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Archive for December, 2008
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December 16, 2008 • Category: Role Rumors
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Director James L. Brooks (Spanglish) is set to team with Reese Witherspoon on an untitled comedy for Columbia Pictures, says Variety, confirming an earlier report by Collider.
The trade adds that Brooks has been holed up writing the screenplay for the film, which is described as an ensemble project that boasts at least three major characters — a hallmark of such Brooks films as Broadcast News and Terms of Endearment.
Witherspoon is the only lead to sign on so far.
The plot of the film, which has the working title How Do You Know?, is being kept under wraps. The studio is eyeing a March start date.
Source: Coming Soon
December 8, 2008 • Category: "Four Christmases"
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Four Christmases remained in the top spot with an estimated $18.2 million, a drop in sales of just 41.5% from last weekend. The holiday comedy, starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, has earned an impressive $70.8 million in two weeks and cost about $80 million to make.
1. Four Christmases, $18,180,000.
2. Twilight, $13,197,000.
3. Bolt, $9,696,000.
4. Australia, $7,000,000.
5. Quantum of Solace, $6,600,000.
Source: Coming Soon
Yesterday in Beverly Hills, California Reese took part in the 18th Annual “Beat The Odds” Awards. Reese has been an on going supporter for the last five years. For more information about the cause and her part in it, read here.
Reese wore a sleek black pants suits, one of her trademark looks. I have added 114 photos from the arrivals and 15 from the show itself.
– Public Events: Children’s Defense Fund 18th Annual “Beat the Odds” Awards – Arrivals
– Public Events: Children’s Defense Fund 18th Annual “Beat the Odds” Awards – Show
December 1, 2008 • Category: "Four Christmases"
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Thanksgiving weekend movie crowds gobbled up the Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn holiday comedy Four Christmases, which debuted at No. 1 with $31.7 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
The Warner Bros. release, featuring Witherspoon and Vaughn as a couple suffering through four separate family holiday gatherings, raised its total to $46.7 million since opening Wednesday to get a head start on the long weekend .
In terms of revenue, it was Hollywood’s second-biggest Thanksgiving period ever. The top 12 movies took in $223.7 million from Wednesday to Sunday, trailing only the $232.2 million haul over Thanksgiving in 2000.
1. Four Christmases, $46,710,000.
2. Twilight, $39,522,380.
3. Bolt, $36,008,682.
4. Quantum of Solace, $28,125,399.
5. Australia, $20,000,000.
Sources: ComingSoon.net & Yahoo!
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