As posted about last night, Reese attended the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood last night. Reese and her friend and Big Little Lies co-star/co-producer Nicole Kidman presented the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made For TV which went to Sarah Paulson for The People v. O.J. Simpson; Reese makes no secret of her love for Sarah, so she must’ve been especially delighted to present this award! Following the ceremony, Reese and Nicole popped into the HBO After Party, and posed with fellow HBO actress Sarah Jessica Parker. Reese and Nicole look as though they had a fun night, and it’s great to see them out and about together 😊 Reese’s movie Sing was nominated for Best Motion Picture – Animated but unfortunately lost out to Zootopia.
Reese wore a custom-made yellow Versace gown, with Louboutin heels, a bag by Tyler Ellis, and jewellery from Tiffany & Co.. She stuck with her trusted hair and make-up team – Adir Abergel and Molly R. Stern. I absolutely love this look on Reese! She pulls off the yellow perfectly and looks classic, fresh and very beautiful 💛
I’ve added over 150 HQ photos from the event to our Gallery – there are some fab shots in there! Further down this post is a video of Reese and Nicole presenting, and some articles from the night. I’ll be on the lookout for a full video and will post that along with HD screencaptures from the show asap.
What did you think of Reese’s look at the Globes? Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts by posting a comment on this post!
Entertainment Weekly have a 3-page feature on Big Little Lies in the latest issue of their magazine – they include it as one of their ’10 Must See Shows of Winter’. It has the same article posted online earlier, plus a couple of new stills, including one of Reese. Find the scans in our Gallery:
Reese is walking the red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood tonight, and she is looking stunning in yellow! Reese will present an award with her Big Little Lies co-star Nicole Kidman during the ceremony. Here is the first look at Reese on the red carpet, and check back tomorrow for the start of our full coverage from the event…
— Deadline Hollywood (@Deadline) January 9, 2017
The current issue of People magazine (January 16th) has a Winter TV preview feature, and this includes a nice full page picture of Reese with a short interview with her about Big Little Lies. Find the scan in our Gallery:
Reese attended a private screening for Natalie Portman’s new film Jackie a few days ago; here is a photo from the film’s official Instagram page:
Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman reveal the genesis of Big Little Lies
It began with a manuscript. In 2014, a friend slipped Reese Witherspoon an early galley of Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies. The Australian author has a knack for spinning a compelling tale — her previous book, The Husband’s Secret, had hit No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list a year earlier — and this one was no exception.
“Liane’s writing is so enthralling, I was hanging on every word. I read it in one night,” says Witherspoon of the story of a wealthy seaside enclave where not everything is as perfect as it seems and the combined community secrets lead to a mysterious murder.
Her producing partner, Bruna Papandrea, called Nicole Kidman — a longtime friend since the women were teenagers — and said simply: “I’ve found the thing for us all to do together.” Kidman (who also read the book in a single sitting) happened to be leaving the next day for Australia, and while there she met Moriarty for coffee. “I said to her, ‘If you give us the rights to the book, we can get it made,’” says Kidman.
Within 18 months, a staggering number of A-listers were heading into production. Witherspoon and Kidman were joined by Shailene Woodley in the lead roles, with Laura Dern, Zoë Kravitz, Alexander Skarsgård, and Adam Scott also in the cast. David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal) signed on as an executive producer and wrote all seven episodes. Jean-Marc Vallée — fresh off his Oscar-nominated film Wild — agreed to direct every installment, too. (He’d been planning to direct only the pilot but had a hard time saying no to his Wild leading lady. “This is all Reese’s fault,” he says with a laugh. “I was about to take a vacation, and I was so tired. But then I read it, and I couldn’t abandon it after I started.”)
All that talent shows: The series has its fair share of humor and dark drama — and then even darker drama — yet the actresses never miss a step. “I sometimes felt like I was watching a class in acting,” says Witherspoon of her costars.
Big Little Lies premieres on Feb. 19 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. Check out the trailer above.
What a great way to start the year … Reese has posted photos from her first day on the set of A Wrinkle In Time today on her social media accounts! Judging by one of the snaps she posted on Snapchat she’ll be sporting red hair for this film …
— Reese Witherspoon (@RWitherspoon) January 3, 2017
It’s the start of a New Year, and time for us to look back on Reese’s dynamic 2016 and look forward to what she’ll be offering in 2017. On the surface 2016 was a relatively quiet year for Reese, but behind the scenes it seemed as if she’d been working in overdrive! She made a few red carpet and magazine cover appearances, but Reese’s 2016 seemed to have been focused on her Draper James company and developing strong roles for women in film through her production company Pacific Standard. 💛
The start of the year bought us Reese on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, in a gorgeous, feminine new photoshoot and an interview in which she chatted to the magazine about Draper James and her career. She echoed similar sentiments about improving the image of women in film to Entertainment Weekly magazine, in a ‘beyond beautiful’ spread also including Kerry Washington, Eva Longoria, and Elizabeth Banks. The interview touched on topics from social media to their diverse careers, and the pretty but simplistic photoshoot complemented the meaningful nature of the interview.
Reese’s major public appearance at the start of the year was at the Oscars. She wore a gorgeous purple gown by Oscar de la Renta, with Jimmy Choo shoes and jewellry from Tiffany’s. Her husband accompanied her on the red carpet, and inside the ceremony she introduced clips from two of the Best Picture nominees with her friend Kate Winslet. Reese’s stylist Leslie Fremar explained the choices behind Reese’s dress: “Last week, it was lavender. We remade it in a darker purple because we thought it was really fresh and looked beautiful with her skin tone. The shape of the fan was really different and something I hadn’t seen before, and the black corset was really sexy. We didn’t want to compete with how beautiful, but simple, the dress was.”