It’s the Oscars this coming Sunday, and to celebrate we’ve got some fabulous Oscar photos updates for you this week! To start with, we have 18 additional photos from the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscars party – the year Reese was nominated for Best Actress for Wild. She’s pictured chatting with actor Robert Duvall, and greeting the year’s Best Actress winner Julianne Moore – Reese looks particularly keen to show off her burger!
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We’re almost there with completing the Films section of our Gallery, and this weekend the Hot Pursuit category has been updated. Over 1,800 photos have been added, including high quality stills, posters, behind the scenes photos, and screencaptures from numerous featurettes and interviews. There are lots of fantastic photos! This is definitely not one of Reese’s best movies, but she’s her usual watchable and funny self in it. She is very endearing in some of the promotional interviews though, and you can watch the best of them below.
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Following the Winter TCA HBO Panel, Reese attended the MusiCares Person Of The Year Gala on Friday night. This year, Reese’s idol Dolly Parton was honoured, and Reese looked thrilled to be there! The annual benefit gala raises funds for MusicCares, a charity that supports musicians in times of need. Reese wore a black embellished dress by Monique Lhuillier to celebrate the night. Find lots of high quality photos in our Gallery:
On Friday, Reese and her Big Little Lies co-stars and writer David E. Kelley attended the Winter TCA Press Tour HBO Panel, to preview the upcoming 2nd season of their show. They talked about what we can expect from the new season, including that there will no longer be the ‘Greek chorus’ of characters commentating on events, that the tone is more dramatic, and that the focus is on dealing with the ‘trauma’ of what happened at the end of season 1. David E. Kelley commented that there is “no such plan” for a season 3. We’ve compiled a whole batch of tweets from the panel which you can read below, along with a couple of articles. Reese wore a simple but elegant blue dress by Michael Kors for the event. Find lots of high quality photos in our Gallery!
As we work our way through the Films section of the Gallery to ensure it is as complete as possible, today we get to Inherent Vice. This section was mostly done, so we’ve just added a few additional international posters – I love the artwork for this film, it’s so striking and original! Reese only had a tiny part in this film but she was of course memorable. This was a completely different film than anything Reese has done before – I loved seeing her work with such a unique director and fabulous cast, and I hope she does more like this in the future.
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BIG LITTLE LIES, Starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Zoë Kravitz and Meryl Streep Returns for its Second Season in June, Exclusively on HBO; Adam Scott, James Tupper and Jeffrey Nordling Co-Star; Andrea Arnold Directs All Seven Episodes of Drama Series; Created by David E. Kelley; Teleplay by David E. Kelley and Story by Kelley and Liane Moriarty; Based on the Best-Selling Novel by Liane Moriarty
On the surface, in the tranquil seaside town of Monterey, California, everything seems the same. The mothers continue to dote, the husbands support, the children remain adorable and the houses are just as beautiful. But the night of the school fundraiser changed all that, leaving the community reeling as the “Monterey Five” — Madeline, Celeste, Jane, Renata and Bonnie — bond together to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives.
Created by David E. Kelley, teleplays by David E. Kelley and story by Kelley and Liane Moriarty, and based on the novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author Liane Moriarty, BIG LITTLE LIES returns for its seven-episode second season in June, exclusively on HBO. The new season explores the malignancy of lies, the durability of friendships, the fragility of marriage and, of course, the vicious ferocity of sound parenting. Relationships will fray, loyalties will erode…and the potential for emotional and bodily injury shall loom.
With all seven episodes directed and executive produced by Andrea Arnold (“Red Road,” “Fish Tank,” “Wuthering Heights,” “American Honey”; Oscar® winner for “Wasp”), BIG LITTLE LIES features teleplays by David E. Kelley (“Goliath,” “Mr. Mercedes”; 11-time Emmy® winner for “Picket Fences,” “LA Law,” “The Practice,“ “Ally McBeal” and “Big Little Lies”).
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We’re working towards completing the Films section of our Gallery and today is a big one! We’ve added over 1,300 additional photos from Wild – this includes stills, set photos, and HD screencaptures from trailers and featurettes. There are some particularly beautiful very high quality, close-up posters. Reese gives such a heartfelt and moving performance in this incredible film – we just can’t tell you enough how much we love it! Further down this post are a few of the video featurettes. Enjoy all the updates, and we’ll be completing the last few Movies sections very shortly…
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Universal Joins Reese Witherspoon, J.J. Abrams, Jordan Peele in Committing to Hiring Female Directors
Universal Pictures’ Peter Cramer, Focus Features’ Peter Kujawski and DreamWorks Animation’s Margie Cohn have committed to hiring at least one female director in the next 18 months as part of the 4% Challenge.
The development was announced Tuesday and comes in the wake of Time’s Up and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative launching the challenge on Jan. 25 at the Sundance Film Festival. The organization said on Monday that more than 50 high-profile Hollywood producers — including Reese Witherspoon, J.J. Abrams, and Jordan Peele — have committed to the 4% Challenge.
The initiative is part of the Timesupx2 campaign to double the number of women in leadership positions.
The name is derived from women having directed only 4% of the country’s top grossing movies over the past decade. Nina Jacobson, Paul Feig, Amy Schumer, Angela Robinson, and Franklin Leonard committed to the promise during a panel discussion on Friday, and Tessa Thompson inaugurated the challenge during a keynote address. Regina King was the first to pledge to taking the 4% Challenge during her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, vowing to employ at least 50% women on everything she produces.
Lena Waithe, Rashida Jones, Olivia Wilde, Armie Hammer, Kumail Nanjiani, Josh Gad, Amy Pascal, Bryce Dallas Howard, Brie Larson, Eva Longoria, Rachel Brosnahan, Constance Wu, Janet Mock, Brad Simpson and Kerry Washington are among the notable producers on board.
The Sundance Film Festival recently reported that 31% of feature-length submissions this year had at least one woman director, as did 35% of episodic and shorts content. Of feature films and episodic content accepted in 2019, 41% had a woman director while 52% of shorts did.