I’ve been looking over the gallery members and there are a lot that appear to be spam bots. Instead of spending hours weeding through each member, I will be purging the membership completely sometime tonight and adding an anti-spam measure to the registration process. If you are currently registered in the gallery you will need to register again. I apologize for the inconvenience this will cause but it is the fastest and easiest way to insure the stability and security of the gallery. The purge will likely happen around midnight EST.
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There is so much to get caught up on I hardly know where to start lol. For tonight, I’ve added a ton of new photos of Reese on the set of her upcoming movie How Do You Know? as well as some photos of her practicing softball as she prepares for the role. On a sort of related note… it appears as if the old gallery is no longer available and we don’t have access to backups of any of the files. If someone out there has the scans/photoshoots/photos/etc. from this site saved on their computer, please email me at glamour-reese @ live.com
– Movies: How Do You Know? > On the Set
“This is an issue that has been in the dark for too long. There remains what can seem like an impenetrable wall of silence, around violence. And we must all play a role in breaking that silence.”
The funny thing,” Reese Witherspoon says, “is it happens all the time.” A day after Gordon Brown thanked “Renée Witherspoon” in Parliament for her work for victims of domestic violence, Witherspoon is wondering why she and her friend, fellow actress Renée Zellweger are often confused with each other. “Maybe it’s an R-W, R-Z thing,” she says. “I phoned Renée, and she already knew. She said three people yesterday had said to her, ‘Hi Reese, how are you?’”
There should be stranger elements to this tale than the mystery of the Z-W congruence. Such as, why is a 33-year-old actress from the US, most famous for a film in which she plays a ditzy blonde lawyer, being thanked at Prime Minister’s Questions? Why was she later given access to meet Sarah Brown? And why, purely by virtue of signing a contract in 2007 to advertise cosmetics, is she fronting a British campaign for the end of a postcode lottery in domestic violence services?
Hello fellow Reese fans! My name is Lisa and I am the proud new owner of Glamour. Mycah will still be around to help out from time to time but I’ll be doing the majority of the updating from now on. Some of you may know me from one of my other sites like Enchanting Amy or Scarlett Fan. I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am to be able to work on this site. I’ve always felt that Glamour really set the bar for the fansite community and I really hope that I am able to continue that tradition. There is a ton of work to be done (news updates, gallery updates, new layout, etc.) so I hope that everyone will be patient over the next few weeks as I get to work on making Glamour the #1 Reese Witherspoon destination once again.
Reese Witherspoon has visited the House of Commons to raise awareness of domestic violence as part of joint campaign by Avon and the charity Refuge.
The actress, who is the global ambassador for the cosmetics company, spoke on behalf of the crusade, calling for more government funding for victim support services in the UK.
”There remains what can seem like an impenetrable wall of silence around violence and we must all play a role in breaking this silence,” she said.
A YouGov poll commissioned by Avon found that 92 per cent of people think they do not know anyone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence, when in fact one in four women suffer at the hands of a partner in their lifetime.
Ms Witherspoon said the problem was “pandemic” around the world and added that she was motivated to support the campaign by a friend who had gone through such an experience as a young woman.
In March, she launched a worldwide campaign on behalf of the cosmetics company aimed at ending violence against women.
Warner Home Video have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Four Christmases on 24th November 2009. In this festive comedy Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon star as a couple that struggles to visit all four of their divorced parents on Christmas Day.
Available on DVD ($28.98 SRP) and Blu-ray Disc ($35.99 SRP), features are outlined below…
DVD – Includes both widescreen and full screen transfers with English DD5.1 Surround audio and English and Spanish subtitles. There are no extras.
* 1080P 1.85:1 Widescreen
* English 5.1 Dolby TrueHD & 5.1 Dolby Digital
* English SDH (Film & Select Bonus Material) & Spanish (Film only) subtitles
* Seven Layer Holiday Meals In a Flash – with celebrity cook Paula Deen and cast member Katy Mixon
* Four Christmases: Holiday Moments – revisit key comic segments that nail real-life Yule season family craziness
* Four Christmases: Favorite Christmas Memories (featurette via BD-Live)
* Paula Deen and Katy Mixon Unleashed – Outtakes (via BD-Live)
* HBO First Look – Four Christmases: Behind The Madness
* Gag Reel
* Deleted Scenes
The extras on the disc are presented in HD.
Source: DVD Times
Universal and Reese Witherspoon are going into the pharmaceutical business.
The studio is developing Pharm Girl, an aspirational comedy centering on one woman’s odyssey through the drug industry.
Bad Santa scribes Glenn Ficarra and John Requa are writing the screenplay and in talks to direct. Witherspoon is producing via her Type A banner and attached to the lead role.
The project centers on a woman (Witherspoon) who gets a job at a pharma powerhouse but begins to see the underbelly of the industry as she rises through the company’s ranks. Tracy Falco and Maradith Frenkel are overseeing for the studio.
She’s an Oscar-winning actress and one of Hollywood’s hottest stars — but even Reese Witherspoon’s children, 9-year-old daughter Ava & 6-year-old-son Deacon, are surprisingly “embarrassed” of their uber-famous mom.
“My children are embarrassed at me all the time. They’re like ‘mom you’re being really stupid’,”Witherspoon told us in a recent interview. “When ‘Monsters vs. Aliens’ came out Ava told me I’m the coolest mom in the third grade. I said ‘can you put it on a piece of paper and sign it for me please’. I was cool once.”
And as cool and yet hot as the majority of men (and women) think Witherspoon is, she won’t be baring too much for the lights and camera.
“I had my first baby when I was 23, so for me, no. I’ve always been choosing roles knowing that I have a daughter and I have a responsibility to her and to the world to be representing women of strength,” the 33-year-old added. “These are the women I know in life. I think it’s a natural extension of parenthood for you to feel like you’re responsible for the worlds you create, whether they be silly or serious. I think you are responsible for the art you put in the world.”
While these are certainly inspiring words of wisdom, don’t be fooled — this mama was more than happy to embrace her childhood habits while lending her voice to “Monsters vs. Aliens”.
“It’s definitely not hard. It’s like you go in and it’s about how imaginative you can be. For me, that’s just a fantastic opportunity to be free and act like a 5-year-old,” Witherspoon added. “We just go in the sound booth and be silly and eat candy and drink caffeine and bounce off the walls. The older I get the more I regress. I really have just become very silly.”