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July 1, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Pacific Standard, Role Rumors0 Comments

Abi Morgan To Adapt ‘Ashley’s War’ For Fox 2000 And Reese Witherspoon

Fox 2000 has set Abi Morgan to adapt the Gayle Tzemach Lemmon book Ashley’s War: The Untold Story Of A Team of Women Soldiers On The Special Ops Battlefield. The studio, led by Elizabeth Gabler, won an auction in March at a time when several military-themed books were selling after the outsized grosses of American Sniper. Pacific Standard’s Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea are producing with Natalie Krinsky, and the expectation is that Witherspoon will play a major role. Book tells the story of the creation by the U.S. Army Special Operations Command of a pilot program that allowed elite women soldiers on the battlefield with Green Berets and Army Rangers in Afghanistan in 2010. The unit, CST-2, brought together a hand-picked group of women from the Army, and that included 1st Lt. Ashley White, who would become the first CST member killed in action.

Morgan is best known for scripting the Steve McQueen-directed Shame, and the Meryl Streep-as-Maggie Thatcher drama The Iron Lady. She followed with the Sarah Gavron-directed Suffragette, which stars Streep, Helena Bonham Carter, Carey Mulligan and Brendan Gleeson, with Focus releasing the film on October 23. She co-wrote the Suzanne Bier-directed Rules Of Inheritance, is adapting Shakespeare’s Taming Of The Shrew and is working on the feature version of Little House On The Prairie for producer Scott Rudin and Sony.

Morgan is repped by CAA and Independent Talent Group.

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June 26, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Pacific Standard, Role Rumors0 Comments

Reese Witherspoon Developing ‘Napkin Notes’ Memoir for the Screen

Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea’s Pacific Standard banner is developing a film adaptation for New Line of Garth Callaghan’s memoir “Napkin Notes: Make Lunch Meaningful, Life Will Follow.”

Witherspoon and Papandrea will produce “Napkin Notes,” which New Line optioned last September. Mike Binder, whose credits include “Black or White,” “Reign Over Me” and “The Upside of Anger,” has come on to adapt the script. Toby Emmerich, Andrea Johnston and Richard Brener are overseeing for New Line.

Callaghan’s book, published by HarperCollins, details how he began writing short inspirational notes on napkins to put in his daughter Emma’s lunchbox daily to connect with his daughter. The practice took on far more significance after Callaghan was diagnosed first with kidney cancer and subsequently received four other cancer diagnoses.

“Napkin Notes” is Pacific Standard’s ninth development project. Witherspoon and Papandea formed Pacific Standard in 2012 in order to remedy the absence of movies with female protagonists. They have since produced “Wild,” “Gone Girl” and “Hot Pursuit.”

The banner has been developing Jessica Knoll’s “Luckiest Girl Alive” at Lionsgate, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon’s “Ashley’s War” at Fox 2000, S.J. Watson’s thriller novel “Second Life” at Warner Bros. and Maureen Sherry Klinsky’s upcoming novel “Opening Belle” with an eye to Witherspoon starring in the Wall Street comedy. Pacfiic Standard is also developing an adaptation of the novel “Big Little Lies,” “The Engagements,” “Pennyroyal’s Princess Boot Camp” and “The Outliers.”

Witherspoon is repped by CAA and Rick Yorn at LBI Entertainment. CAA, which packaged the deal, represents Pacific Standard and Callaghan.

News about “Napkin Notes” was first reported by the Tracking Board.

Variety



June 24, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", Gallery Updates, Public Appearances, Video Updates0 Comments

Reese has been promoting Hot Pursuit in Mexico this week, along with her co-star Sofia Vergara. On Monday they attended a premiere for the film, with Reese wearing a red Yves Saint Laurent dress, and the day after a photocall for the film was held, with Reese opting for a cream Thierry Mugler Resort dress with Louboutin heels and jewelry by Jennifer Fisher.

Photos from both events can be found in our Gallery. Check out Reese’s pics from her travels at her Instagram page. And further down this post are video interviews and footage from the events.







June 24, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", Video Updates0 Comments

Here are some South American trailers for Hot Pursuit:





And Reese and Sofia alert fans to the upcoming release of their movie in Mexico:





June 19, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", "Wild", Draper James, Films & Projects, Gallery Updates0 Comments

Scans from Reese’s recent cover for In Style US have now been added to our Gallery. In the magazine she discusses her Southern roots, fame, female influences and role models, Draper James, and her recent film roles.





June 17, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Media Alerts0 Comments

Reese can be seen on the cover of the July issue of In Style Russia now! Preview the cover below, and I’ll be on the lookout for scans (get in touch if you can help with this!)…




June 17, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", "Wild", Gallery Updates0 Comments

Over the past week or so I’ve been updating the Gallery with scans of magazines Reese has featured in this year. There’s lots on Wild from the awards season, some recent coverage on Hot Pursuit, and covers including W, Vanity Fair and Glamour Latin America. Also included in this batch are scans from Reese’s most recent cover for Marie Claire Australia, which although is a reprint from Glamour US, is still very pretty! Lots more scans to come….

Magazine Scans from 2015





June 10, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Hot Pursuit", "Wild", Awards & Nominations0 Comments

The Teen Choice Awards nominees have recently been announced, and Reese has scored two nominations – one each for Wild and Hot Pursuit. See the full list of nominees here. You can vote online from later today at www.teenchoice.com/

The Teen Choice Awards will air on August 16th.

Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Blake Lively – The Age of Adaline
Britt Robertson – The Longest Ride
Felicity Jones – True Story/The Theory of Everything
Reese Witherspoon – Wild
Kristen Stewart – Still Alice
Chloe Grace Moretz – If I Stay

Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
Anna Kendrick – Pitch Perfect 2
Emma Stone – Aloha
Mae Whitman- The Duff
Raini Rodriguez – Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
Rebel Wilson – Pitch Perfect 2
Reese Witherspoon – Hot Pursuit



June 10, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Pacific Standard, Role Rumors0 Comments

Reese Witherspoon Bullish On Wall Street Comedy ‘Opening Belle’

Reese Witherspoon is developing a big-screen take on the upcoming novel Opening Belle, which also could be her next starring vehicle. She and her Pacific Standard partner Bruna Papandrea are set to produce the story about a mother of three trying to balance home life with her Wall Street career during the year before the financial meltdown. Maureen Sherry Kinsky’s book, due out this year from Simon & Schuster, is based loosely on her experiences as a managing director at Bear Stearns.

Witherspoon is coming off a Best Actress Oscar nomination for 2014’s Wild — and a critical and commercial stumble with last month’s Hot Pursuit, in which she starred with Sofia Vergara. Pacific Standard also produced that film, along with Wild and last year’s David Fincher-Ben Affleck thriller Gone Girl. The company also is producing Big Little Lies, an HBO limited series in which Witherspoon stars with fellow Oscar winner Nicole Kidman. The actress-producer is repped by CAA, LBI Entertainment, and Hansen Jacobson.

The Opening Belle story was reported first by the Tracking Board.

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June 8, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Media Alerts0 Comments

Reese is on the cover of the new July issue of Australian Marie Claire magazine – on newsstands now.

If anyone can provide us with scans from this issue then please get in touch :)

Today's the day! Our July issue – starring @reesewitherspoon – is on sale now. #ReeseWitherspoon #marieclaireau #marieclaireloves

A photo posted by Marie Claire Australia (@marieclaireau) on




June 7, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: Films & Projects, Public Appearances, Video Updates0 Comments

While hosting a Walmart shareholders meeting in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Friday, Reese Witherspoon taught one Walmart employee a little trick she picked up from her role in “Legally Blonde.” It’s called the Bend and Snap, and in case you didn’t know, it has a 98 percent success rate in getting a man’s attention and an 83 percent rate of return on a dinner invitation.

Huffington Post




June 2, 2015   •  Posted by Jess   •  Category: "Wild", Pacific Standard, Producing, Role Rumors0 Comments

Here’s an interesting interview with Reese’s Pacific Standard partner Bruna Papandrea; Bruna talks about the work she and Reese and are doing, including some of their upcoming projects. Below are the parts that specifically mention Reese/Pacific Standard, click the link at the bottom to read the full article.

Why Australian producer Bruna Papandrea is one of the most powerful women in Hollywood

BRUNA Papandrea is waiting patiently for me in the bar of a slick Sydney hotel.

Hotel guests and staff walk straight past her without batting an eyelid – they’re more interested in the C-list celebrity loitering in the lobby.

But the star-spotters have it all wrong – it’s Papandrea they should be excited about catching a glimpse of.

She might not be a household name, but the 43-year-old Aussie is one of the most powerful women in Hollywood.

Along with business partner Reese Witherspoon, Papandrea owns production company Pacific Standard, and is behind two of the biggest movies of the past eight months: Gone Girl and Wild.

Pacific Standard’s special remit is to create more roles for women in film on both sides of the camera.

“I have a lot of friends who are actresses,” explains Papandrea of their decision to start the company and focus on creating roles for women.

“I’ve read scripts for them for many years and have always been heartbroken at the type of role they were being offered – just girlfriends or wives.

“They weren’t complex women, not like [the male roles], who are at the centre of movies.”

When Witherspoon sat next to Papandrea at a dinner party and mentioned she was no longer being offered any interesting parts, Papandrea was shocked.

“It was astounding to me. If these roles weren’t being developed for big movie stars, then who were they being offered to? Who was developing them? I thought [in order to make interesting films about women] we also need more female directors, writers, technicians and cinematographers.”