It seems that Uggie the dog can add writing to his list of many talents, as he is releasing a book about his Hollywood life, entitled ‘Uggie – My Story’. In it, he dishes about working with Miss Reese on Water For Elephants, and recalls his experiences with RPattz on the same film 😉
Reese Witherspoon: His Water for Elephants co-star loomed large from their first day on set.
“I adored her. On or off screen, the atmosphere between us was electrically charged,” writes Uggie. “Recently divorced and with two small children, Miss W was surely in need of a new leading man in her life?”
Robert Pattinson: Uggie confesses that his Water for Elephants co-star “broke into giggles” over the dog’s loud snoring. There was clearly some on-set jealousy.
“I never really got what the fuss was over Mr. P by the way (or RPattz, as his fans call him),” Uggie writes. “On any given day there’d be hordes of young female humans screaming for him at the studio gates, but the supposedly smoldering biped couldn’t even skateboard as well as me.” Meow!
Here is another big & fabulous gallery update for you! I’ve added exactly 360 photos from Reese’s appearances in 2001. This is one of my favourite years of Reese, as she looks so pretty and happy, and she and Ryan were so cute together! My faourite outfits/looks were from the Golden Globes, Legally Blonde premiere, and Teen Choice Awards … what about yours? She also looked really cute at the Letterman studios.
Have fun browsing through all the very pretty photos (most are in HQ) …
Fox Buys Jill Soloway/Reese Witherspoon Working Mom Comedy
Reese Witherspoon is set to executive produce Wendy & Peter, a half-hour comedy written by Jill Soloway that has been sold to Fox. The project, from 20th Century Fox TV, centers on single working mom Wendy, who gets the hardest assignment of her life: as the right-hand woman and den mother to kid-genius tech billionaire Peter and the lost boys he calls family. United States Of Tara and Six Feet Under alumna Soloway executive produces with Pacific Standard’s Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea and Television 360′s Meghan Lyvers and Evelyn O’Neill.
Soloway, repped by UTA and Karl Austen, recently wrapped indie Afternoon Delight starring Kathryn Hahn, Josh Radnor, Michaela Watkins and Jane Lynch, which she wrote and helmed in her directorial debut. Soloway’s short film Una Hora Por Favor was featured at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Since its launch in March, Pacific Standard has acquired bestselling books Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and Wild by Cheryl Strayed and recently set up Mitch Larson’s fantasy book series Pennyroyal’s Princess Boot Camp at Summit/Lionsgate. Witherspoon is with CAA and Management 360. Television 360, the TV production arm of Management 360, is a producer on HBO’s Game Of Thrones and Bravo’s It’s A Brad, Brad World.
I’m on the final stretch of adding screencaptures from Reese’s films, and today we have caps from Jack The Bear, one of her first movies, from way back in 1993 (can you believe that’s almost 20 years ago?!). This was a bizarre movie – it wasn’t at all what I expected, and it felt like 10 different movies in one, it was just all over the place. Reese only had a few scenes, and was obviously good in them … even if she did look about 5+ years older than the boy she was supposed to be dating!! I did like seeing her on screen with Danny DeVito. Still, young Reese is always fun to watch, and this was one of the few Reese movies I had never seen.
Screencaptures from the film, the trailer and the DVD menu’s are in our Gallery for you.
Just got caps from Trumpet Of The Swan and one of my faves, Overnight Delivery, still to add – woop!
I’ve been working hard today to bring you a massive update of photos from Reese’s public appearances, and I’ve managed to get everything from 1991 to 2000 added – that’s over 700 photos! Most of the photos are in HQ, and there are a few rare sets in there that are exclusive to Glamour Reese. Those exclusives include some super cute photos of Reese promoting The Man In The Moon in Deauville and in an unknown place in 1991, and a shot of Reese with Bette Midler at a Ball in 1997. Big thanks goes to our former webmiss Riikka for those particular sets.
I loved going through these photos when adding them – I love edgy 90’s Reese, and it’s really interesting to see how she has matured and changed over the years. There are so many great photos of vintage Reese in here, so jump on in and enjoy! It’s a treat to browse …
Speaking of treats, if you love these photos, then be sure to check back soon in the next few days for even more super rare HQs!
Glamour Reese Witherspoon sends a huge and heartfelt congratulations to Reese, Jim, Ava & Deacon on this happy news!!
Reese Witherspoon is a mom for the third time.
The actress gave birth to a son, Tennessee James Toth, on Thursday, Sept. 27, her rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.
“Reese Witherspoon and husband Jim Toth welcomed Tennessee James into their family today,” the rep says. “Both mom and baby are healthy and the entire family is thrilled.”
The baby is Witherspoon’s first child with her husband, whom she married in March 2011. She is already mom to Ava, 13, and Deacon, 8½, from her prior marriage.
In March, a source told PEOPLE that the actress, 36, was eager to have another child. “Right after the wedding, Reese expressed a desire to have a baby with Jim,” said the source. “Reese has been very open with her kids about her plans to expand the family.”
Witherspoon, who initially kept her pregnancy under wraps, subsequently showed off her baby bump all around the world over the spring and summer — from appearances at the Cannes Film Festival to lunches and errands at home in Los Angeles. “Frankly, I’m feeling very round,” she told reporters in June.
Cheryl Strayed optioned the movie rights for her acclaimed memoir “Wild” to Reese Witherspoon’s production company and admits it will be strange to see her story as a film — with the Oscar winner portraying her on the big screen.
Strayed will serve as an associate producer and consultant on the film adaptation, which will be written and directed by Lisa Cholodenko (“The Kids Are All Right”).
The moving memoir documents her gruelling, solo 1,770-kilometre hike of the Pacific Crest Trail from California to Oregon — with no previous experience as a long-distance hiker. Strayed makes the impulsive decision to embark on the journey following her mother’s death and the subsequent fracturing of her family and marriage — all part of a harrowing downward spiral.
“Inevitably, there are going to be scenes that are very close to the book … that they take almost exactly how it is in the book, and it’ll be very strange for me to see somebody who’s playing me. That’s the weird part,” Strayed said in an interview at Random House of Canada’s downtown offices during a promotional tour.
“I’m going to watch a famous actress playing a younger version of myself,” she added, laughing. “It’s just strange all around.”
Screencaptures from the final two episodes of Return To Lonesome Dove have now been made and uploaded to our Gallery! Reese was in these episodes less than the first two, but her fleeting scenes were still highlights and as I said before, I really enjoyed her performance as Ferris.
Screencaps from Overnight Delivery, Jack The Bear and a few from the animated Trumpet Of The Swan will be up soon to complete our set of screencaptures in the Gallery! (We are still missing Desperate Choices, but I nor our previous owners were ever able to find that – so if you can help us out with getting it, please let me know – thanks!).
Way back in 1993, Reese starred in Return To Lonesome Dove, an unapproved (by the novel writer) tv mini-series adaptation of the popular Lonesome Dove western novel series. Reese played Ferris, the young wife of powerful rancher Gregor Dunnigan. I’ve got my hands on a copy of the DVD and have now added screencaptures from the first 2 episodes.
While I didn’t particularly enjoy the series as a whole, I thought Reese put in a strong performance, and one of the most mature of her career (don’t forget that she was 16/17 when she made this!!). Her character Ferris was wise beyond her years, loyal and devoted, but also had a young and flirty side to her, and the way Reese played her made me really feel for Ferris. I’d recommend it because of adorable young Reese, and her enjoyable performance.
Browse through exclusive screencaps from the first 2 episodes in our Gallery! Caps from the 3rd & 4th eps will be added within the next few days.
• Return to Lonesome Dove > Episode 1 ‘The Vision’ Screencaptures x93
• Return to Lonesome Dove > Episode 2 ‘The Forge’ Screencaptures x152
• Return to Lonesome Dove > DVD Screencaptures – Cast & Crew x4
I am back with more film screencaptures for you, and today we have beautiful HD caps from Reese’s 2004 movie, Vanity Fair. They are once again thanks to my friend Maria. This is one of only a few of Reese’s movies that I haven’t seen, so I can’t comment on the movie itself, but the screencaptures are – as with all HD caps – gorgeous, and it looks like Reese got to use her charming smile a lot as the social climber Becky Sharp.
• Vanity Fair > Film Screencaptures x1,294
Lionsgate, Roadside sling Jeff Nichols’ ‘Mud’
Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions are in advanced discussions to acquire U.S. rights to Jeff Nichols’ “Mud,” which stars Matthew McConaughey as the title character, along with Reese Witherspoon and Michael Shannon. Distribs plan a 2013 release.
Cannes competition pic was fully financed by Everest Entertainment (“127 Hours”), which produced with overseas distributor FilmNation Entertainment.
Redemptive coming-of-age tale follows a dangerous yet charismatic fugitive named Mud (McConaughey) and his unlikely friendship with Arkansas teens Ellis (Tye Sheridan) and Neckbone (Jacob Lofland), who help Mud escape from the law and bounty hunters. Witherspoon plays Mud’s soulmate Juniper, with whom he’s desperately trying to reunite.
Pic also stars Sam Shepard, Sarah Paulson, Ray McKinnon and Joe Don Baker.
Everest founder Lisa Maria Falcone produced with FilmNation’s Aaron Ryder and Sarah Green, who exec produced Nichols’ drama “Take Shelter.” Everest’s Tom Heller and Gareth Smith exec produced with FilmNation CEO Glen Basner, whose company handled international sales. FilmNation also repped domestic rights along with CAA.
“We have had an extraordinary journey with this film so far, from the rivers of rural Arkansas to the French Riviera, and it is fitting that our next step is with partners like Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions,” said Falcone. “Their teams share our passion for unconventional, unique material, and they have a deep understanding of how to bring such distinctive films to market.”
Reese is featured on the cover of the September issue of Elle Decor magazine, with a large spread looking at her beautiful Californian home inside. The article talks about the history of the house, how it’s been developed, and how Reese and her designers have added to the property to tailor it to Reese. Reese talks about her reasons for buying the house, and adds that she sees herself as it’s “care-taker”, rather than the owner.
In our Gallery you can find a full set of scans from the magazine, the photoshoot pictures of Reese, plus the images of the house itself. You can read the full article in the scans, as well as at the Elle Decor website here.
Thanks Zuzi for the heads-up on this.