Today I have added over 50 super pretty icons made by my friend Melanie. They are mainly from Cruel Intentions … a movie which you can never go wrong with Thanks to Melanie for making us these icons.
Now I have a little plea for you – unfortunately, the site’s previous Fan Archive, which contained over 700 pieces of media created by you guys, was lost somewhere down the line due to a virus. Neither of the previous owners have backups of it so sadly everything has been lost. So I’m looking to you to help re-build it! If you would like to contribute any kind of fanart (icons, wallpapers, banners, blends, graphics etc.) then please do not hesitate to get in touch! I’d love to display your work, and full credit will always be given to you. Thanks!
The first trailer for Reese’s upcoming movie How Do You Know has finally been released! The film is still set for release on December 17th in the US, and the synopsis is as follows:
The film centers on a love triangle between a professional baseball player (Wilson), a white collar executive (Rudd), and the object of their affection (Witherspoon).
Screencaps from the trailer will be added into the Gallery asap.
Reese Witherspoon is working her way through the classic American songbook.
The actress, who won an Oscar in 2005 for portraying June Carter in “Walk the Line,” is pulling together an untitled biopic about Peggy Lee with writer-director Nora Ephron and Fox 2000. Though Witherspoon is still negotiating to star, she is producing along with Marc Platt.
Witherspoon secured rights to the vocalist’s life from the Lee estate and brought the project to Fox 2000. She then approached Platt, who produced the “Legally Blonde” movies, and Ephron, who counts herself a major fan of Lee’s music. Ephron is writing the script and is attached to direct, as well.
Born in North Dakota in 1920, Lee became an iconic singer, songwriter and actor. In the early 1940s, Lee (born to Scandanavian parents as Norma Deloris Egstrom) got her start singing for Benny Goodman’s band.
She went on to record popular jazz-influenced albums and compose for film sountracks as well as appear on screen in the 1953 movie “The Jazz Singer” and the 1955 musical “Pete Kelly’s Blues,” which earned her an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress. Her songwriting and voice-over contributions to Disney’s 1955 film “Lady and the Tramp” eventually led to a lawsuit that won her video tape royalties decades later.
Fox 2000 has already done a lot of business with Witherspoon — in addition to “Best Laid Plans” and “Walk the Line” the studio is currently filming “Water for Elephants” with the actress starring for an April release. Studio head Elizabeth Gabler is overseeing the Lee project.
Repped by CAA and Management 360, Witherspoon’s last live-action role was in the 2008 comedy “Four Christmases.” In addition to “Elephants,” she has the James Brooks film “How Do You Know” coming out from Columbia in December and the action comedy “This Means War” in development at Fox proper.
The CAA-repped Ephron last wrote and directed “Julie & Julia.”
As promised, I’ve re-capped Reese’s 2006 movie Penelope, and added those screencaps to the Gallery. Penelope is one of my favourite Reese movies – it’s a quirkly and charming film, and even though Reese is not in it much, her scenes add an extra bit of humour and spark. Enjoy the screencaps
– Movies > Penelope > Film Screencaptures
I decided to work on some Penelope screencaps today, and have so far added screencaps from the (Region 1) DVD extras. I’ll be re-capping the movie itself later today, all being well, in better quality than the screencaps that were in the Gallery before.
– Movies > Penelope > DVD Screencaptures – Menus
– Movies > Penelope > DVD Screencaptures – Featurette
– Movies > Penelope > DVD Screencaptures – Photo Gallery
– Movies > Penelope > Trailer #5 Screencaptures
I have a few updates for you today, Reese fans To start with I’ve added the ‘Extras’ section pages for Puzzles and Polls. The Puzzles are a fun way to pass time if you’re bored and want something Reese-related to do, and some are easier/harder than others so you can have a go at them all.
Then, I decided to screencap S.F.W, Reese’s 1994 movie in which she plays Wendy Pfister. I have to admit that it’s by no means my favourite Reese movie, but it was a clever idea, and who doesn’t love young early-90’s Reese!? So 300+ screencaps from the movie are in the Gallery for your viewing pleasure.
First of all, thank you so much to those of you that have commented on our new layout! I’m so glad you all love it and are as excited as I am about the revival of Glamour Reese I have to say, I love looking at this new layout, so you can probably expect quite a few updates in the coming days :p
Today, though, I’ve updated the Gallery with various scans. There are lots of new clippings from this year, plus a few other magazine scan additions here and there, many of which are thanks to Mirik. This includes a page from a recent Ukraine edition of Biography magazine, which features a new photo of Reese – or at least one I haven’t seen before. We also have some new Avon print ads, plus a couple of high quality promo photos for Reese’s “In Bloom” perfume. Enjoy!
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2010 > Clippings from 2010
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2010 > Biography (Ukraine) – March 2010
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2010 > Marie Claire (UK) – April 2010
– Other Projects > Commercials & Modeling > Avon (2007-) > Print Ads
– Other Projects > Commercials & Modeling > Avon (2007-) > Fragrance “In Bloom”
Welcome to the all new Glamour Reese Witherspoon! After a very long time of the previous layout, we now have something new and summery. My awesome friend Mikaela came up with this light and breezy summer layout for us, and I think it’s perfect!
This new layout was intended to mark a ‘turning point’ for the site, to get it back on track and maintained to the same high standards it has always been, after its change in owners. This layout was meant to be launched alongside a complete overhaul and revamp of the content, but unfortunately I just have not had time to do that just yet. But to start with, the Web/Site section has been updated, and the Extras section has been re-done with many new interactive features and fun games added. The Media, Career and Reese sections will each be worked on as soon as possible, to provide you with the most comprehensive information on Reese. I’m so happy to be running this site, and I hope you will all enjoy the coming changes and updates
So, enjoy the new layout, and keep checking back for lots of updates – content and gallery-wise. Don’t hesitate to leave a comment because I love to hear your feedback, and it makes me even more motivated to work on the site!
As promised, I’ve continued to work on the Photoshoots section of the Gallery, and it is now complete! I’ve re-added all of the 2001-2003 photoshoots – again, most of these our long-time visitors will have seen, but there are a few new additions, including session #’s 002 and 003 from 2001.
Most of the 2004-2009 sets were already complete, but again, some have been replaced with better quality/larger versions, and there are some new ones, including an additional set of 2006 Screen Actors Guild Awards portraits, a few more stunning and tres chic photos from the 2008 Vogue photoshoot, plus photos from last years In Style shoot.
I’ve also added a new-old small photo from a 1996 photoshoot for In Style, that we have not had here before.
Needless to say there are some super gorgeous photos in there … I’ve said enough, just go and browse and enjoy And check back later today for something else
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2001
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2002
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2003
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2004
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2005
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2006
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2007
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2008
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2009
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2010
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 1996 > 1996 – Session #009
Sandra Bullock was Hollywood’s best-paid actress over the past year ahead of Reese Witherspoon and Cameron Diaz, according to Forbes.
Bullock earned $56 million between June 2009 and June 2010, driven by income from “The Proposal” and “The Blind Side,” it said. “Despite everything that’s gone wrong personally for Sandra Bullock, financially she’s been on fire,” Forbes wrote.
Witherspoon and Diaz each made about $32 million. They are followed by Jennifer Aniston with a $27 million haul, according to Forbes. Sarah Jessica Parker ranks fifth on its list with $25 million.
To figure out actresses’ earnings, Forbes talked to agents, managers, producers and lawyers. It also looked at money that stars might have earned from perfume/clothing lines and from ad campaigns.