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March 8, 2007   •  Posted by Riikka   •  Category: Role RumorsComments Off on Reese Drops out of Bunny Lake

Variety reports that five weeks before production was scheduled to begin on the Spyglass-financed remake of Bunny Lake Is Missing, Reese Witherspoon abruptly dropped out of the film, much to the chagrin of director Joe Carnahan.

Beyond the late notice, the exit is surprising because Witherspoon and Type A Films partner Jennifer Simpson were aboard to produce with Mark Gordon.

Spyglass is scrambling to find an actress to replace Witherspoon, but chances are the start date will have to be pushed.

The Columbia Pictures release has been in the works for three years. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright, the movie is based on the 1965 Otto Preminger film about a woman who reports that her daughter Bunny Lake is missing — only to be confronted by charges that she never existed.

March 8, 2007   •  Posted by Mycah   •  Category: Gallery Updates, Public AppearancesComments Off on P.S. Arts Bag Luncheon

On March 6, Reese attended the P. S. Arts Bag Lunch. She was photographed with Zooey Deschanel. L.A. socialite Colleen Bell, hosted the fourth annual event at her Bel-Air home with Elizabeth Stewart from The New York Times and C Magazine’s George Kotsiopoulos.

With 100 percent of the proceeds going to arts education for California’s public schools, attendees Reese Witherspoon, Zooey Deschanel, and Kristin Davis could feel good about spending big. After raising $180,000, everyone grabbed a “brown-bag lunch” filled with a Cobb salad or a gourmet sandwich and headed to the garden, where, Bell notes, “lots of sangria with fresh fruit” was served.

March 8, 2007   •  Posted by Riikka   •  Category: Forum News, Gallery UpdatesComments Off on Scans and Event Images

First of all, the forum is back after a quick server change. Be sure to head over there to talk about the latest Reese news, including her dropping out from Bunny Lake.

I have updated the gallery today with scans from People’s Style Watch – March 2007 (thanks to our very own Walktheline80) and People – March 12, 2007 (thanks to Sammie), which features a great article on the making of Reese’s Nina Ricci Oscar gown. I’ve also uploaded some great HQs from various public appearances from throughout the years. Log in and view all of them here.

Last but not least, be sure to visit our Site of the Month, Filip’s lovely Salma Hayek Web!

May 12, 2006   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: CharityComments Off on Garner & Witherspoon: In Their Own Words

In accepting an invitation to tour the still-devastated areas of New Orleans, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner and about 30 other Hollywood women – actors, directors, musicians, activists and philanthropists – received a heartbreaking first-hand look at the ongoing struggles in the area, more than seven months after Hurricane Katrina hit. The recent trip, sponsored by the Children’s Defense Fund and organized by founder Marion Wright Edelman, focused on the ravaged Lower Ninth Ward, the New Freedom School and a makeshift hospital. Here are some of their accounts.

Jennifer Garner
The night before the trip, Garner rocked 5-month-old Violet to sleep before leaving her with husband Ben Affleck. It was her first time away from her first child.

“I didn’t want to leave her, but I thought to myself, ‘People in New Orleans love their children as much as I love mine and I might be able to help there,’ ‘ she says “I’m talking to my husband all day long to see how our baby is. Our children are brought into privilege, but you know that this kind of catastrophe could happen anywhere.”

Garner, 32, listened as single dad Douglass Chambers spoke at the New Freedom School about how his son, Douglass junior, 11, was falling behind in his studies since the storm. “He told about going from teacher to teacher and to counselors,” she says. “He was not going to leave any stone unturned to help his child.”