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Over 180 more photos from the London premiere of This Means War have just been added to our Gallery. There are some great shots of Reese signing for fans, posing amid a flurry of flashbulbs for photographers, and posing with her co-stars inside – so enjoy browsing! The more I see of this dress on Reese the more I love it – it’s gorgeous!
I’ll be adding lots more photos from the LA premiere asap in the coming week too, as well as doing my best to keep up with screencaps & videos from all of the TV appearances Reese has lined up!
The March issue of Empire magazine has a feature on This Means War, with a very funny interview and a nice full page promotional photo. I found some scans on this tumblr, and have added them to our Gallery.
I’ve also added another picture from the cast promotional photoshoot for the film!
Ready for another big This Means War update? Today I have made and added screencaptures from all the clips and TV spots for the film that feature Reese, including the 9 minute extended preview. Some of the tv spots contain additional footage that we haven’t seen anywhere else, so don’t miss the screencaps of them. My favourite clips are the paintball date and camaro date ones – both funny, and show Tom and Reese let loose in their respective clips! I also love the hilarious scene with Reese dancing in the extended clip.
What are your favourite This Means War clips/scenes that we’ve seen so far?
I’ve made and uploaded screencaps from the most recent promotional interviews we’ve had, most of which are various segments from entertainment news sites ET, Extra, etc. Browse back through our Video News & Updates Archive to see the videos themselves.
I’ll be adding screencaps from the This Means War clips, plus adding more photos from both the LA and London premieres of the movie this weekend, all being well!
Reese walked the red carpet at the LA premiere for This Means War last night, alongside her 3 co-stars and director McG. Reese showed off her sexy side in a black mini dress with an embellished and very low cut bodice! She paired this Miu Miu dress with Christian Louboutin Pigalle shoes, and a slight wave in her loose blonde hair. Reese looks amazing! What do you think of this look on her? Give us your fashion opinion in the comments section of this post.
So, I’ve added over 130 HQ photos from the premiere to our Gallery for your viewing pleasure. And further down this post are lots of videos with footage and interviews from the red carpet, plus a couple of articles with some quotes from Reese’s chats with reporters there.
Jump on in and enjoy, and check back tomorrow/the next few days for more pics from this premiere.
Before I start on the mass of photos from last night’s This Means War LA premiere, I have a smaller but still pretty awesome update for you – I’ve added an additional 20 HQ photos from the recent This Means War press conference. See more great shots of Reese looking animated while chatting to the media about her movie.
I will be starting to add pics from last night’s premiere in just a second, so keep checking the Gallery if you’re online this minute
Reese attended the press conference for This Means War last Saturday, and pictures have now surfaced online. I’ve added 14 HQ photos from the conference, and you can see that Reese is looking as adorable as always, and sporting some of her trademark funny expressions!
With all the rumours about Justin Bieber wanting to star as Reese in a re-make of Fear, I thought it was an opportune time to dig out my DVD and re-add screencaptures from it to our Gallery! So, I’ve now made and uploaded over 1,000 screencaps from the film itself, plus caps from the Menu’s & Trailer. Unfortunately my DVD doesn’t have any other special features/extras.
Reese plays Nicole Walker in this dark and chilling tale of teenage ‘love’ and obsession. It’s one of my favourite early Reese movies, and definitely one of the seminal points in her career. I loved her edgy, mid-90′s era. Despite having seen it a couple of times, I still find myself thinking ‘Don’t do it Nicole’ several times throughout the movie! And then of course there’s the infamous rollercoaster scene. It’s a tense thriller.