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Who needs more Reese today? If you do, I have something for you! I’ve added over 250 screencaps from Reese’s recent appearance on Good Morning America to promote Water For Elephants. She looked gorgeous, and was her usual funny, animated self … which lends to great screencaps
Caps from Regis & Kelly, Conan & Ellen coming up next (as well as the WFE Barcelona pics, plus the missing NYC pics … lots to look forward to here!)…
Reese and co attended the Barcelona premiere of Water For Elephants tonight, and photos are just starting to turn up online! I’ve added the first few HQs to our Gallery, and needless to say more will follow in the coming days. Reese looks chic and sexy in a little black dress with her blonde hair left naturally down.
Check back tomorrow for more photos and videos, plus pics from the Barcelona press conference that is due to be held in the morning.
For today’s Water For Elephants update, I’ve added some new stills from the movie, and replaced some of those we already had with HQ/better quality versions. There’s some gorgeous photos in there – I love Reese’s costumes!
- Movies > Water For Elephants > Stills
On Friday, Reese and co attended a press conference for Water For Elephants in Paris. A few photos from this have popped up online, although sadly not many, and no HQ ones yet. Le Monde De Francesca posted a couple, and I’ve added them to our Gallery. You can also read a bit about the press conference at that link. Scroll on down this post for some great videos from the event.
I have a big magazine scan and photoshoot update for you today! To start with – and best of all – are exclusive scans from the recent People magazine that covered Reese’s wedding! We can see 2 gorgeous photos from the wedding and lots of “insider info” about the ceremony. Big thanks to my friend Ali for these scans. Ali has also sent us scans from a small feature on Reese in the May issue of In Style.
As for other scans, a big thank you goes to Mirik for tons of scans from recent international magazines, including French Premiere and Total Film UK, both of which have a couple of new Water For Elephants photo of Reese.
Onto the photoshoots, and I’ve added some gorgeous HQ photos from the recent Entertainment Weekly Water For Elephants photoshoot, plus another new shoot of Reese taken for the LA Times.
Reese, Christoph Waltz and Robert Pattinson appeared on the French TV show ‘Le Grand Journal’ today. You can watch the videos (I think there are 2 parts) HERE or click the screencap below, as I don’t seem to be able to embed them! Screencaps will be added asap.
ABCNews.com have posted a great new interview with Reese, including a short out-take in which she breaks into song! Unfortunately they have disabled embedding, so just click the links below to watch the videos:
Where does Robert Pattinson begin and Edward Cullen end? At this point in the young “Twilight” thesp’s career it’s tough to separate the heartthrob actor from the heartthrob bloodsucker, but he’s currently making his second attempt at changing all that – after one false start with the disappointing “Remember Me” – with “Water for Elephants”, the upcoming adaptation of Sara Gruen’s bestselling historical novel. In the film, Pattinson plays Jacob Jankowski, a circus veterinarian who gets involved in a messy love triangle with equestrian beauty Marlena (Reese Witherspoon) and her ruthless animal-trainer husband August (“Inglourious Basterds’” charming Christoph Waltz).
Given the talent pedigree of the film, which was directed by “I Am Legend” helmer Francis Lawrence, it would seem a smart choice for Pattinson to take on the more “adult” role opposite Witherspoon and Waltz, though the actor certainly wasn’t about to admit to that kind of career calculation to a room full of image-burnishing journalists (he needs to stay “relatable”, after all). He’d rather have us believe he accepted the part merely for the opportunity to work with “Tai” (in the film she’s named ”Rosie”), the trained elephant who in the film is purchased by August to help boost his traveling show’s anemic ticket sales.
“I basically decided to do the movie at that point”, said the elegantly-rumpled Pattinson of first meeting the pachyderm, who’d earlier been on display outside the swanky Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica where the press conference was being held. “I hadn’t read the script or anything!”
Luckily he wasn’t on the panel for Pattinson to unintentionally offend screenwriter Richard LaGravenese – only Lawrence, Waltz, and Witherspoon, the latter speaking in that slight Tennessee drawl as she described her own first encounter with the enormous animal.