Reese’s 1996 classic Fear was released 25 years ago this month! To mark this, Entertainment Tonight shared a new-old video interview with Mark Wahlberg on the set of the movie – although there’s no footage of Reese, it’s interesting to hear him talk about the movie:
‘Fear’ turns 25! Mark Wahlberg chatted with ET about playing a villain in ‘Fear,’ and reacted to his status as a sex symbol in this 1996 interview. The rapper turned underwear model turned actor took audiences on a roller coaster of mayhem, and Wahlberg described his character as a ‘grown-up Chucky.’ He joked that his natural talent for acting comes from being ‘a born liar,’ but admitted the role was a challenge because he enjoyed working with his co-stars, which included Reese Witherspoon and ‘CSI’s William Peterson. While he was most well-known for his Calvin Klein commercials, and being the titular frontman of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, Wahlberg said he wasn’t concerned that his image might hold him back in Hollywood. In a reference to the movie’s ending, Wahlberg joked that ‘If you like me, you’ll like the movie. If you don’t like me, you’ll like the movie.’
Reese Witherspoon invites Reese’s Book Club pick “Group” author Christie Tate to talk about the importance of therapy. Listen to their honest discussion about letting yourself open up in order to fully realize your voice.
Amyris Brand Biossance® partners With Reese Witherspoon To Accelerate Clean Beauty Movement
Amyris, Inc., (Nasdaq: AMRS) a leading synthetic biotechnology company active in the Clean Health and Beauty markets through its consumer brands, and a top supplier of sustainable and natural ingredients, today [April 7th] announced a 5-year partnership with Reese Witherspoon as global brand ambassador for Biossance®, one of the fastest growing clean and sustainable skincare brands in the world.
Together, Reese and Biossance will partner to shape the future of clean beauty, leveraging her global leadership in the entertainment industry, and passion for education, with Biossance’s unparalleled expertise in skincare efficacy, and clean beauty science.
Reese, the Biossance brand team and its industry-leading scientists will create content that is engaging and educational, empowering today’s beauty community to become savvier, more health-conscious consumers. She will also develop curated and limited-edition items featuring her favorite Biossance products.
“I have always been conscious of what’s being put on my skin, but after all the time I’ve spent on-sets throughout my career, I’ve learned so much,” Reese Witherspoon explains. “As my knowledge has grown so has my desire to use clean and consciously created products. I not only fell in love with Biossance’s products, especially their Rose Oil, but also their innovative, female-led team and their mission towards a sustainable future. My skin has never felt healthier and I’m proud to work with such a strong industry leader in sustainability and care for our planet.”
A couple of weeks ago AppleTV+ previewed their upcoming original TV shows and films, that are set to premiere on their platform this year. Included in the preview is the first look at shots from The Morning Show season 2! There’s no word on a premiere date yet.
Reese appeared on Good Morning America this morning. It was billed as her having a “big announcement”, but it was nothing completely new – she spoke about her new Book Club app, as well as her dogs, how she’s managing quarantine, and working on Legally Blonde 3 with Mindy Kaling. Watch the interview below:
Golden Globe-winning actress Reese Witherspoon sat down to talk to HFPA journalist Margaret Gardiner about her decades in Hollywood, from her start in films like Cruel Intentions, Election, and Legally Blonde, to turning points in her career like Wild and Walk the Line, to her recent forays in television with The Morning Show and Big Little Lies, to her outside work like her use of fashion and her ongoing monthly book club that highlights and celebrates great and noteworthy works, and more.
Reese joined Sean Hayes, Jason Bateman & Will Arnett for the October 26th episode of their podcast ‘Smartless’ earlier this week. They talked about their experiences and process on set as actors/directors/producers, Reese’s childhood, her book club and the changing nature of media, Kamala Harris, Reese’s political aspirations, parenting/mental health during the global pandemic, and her retirement plan. It’s a good interview – listen below:
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