The Draper James Spring 2018 collection has recently been released, and Reese and daughter Ava have been photographed together to promote the collection! You can see the photos and read their interview together at DraperJames.com – what a treat!! It’s a very pretty photoshoot. Here’s the behind the scenes video:
The Gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from all the recent A Wrinkle In Time trailers, TV spots and featurettes. There are lots of new shots of Reese as Mrs Whatsit – the film looks like it’s going to be visually stunning! There are guaranteed to be a million more promotional videos in the next 6 weeks leading up to the films release on March 9th….
Here’s another batch of additional photos from 2018 events to date – this includes the SAG Awards and Producers Guild Awards. I really love both looks on Reese – the green SAG dress is so vibrant and different for her, and the Producers Guild dress is so pretty and feminine! Lots of great shots with Laura Dern at the SAGs, as well as screencaps of Reese cheering Nicole on during the show I think the SAG Awards might’ve marked the end of awards season for Big Little Lies – I don’t think there are any more major TV awards that will feature the show, so enjoy the cast photos from the SAGs! And congratulations once again to the cast and crew for their incredible awards season run and well deserved recognition!
Thanks again to our friend Sara for some of these photos. Have a browse…
• Producers Guild Awards x87 more
• Screen Actors Guild Awards x90 more
• 2018 – Screen Actors Guild Awards (screencaptures) x67
A few months ago, Reese Witherspoon realized everything had changed.
HBO’s glossy, seven-episode drama, “Big Little Lies” — which Ms. Witherspoon starred in and helped produce — won eight Emmy Awards, including the one for best limited series. From the Microsoft Theater stage in Los Angeles on Sept. 17, to swelling applause, Ms. Witherspoon spoke of how important it was to bring “women to the front of their own stories and make them the heroes of their own stories.”
Not long after that night, she found herself in demand.
“It opened a lot of doors for me,” Ms. Witherspoon said in an interview this past week. “People wanted to be in business with me as a producer in the TV space. My mission was to create television for other women, for other female storytellers that are actresses, other directors and other writers. I think it just clicked in people’s minds.”
Since then, Ms. Witherspoon has transformed herself from an actress increasingly frustrated with the roles she was being offered into a producer with a slate of projects that puts her in the company of series creators like Dick Wolf, Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy.
Last month, HBO ordered a second season of “Big Little Lies,” with Ms. Witherspoon’s production company, Hello Sunshine, among the key companies behind the show. In addition, Apple has bought three Hello Sunshine projects as part of its push to compete with Netflix, Amazon and Hulu in streaming. That amounts to a third of Apple’s TV purchases to date.
One of the series — which is set to star Ms. Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston as hosts of a fictional morning news show — marks one of the most expensive deals in TV history: With a 20-episode commitment, Apple has pledged roughly $240 million to make it, according to two people familiar with the series. Ms. Witherspoon’s other two Apple projects will star Octavia Spencer and Kristen Wiig.
Apple’s top TV executives, Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, said in a statement that Ms. Witherspoon had “an extraordinary knack for being a step ahead of the zeitgeist.”
The rise of Hello Sunshine — with projects centered on strong, complicated women — syncs up perfectly with the #timesup movement, which counts Ms. Witherspoon as a major player, and gives evidence that the risk-averse Hollywood establishment may have learned something from the blockbuster success of “Wonder Woman” last year.
“People are desperate for this kind of storytelling about the female heroes that have always been in the shadows and now are coming into the light,” Ms. Witherspoon said.Continue reading this entry »
— A Wrinkle In Time (@WrinkleInTime) January 28, 2018
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been gradually adding lots more photos from the 2018 events Reese has attended so far. In the first batch we have over 500 additional photos from the AFI Awards and the Golden Globe Awards and their after-parties – lots of fantastic Big Little Lies cast photos at the HBO After Party and in the Press Room! I love seeing the cast together … and Reese being honoured for her work as a producer Included are HD screencaptures from the Globes show itself. Big thanks to our friend Sara for some of these photos. Enjoy!
• AFI Awards Luncheon x28 more
• 2018 – Golden Globe Awards (screencaptures) x254
• The Golden Globe Awards – HBO After Party x57 more
• The Golden Globe Awards – WB/In Style After Party x22 more
• The Golden Globe Awards x180 more
Just a small update today – I’ve replaced our Election film screencaptures with beautiful HD ones! This film is just as funny and smart and watchable now, 19 years after its release and after numerous watches, and it remains one of my favourite Reese films and performances. I really enjoy how it shows the perspectives of all different characters and does so in a balanced way – no-one is fully good or bad. A classic Reese performance! Enjoy the fantastic HD screencaptures.
More HD film screencaptures as well as additional HQ photos from recent appearances will be added soon…
“She’s approached her role without vanity, unlike many young American actors who get so concerned with how they look. It’s not about being pretty. She inhabited that role fully, but she can do all these other roles. You see a woman in her, not a girl. She’s going to be interesting for a long time.” – Alexander Payne (Election director)
Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine Names Sarah Harden CEO
Former Otter Media president Sarah Harden, who had been serving as interim CEO of Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine banner since June, is joining the company full-time in the top position.
“From the moment I met Sarah Harden, I have been in awe of her vast understanding of business development and digital media brands around specific communities,” said Witherspoon. “Sarah is a force of nature. Not only does she believe that women should have every opportunity to succeed in media, she actually makes it happen. There have been so many ideas that I have wanted to execute over the past seven years. Sarah simply put her head down, did the work and made them happen. She leads with the motto ‘less talk, more progress.’ She elevates every idea, conversation and collaboration. I’m thrilled to have her lead this talented Hello Sunshine team.”
Witherspoon formed Hello Sunshine in 2016, in partnership with Otter Media, the joint venture formed between The Chernin Group and AT&T. The media company focuses on on telling female-driven stories across all platforms.
In her former role as President of Otter Media, Harden oversaw the growth of the digital media venture and its companies Fullscreen, Rooster Teeth, Crunchyroll, and Gunpowder & Sky and the formation of Otter’s initial partnership with Hello Sunshine. Before that, Harden served as EVP at the Chernin Group, where she focused on video-centered initiatives including the acquisitions of Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, McBeard and the formation of Otter Media.
“Having the opportunity to launch and build Hello Sunshine with Reese Witherspoon is a dream come true,” said Harden. “And to be able to do it at this particular time and with the backing of the same incredible partners in the Chernin Group and AT&T that I have had the privilege of representing in my role at Otter is about as good as it gets.”
Said Jesse Jacobs, President of the Chernin Group: “Sarah has been a force in optimizing Otter’s incredible growth since its inception, and we are thrilled that she is joining Hello Sunshine as CEO. Sarah has always been a champion for women, and her passion for building a modern, female-focused media company makes her the perfect executive for this role. “
In addition, Charlotte Koh has been named as Head of Digital Media & Programming for Hello Sunshine. She’ll be responsible for developing and producing unscripted, social and editorial content across the company’s digital distribution channels. Most recently, Koh was Head of Video at HuffPost and previously the first Head of Originals at Hulu. Prior to Hulu, Koh was SVP Business Development at Marvel Studios and Creative Executive at Fox Searchlight.
Koh joins the Hello Sunshine executive team which also includes Lauren Levy Neustadter, Head of Film and TV.