Fox is waving the white flag on what is supposed to be a worth-the-price-of-admission movie which in and of itself is a rarity these days. The studio was supposed to open its ‘romantic action comedy’ This Means War on Tuesday aka Valentine’s Day. But the studio hasn’t seen the pic’s poor tracking pick up at all in recent days, while Sony Pictures/Screen Gems’ The Vow is soaring in wannasee. So Fox has decided to get out of the way. In an unusual move this late in the game, the studio will sneak This Means War on Tuesday and then hope word of mouth spreads before its new release date of Friday, February 17th. I don’t get what the moviegoing public’s problem with this pic is: Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, and Reese Witherspoon are just as cool casting as Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams (though apparently not as box office) and the trailers have been engaging (though thrust into a lot of clutter) and the film didn’t look dumb (and that’s is half the battle with this genre).
Reese Witherspoon plays a woman trying to choose between the serious-but-sexy Tom Hardy and the sweet-but-slick Chris Pine in the upcoming This Means War. Picking between the two leading men might sound like a tough task, but Reese said she welcomed the challenge the role presented when we talked with the trio at a recent press day for the project. During our chat, Reese revealed the surprising — if scary — risk one guy took to try and win her over in real life, while Chris admitted to feeling some nerves over his onscreen fistfight with Tom, who has a pretty impressive mixed martial arts background. Check out our interview with the costars and check out This Means War when it hits theaters on Valentine’s Day!
“This Means War” star Reese Witherspoon spills on her racy countertop make-out scene with costar Chris Pine. Listen in!
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.
Browse through the screencaptures in our Gallery…
I’ve added screencaptures from most of the press interviews and TV appearances Reese has given lately, including the hilarious After Lately appearance, and the first online promotional interviews for This Means War.
The After Lately episode was really funny, so I will see if I can find an embeddable video to post here, but if not I’ll try to make time to upload the video I have. Reese was on top comedic form as an overly nice then ultra bitchy ‘Reese’.
I’ll add caps from the Graham Norton Show in the next few days.
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.
Here is Reese’s official press interview for This Means War. If you’re interested in watching the other cast members official interviews, then have a look further down this post.
Reese fans, I have a treat for you! I’ve just come across 6 more unbelievably stunning photos from Reese’s UK Glamour photoshoot! Not only that, but they are excellent quality and a large size. I’ve also added some of the scanned pictures I posted earlier into the photoshoot album. (Don’t forget to check out those exclusive scans I posted!). Reese just looks exquisite, and so elegant.
Please be nice and don’t re-post these, we work hard at GRW to provide you with unique updates
Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!! ^_^
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As I was expecting, Reese is now lined up for several more TV appearances in the US in the next couple of weeks, as part of her This Means War promotion. The list is below, and the full list of appearances can be seen on our sidebar.
Monday 13th February – David Letterman
Tuesday 14th February – Conan
Wednesday 15th February – Chelsea Lately