fun and having a good time”. The film is a lot of fun, and Reese brings her usual charm to it!
Cecily: “You must not laugh at me, darling, but it has always been a girlish dream of mine to love a man named Ernest.”
Reese Witherspoon on Daughter Ava Growing Up Before Her Eyes
“Extra” special correspondent and O magazine’s creative director Adam Glassman recently caught up with Reese Witherspoon in Dallas, where she promoted her lifestyle brand Draper James and dished on her look-alike daughter Ava.
Reese is known for her chic style, and it looks like her teenage daughter is taking after her! Reese shared, “She’s really enjoying fashion. It’s great to see her becoming a beautiful young woman.” Reese even pretended to cry at the thought of her little girl growing up and joked, “It’s so sad.”
Ava made her red carpet debut at a Chanel dinner in September. On what advice she gave the 17-year-old, Reese dished, “Just be confident and feel good about yourself.”
Reese is also sharing that same advice to women everywhere, with her brand. “Every woman should feel comfortable and confidence because when you look good, you feel good. Don’t get stressed, just put on a cute dress and a pair of sandals and you’re done.”
Speaking up dressing up, the Nashville native credits her upbringing with her love of fashion. She said, “Southern women like to look dressed. I grew up in a a place where you were supposed to dress up to go on an airplane.” She went on, “I like getting dressed up, I think it’s fun and I want to make that easy for women.”
As for what inspired her to create Draper James, Reese commented, “I grew up in the middle of the country so when I think of dressing, I think about all the people in between New York and L.A. and what we wear to sporting events or church or a dinner party.”
Witherspoon is also giving back with her line. “It’s important for me to give back to the communities that support us. We found Girls Inc. and they do these incredible after-school programs.”
For more on Reese inspired styles, visit DraperJames.com!
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