A new international trailer for This Means War has recently been released. It features a lot of the same footage as the first, US, trailer, but has a few additional scene shots.
Find a list of international release dates for the movie at IMDB.com.
View the trailer below, and check back soon for caps in our Gallery.
A few celebrities in the press promoting new works have mentioned Reese as one of their favourites recently!
In the Dec. 10 issue of Billboard magazine, where Swift covers the magazine as it’s Woman of the Year, she says, “I have a lot of role models. Faith Hill is a big role model. Reese Witherspoon is a role model of mine – she’s not in music, but I love everything she stands for. Shawn Colvin is a huge role model for me. Her writing has been consistently great and thoughtful…” (huffingtonpost.com)
In exchange for the honor, we asked the star to tell us which Hollywood ladies she admires. “I really like Reese Witherspoon. Anne Hathaway, I really like,” she said. “I love all their work.” (mtv.com)
THR: Whom do you most admire in Hollywood?
Fonda: Interestingly enough, one of the women I’ve always admired is Sherry Lansing. I got to know her when I was at Columbia Pictures working on a film about nuclear energy that Michael Douglas produced, The China Syndrome. Her grace on the job, her kindness, the generosity of her spirit — they all really, really struck me, which is one of the reasons that I’m so excited about getting this award. I also very much admire Helen Mirren, Vanessa Redgrave and Meryl Streep, who did her first movie, Julia, with me. I’m probably one of the very first people who ever saw her onscreen. I just am in total awe of her! She’s beyond anything one could ever imagine an actor to be. There’s so much talent out there — female talent of all ages, and I just love watching them all work. Whether it’s Reese Witherspoon or one of my favorites, Annette Bening. (hollywoodreporter.com)
Looks like they are doing some last minute re-shoots on This Means War, as Reese was snapped back on set in Los Angeles a couple of days ago! Reese is seen laughing and gesturing whilst standing outside a building by a yellow car, wearing a black top and trousers with a brown leather jacket. I wonder what they are re-shooting and why!
This Means War is scheduled for release in the US on February 17th 2012.
The annual People’s Choice Award nominations were recently announced, and our Reese is nominated! She is up for Favorite Movie Actress, and Water For Elephants also scoops a couple of nominations. View the full list of 2012 nominations at PeoplesChoice.com and CAST YOUR VOTES HERE. Voting closes on December 6th, and the show airs live on Jauuary 11th 2012 on CBS (US).
Favorite Movie Actress
Favorite Drama Movie
The Adjustment Bureau
Water for Elephants
Favorite Book Adaptation
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
I Am Number Four
Water For Elephants
The Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) proudly presents “A Summer Evening with Reese Witherspoon” for its annual benefit in honor of Academy Award® winning actress Reese Witherspoon on Saturday, June 23, from 6 to 10 p.m. at The Ritz-Carlton (160 E. Pearson Street). Witherspoon will attend and engage in a discussion led by a special guest host to be announced at a later date. Tickets are on sale now, available by calling (312) 846-2072. Prices start at $400 for a single ticket and $5,000 for a table.
A highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the “Gene Siskel Film Center Renaissance Award” to Witherspoon by SAIC President Dr. Walter E. Massey.
“It is a privilege to honor Witherspoon with the Gene Siskel Film Center’s annual award,” said Jean de St. Aubin, Executive Director, Gene Siskel Film Center of the SAIC. “Her wide range of performances have won the hearts of many, including her unforgettable roles as Tracy Flick in ‘Election,’ Elle Woods in ‘Legally Blonde,’ and her Oscar®-winning portrayal of June Carter Cash in ‘Walk the Line.’ We are also excited to talk with her about this year’s release ‘Water for Elephants’ and ‘This Means War’ which will be coming out in February.’ ”
The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a reception. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., followed by the evening’s program. The discussion with Witherspoon and a special guest will feature film clips from Witherspoon’s career. At the conclusion of the program, Massey will present Witherspoon with the “Gene Siskel Film Center Renaissance Award.”
I’ve been a busy bee and have capped The Importance of Being Ernest much quicker than I expected! 750+ screencaps of Reese as the delightful and mischevious Cecily in the movie have now been added. I didn’t enjoy this movie much when I first watched it back when it came out, but this time around I thought it was pretty funny! Reese showed off her comedic timing to great effect in the movie, and I really enjoyed seeing her in this different kind of film. Her English accent was good too.
Cecily: You must not laugh at me, darling, but it has always been a girlish dream of mine to love a man named Ernest.
Enjoy the pretty screencaps…
Next up to make screencaps of is The Importance Of Being Earnest, and I have started with caps from the DVD extras. There were a couple of Making Of/Behind The Scenes featurettes, which features footage of Reese filming a few scenes. The Menu’s had some really nice shots of Reese though!
Caps from the film itself will be added this weekend, all being well.
• The Importance of Being Ernest > DVD Screencaptures – Menu’s x7
• The Importance of Being Ernest > DVD Screencaptures – The Making Of Featurette x224
• The Importance of Being Ernest > DVD Screencaptures – Behind The Scenes x76
Screencaps from the rest of the Walk The Line 2 Disc Special Edition DVD have now been added to the Gallery. This 2nd disc has lots of great extras, including extended music sequences and various featurettes looking at the making of the movie and the man in black himself. There wasn’t as much of Reese as I had expected, but never-the-less the interviews and footage of her were a great watch. I particularly loved watching her full performance of Jukebox Blues! Check out the 700+ new screencaps in the Gallery:
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Extended Musical Sequences: Jukebox Blues x151
• >Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Extended Musical Sequences: Jackson x133
• >Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Extended Musical Sequences: Cocaine Blues x5
• >Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Ring Of Fire: The Passion Of Johnny & June x106
• >Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Becoming Cash/Becoming Carter x114
• >Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Celebrating The Man In Black: The Making Of Walk The Line x219
I’m continuing to slowly work my way through my Reese DVD’s, and today have added caps from disc 1 of the Walk The Line 2 Disc Special Edition. This disc had deleted scenes, although not many of them featured Reese. I’ve also added caps from the Menu’s and the Trailer that were on that disc. Caps from the 2nd disc – which has a lot of great features – will be added this week!
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Menu’s x20
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Trailer Screencaptures x35
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Deleted Scene: Ezra & Maybelle Carter x11
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Deleted Scene: I Still Miss Someone x2
• Walk The Line > DVD Screencaptures – Deleted Scene: The Sermon x35
Today I have added screencaps from Reese’s 2000 movie Little Nicky, in which she played the angel Holly who was Nicky’s mum. The movie itself was … not my favourite, but Reese was adorable as the high school cheerleader-esque Holly – in fact, I would’ve loved to see a movie focussed on Holly! Reese looks super pretty in the heaven setting, and gives some classic expressions.
Check out the 200+ caps (Reese’s role was small) in our Gallery, and look out for more movie caps during the week…
The first trailer for This Means War has recently been released, and it was closely followed by a poster and stills! You can watch the trailer embedded below, or enjoy it in HD at Apple. The HQ stills and posters, plus HD screencaps from the trailer, have all been added to our Gallery.
The official synopsis for This Means War is as follows:
The world’s deadliest CIA operatives are inseparable partners and best friends until they fall for the same woman. Having once helped bring down entire enemy nations, they are now employing their incomparable skills and an endless array of high-tech gadgetry against their greatest nemesis ever – each other.
What do you think of this trailer? Is it another hit for Miss Witherspoon? Let us know what you think by posting a comment!
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Reese started filming her new movie Mud in Arkansas last month, and was snapped all in blue on the set. I’ve added photos from that day on set to our Gallery.
You can also find the first still from the movie – of Matthew McConaughey who plays Mud – at EmpireOnline.com. They have some interesting quotes from Matthew about the movie, which he describes as a “summer-of-love fairytale” whilst also comparing the script to the classic coming-of-age tale Stand By Me.
These new photos certainly make me a lot more excited for this movie now – what do you think?