The first of probably many fan awards to come in the next year, Water for Elephants has been nominated for Next Must-See Movie at the NewNowNext Awards! Find out more, including how to vote, below.
Thanks Shawn for the heads-up!
Water for Elephants has been nominated for the Logo Channel’s NewNowNext Awards under the category, Next Must-See Movie. Now in its fourth year, this influential awards show will not look at the year that passed, but will instead focus on what is up-and-coming in popular culture in 2011 and beyond.
WANT TO SEE THEM WIN? GET VOTES! Voting has begun and ends Friday, March 4th. VOTE HERE: www.logotv.com
We’ve created a customized hashtag for you to vote with. Encourage your readers and followers to put the hashtag #MOVIEWater in their tweets. Each tweet that includes this hashtag is considered a vote (including re-tweets!) Official hashtag for the show is #NNNAwards
Winners will be announced on the NewNowNext Awards on Monday, April 11th at 10/9c on Logo.
You can vote as many times as you’d like – spread the word!
Academy Award®-winning actress Reese Witherspoon will be a presenter at the 83rd Academy Awards ceremony, telecast producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced today.
In 2005 Witherspoon received her first Oscar® nomination and took home the award for her leading performance as June Carter in “Walk the Line.” She’ll be seen next in “Water for Elephants” and “This Means War.” Her other film credits include “Monsters vs Aliens,” “Four Christmases,” “Penelope,” “Rendition,” “Sweet Home Alabama” and the “Legally Blonde” films.
Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2010 will be presented on Sunday, February 27, 2011, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®, and televised live on the ABC Television Network. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 200 countries worldwide.
Reese answers questions from fans during the Avon World Tour in Atlanta that was held a few weeks ago:
While in Atlanta to celebrate Avon’s 125th Anniversary and Believe World Tour, Avon Global Ambassador Reese Witherspoon responded to a question many of you asked her about how to help women in potentially abusive relationships. Click the video to hear Reese’s advice. How can you help support efforts to end domestic violence?
Melissa Stine Strohl asked Avon Global Ambassador Reese Witherspoon why she chose to support Avons philanthropic efforts and the impact it has had on her life. View Reese’s response to Melissa and check back for more Q&A with Reese Witherspoon in celebration of Avon’s 125th Anniversary.
Last year it was reported that Reese would be fronting a new movie entitled The Pioneer Woman, and later that year a writer was attached. However, we’ve heard nothing more about it since then, and Ree Drummond, the author of the book the film is based on, says she hasn’t heard anything either:
Ree & Reese: Ree Drummond, whose blog, ThePioneerWoman.com, led to the publication in 2009 of the best seller The Pioneer Woman Cooks, now has a best-selling memoir, The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels — A Love Story. It lands at No. 20 [on USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list]. Drummond’s new book tells how she met and married her husband, Ladd. They live on a working ranch in Oklahoma with their four kids. Last year, Columbia Pictures said it had optioned The Pioneer Woman with Reese Witherspoon in mind to star. Drummond says she hasn’t heard anything since then. Is Witherspoon right for the part? Drummond says, “I’m kind of an Amazon woman compared to her, but I couldn’t be more pleased.”
Water For Elephants directr Francis Lawrence has tweeted some new information about the film, including a premiere date!
the premiere is April 17th.
the premiere is in NYC. There will be international premieres following the release here in the USA.
The movie is not done yet. Almost. Getting very close.
- via onlocationvacations.com
Check out Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd inviting their Fans in India to enjoy their new movie How Do You Know, a romantic comedy also starring Owen Wilson and academy award winner Jack Nicholson.Releasing this valentine season on the 18th February 2011 and log on to the Official Facebook Page www.facebook.com/sonypicturesindia
A very low quality new individual poster of Reese as Marlena in Water For Elephants has just found it’s way online! The picture looks like it was taken by camera, and it’s very blurry, but you can still how gorgeous it is! Marlena is seen posing with the elephant ‘star’ of the film, Rosie.
I’ve also added another new poster, one that focusses on Robert Pattinson, but Reese and Christoph Waltz can be seen in the background (in what looks to be a new photo!).
Reese Witherspoon thinks it can be “dangerous” when movie stars don’t have hobbies.
The 34-year-old American actress is one of Hollywood’s most successful stars, having achieved critical acclaim for her roles in films varying from light-hearted comedies such as Legally Blonde to dramas including Walk the Line, the 2005 movie for which she won the best actress Oscar.
Reese takes her acting seriously, although is adamant her career will never rule her life. She has witnessed other A-list stars who have let jobs ruin their personal lives, and she has no plans to follow suit.
“I like to take classes, I read a lot – I have a lot of interests so your whole life isn’t just about making movies. That’s a dangerous place to be,” she asserted.
Reese admires Hollywood icons such as 61-year-old Meryl Streep, who has been nominated for an astounding 16 Academy Awards during her career, and has won two. However, the actress doesn’t intend on working quite as hard as Meryl, and counts spending time with her and ex-husband Ryan Phillippe’s two children; 11-year-old daughter Ava and seven-year-old son Deacon, as more important.
“As an actress, it would be lovely to think that we’re all Meryl Streep or Diane Keaton who just works endlessly but that’s not true,” she told Total Film.
“It’s important to cultivate a personal life that makes you just as happy as your professional life and I work really hard on that. I spend time with my kids and my girlfriends. It’s important to enrich yourself in lot of different ways.”
A new poster for Water For Elephants was released this week, and I added it into our Gallery a few days ago!
EDITED the next day: Flix66.com list the extras as follows:
* Interactive script gallery
* Commentary with filmmakers
* Select scenes commentary with James L. Brooks and Owen Wilson
* Deleted scenes commentary by James L. Brooks
* Optional commentary with James L. Brooks
* “The George”
* Blooper reel
* Extra Innings
* A conversation with James L. Brooks and Hans Zimmer