Just a small update for now – I’ve added 3 more This Means War stills (2 of which are HQ), and a new HQ poster for the UK release.
The film receives it’s LA premiere tonight, and Reese will no doubt be flaunting her wonderful style on the red carpet! Check back here tomorrow for full coverage, including HQ photos, and videos…
The stars of “This Means War” — Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine — sat down with “Extra” correspondent Terri Seymour and talked about their new comedy/romance.
Witherspoon, whose character is dating two top CIA operatives, played by Pine and Hardy, explained, “Well these guys are very different. They’re both very sophisticated… very attractive.”
Check out the video to find out how the trio answered “Extra’s” romance quiz!
“This Means War” opens in theaters on Valentine’s Day.
If you’ve noticed a recurring theme in actress Reese Witherspoon’s recent film roles, you’re not alone. During last night’s (Jan 31st) MTV First: This Means War, featuring a 30-minute interview with the starlet, host Josh Horowitz addressed the important issue—namely that Reese’s last three movies (“How Do You Know,” “Water for Elephants” and “This Means War”) feature the 35-year-old toying with two men’s emotions.
What did the actress have to say for herself? “This is my love triangle period,” she joked. Okay, okay, we can dig it, but have you ever engaged in tumultuous trio in real life?
“No, but I sure wish I had!” she enthused. “Particularly in this one. This is a really good one. I don’t think that happens a lot in real life. That’s why it’s a movie.”
Reese, however, may have been too quick with her denial, because upon further pressing from Josh, she did admit to dating more than one man at once.
“I was dating a while ago. I was dating two people who knew each other. That was kind of weird,” she revealed. “But I didn’t know they knew each other. As soon as I figured it out, I was like, ‘Ugh, I can’t do that.’”
Of course, Reese doesn’t have to worry about the fraught dating world anymore, as she married agent Jim Toth last March. And for the most part, she doesn’t miss singledom.
“I think it’s hard,” she said of dating. “But it’s also exciting too. It’s fun meeting new people. You have that feeling like, ‘I don’t know if they’re going to call. I don’t know if I’m supposed to call them. Am I supposed to call them?’”
If we knew the answer to that one, Reese, our blood pressure would be at least 10 points lower.
Tom Hardy & Chris Pine Fight Over Reese Witherspoon In ‘This Means War’
Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine chat with Access about doing their own stunts in their new movie, “This Means War.” Also, the trio answers questions about who’s the better kisser, who flubs the most lines and more.
Another press interview for This Means War. I think The Insider will also air an interview with the cast on their TV show tomorrow.
Reese, Chris & Tom Lock Lips for ‘War’
February 06, 2012
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy form an explosive love triangle in This Means War, the new action-comedy from director McG (Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Terminator Salvation), and the three stars tell The Insider’s Brooke Anderson what it was like to lock lips and shed their clothes for the sake of the movie!
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!
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…