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Locking lips with leading men like Chris Pine and Tom Hardy is just a typical day at the office for Reese Witherspoon.
Access Hollywood caught up with the “This Means War” star on Friday and got the dirt on which of her handsome co-stars is a better kisser.
“I would say [who], but then someone would cry,” Reese told Access at the “This Means War” junket in Los Angeles on Friday, while sitting between Chris and Tom. “Then the other person would be like, just proud and rude.”
After a bit of coercing, Reese finally chose the “Star Trek” hunk as the winner of the lip-lock battle.
“OK… Chris,” the 35-year-old said.
“Aww, man!” Chris said with a laugh. Thanks! “
“I can vouch for that!” Tom — who will next be seen on the big screen as super villain Bane in “The Dark Knight Rises” — jokingly added.
Catch Reese, Chris and Tom – along with Chelsea Handler – when “This Means War” hit theaters on Valentine’s Day.
Reese appeared on the Graham Norton Show just over an hour ago, and it was a brilliant interview! Reese was, if possible, more hilarious and quick witted than usual. I’m hoping to be able to post at least screencaptures from the full interview for you this weekend, and if we’re lucky a video. For now, though, here are some clips posted by the BBC on YouTube:
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy form a hilariously dangerous love triangle in their new action-comedy This Means War, and they’re sharing some laughs about their new spy vs. spy movie with ET special guest correspondent Katherine Schwarzenegger.
So, who is the better kisser? “Obviously I am,” brags Tom. “I just answered that, and we’ll move on to the next [question]. There’s no argument.”
“Yeah, let’s get on with it, I don’t want to fight it,” smiles Chris.
As for prepping for those kissing scenes, Tom advises, “Altoids. You gotta have an Altoid. That’s the standard form, yeah.”
“I thought it was tuna sandwiches,” replies Reese.
“That’s like an immediate pre-game [strategy],” jests Chris. “Egg salad, onions.”
In theaters Valentine’s Day, This Means War finds dangerous CIA operatives Chris and Tom, inseparable partners and best friends, falling independently for Reese. But when they discover that they’re vying for the affections of same girl, all bets are off – and may the best man win!
Reese’s new UK Glamour magazine cover hits newsstands today, and to promote the occassion, some photos and quotes from the spread have been posted online! Below are the quotes released, and you can find the photos in our Gallery – Reese looks absolutely beautiful!
“Once I turned 35 I felt so much better but the anticipation leading up to it was miserable. It was less, ‘How do I look?’ and more, ‘What do I want to accomplish in life? Is this the career I love? Is this the legacy I want to leave for my kids?’”
“A lot of women who go through different things – like going through a divorce or whatever – talk to me and I always say, ‘You’re going to get through this. I know that sounds simple, but you really are. You’re going to be a different person, but you’ll be a better person.’ You have to look at all sides of everything – really look at your own behaviour. And be clear about the sort of person you want to be. And write it all down. I wish I’d written down more. All these life experiences. The good and the bad – all those feelings,”
“I’m not for it. I’m not against it. I have plenty of friends who do stuff and if it makes you feel good, great. But I don’t think it’s the fix for some sort of unease that you’re having about who you are as a human being. I don’t think I need plastic surgery at this point. Can we just go day-by-day on that one?”
The mother-of-two revealed she works out for an hour five days a week, doing yoga, spinning or running and admitted she has adjusted her diet to keep in shape.
Reese said: “”I don’t worry about it. I have the body I earned. I had two kids and I’m still strong and healthy.
“And you start to have a different respect for your body the older you get. Instead of tearing yourself apart all the time, you start to go ‘Oh wow’.”
“I have this fixation about this black leather The Row purse, but it’s so prohibitively expensive, I will not allow myself to buy it. I literally go to the store to visit it. Too much money – it feels decadent. I can’t wrap my brain around it. If I bought it, I’d only feel upset about it and take it back.”
Check out this super rare treat of Reese talking to MTV way back in 1991 – that’s 21 years ago! I can’t believe Reese has been working in Hollywood for that long, can you?
Unfortunately those outside the US can’t view the video (thanks, MTV), but hopefully there will be some other way for us to get it, and if so I will of course post here.
Reese Witherspoon is slated to sit down with MTV News on Tuesday for an exclusive interview and premiere of a previously unseen clip from her upcoming film “This Means War.” The special, “MTV First: Reese Witherspoon,” will air on Tuesday at 7:56 p.m. ET on MTV.
But before we look to the future, we are going to take a peep at her past. MTV News has uncovered a precious vintage gem, a 1991 interview with the then up-and-comer. “Ever since I was 7,” the already precocious and sassy rookie told MTV News when asked whether she had always had her sights set on a career in Hollywood. “I just thought, I always wanted to do something really outgoing ’cause when I was little I was really kind of quiet, but you know, I’d always be really creative at home and stuff, and finally I started, you know, speaking out and doing little things to impress everybody.”
She further explained that once she had decided that acting was something she wanted to do, she took the necessary steps to make sure she’d be ready for fame and stardom. “I started taking little acting classes and improv classes and, you know, [that] turned out to be what I was going to do,” she said. “I was always going to do something really out there, really far away. Does that make any sense? No, not really.”
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.