Reese and Matthew McConaughey appeared on The Today Show today to promote Sing:
Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey on ‘Sing’ and parenthood
The animated musical “Sing” features the voices of Oscar winners Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey, who sit down with Matt Lauer live on TODAY to talk about the film. Witherspoon says the movie “will be relatable to moms, and kids will appreciate their moms more.” But despite Matt’s coaxing, McConaughey is reluctant to sing “Call Me Maybe” as he does in the film.
Watch behind the scenes footage of Reese and her co-stars recording their voices for Sing:
In Style Germany have Reese on the cover of their January 2017 issue – it’s a reprint of her recent US cover spread although they use a different photo on their cover. Find scans in our Gallery, and pick up a copy on news-stands if you can …
Reese appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show today to promote Sing. She chatted about her ‘Wreath Witherspoon’ nickname, Christmas, singing, and her kids – and her kids’ reaction to seeing her as an animated pig in Sing! We have a HQ still in our Gallery, and below are a couple of clips from the show. I’ll be looking out for the full episode and will add HD screencaps to our Gallery asap …
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Yesterday Reese attended the Baby2Baby Snow Day in Los Angeles. The event was sponsored by Tiny Prints, and kids in need were provided with a backpack of winter essentials and gifts for them and their families. Reese wore a Draper James dress, and posed with other celebrities including Jessica Chapshaw, Kelly Sawyer, and Santa 🎅
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Reese Witherspoon showed off her impressive multitasking skills on Sunday during a special screening of Sing, which raised $100,000 for charity and allowed the actress to have a fun day out with her family.
The actress, 40, brought along her two sons, Deacon, 13, and Tennessee, 4, and husband, Jim Toth, to the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, where she and her Sing costar Matthew McConaughey spent an hour chatting with fans.
The special screening, hosted by Hint Water, helped raise money for Witherspoon and McConaughey’s respective foundations — Girls Inc. and Just Keep Livin’ Foundation. After the meet-and-greet with fans, Just Keep Livin’ Foundation executive director Shannon Mabrey Rotenberg introduced the two Oscar winners, who spoke about their organizations.
“I have gone to different schools in Nashville and Dallas,” Witherspoon said of her work with Girls Inc. “I’ve seen the profound impact it is having on these girls’ lives and teaching them about financial education and social media and life skills. It is giving them incredible confidence.”
Also in attendance were Robert Downey Jr. and Jennifer Garner, who brought her three kids to see the movie. In it, McConaughey portrays a koala named Buster Moon, who is desperate to keep his family-owned theater running; Withersoon, meanwhile, stars as a busy mom and pig named Rosita who spends her days caring for her litter of 25 piglet children — all while hiding her secret dream of being a singer.
Sing hits theaters Dec. 21.
The Sing cast talk to E! News about their music favourites: