I found and added another small batch of photos of Reese on the set of her latest movie How Do You Know? These were taken back in June but they are new to the site. In other gallery related news, DVD quality screencaps of Reese in Cruel Intentions and The Man in the Moon have been re-added. I may not always make a post when I add older film content so be sure to check the gallery daily for new additions.
And finally, Glamour is now on Twitter! You can follow us at @GlamourReese and as soon as we get a new layout up, the latest tweets will be featured on the site as well.
- Movies: How Do You Know? > On the Set > On the Set – June 16, 2009
Hi everyone, my name is Jess, and Lisa has kindly let me join her on the staff here at Glamour Reese! You may recognise me from some of my other sites, including Nicole’s Magic and Kate Hudson Heaven, and I’ve also been an admin at the forum for a few years. I’ve been visiting and admiring this site since soon after it opened way back in 2001, so it’s a real honor to now be working on this site. Lisa and I are confident we can continue to bring you the best Reese resource online, and are working hard to re-build the Gallery and update/add new content!
Tonight I have re-added old magazine scans from 1993-1997 – there are some really fantastic old photos in there, so if you haven’t browsed that section before then give it a look now! I’ve also re-added all the photos that were from the Miscellaneous Pics section, again including some cute pics of Reese when she was little.
- Magazine Scans > Scans from 1993
- Magazine Scans > Scans from 1994
- Magazine Scans > Scans from 1995
- Magazine Scans > Scans from 1996
- Magazine Scans > Scans from 1997
- Miscellaneous Pics > Charity
- Miscellaneous Pics > Family Album
- Miscellaneous Pics > From Fans
- Miscellaneous Pics > Other Photos
Over the past few months Reese has made several public appearances including the launch of her In Bloom fragrance for Avon and a keynote speech at the House of Commons about domestic violence. Close to 200 HQ and MQ images from these events and more have been added to the gallery and I believe that our 2009 events section is now up to date.
- Public Appearances: Events in 2009 > Tea Party Celebrating Launch of In Bloom
- Public Appearances: Events in 2009 > Domestic Violence Conference at The House of Commons
- Public Appearances: Events in 2009 > New York Launch of In Bloom
- Public Appearances: Events in 2009 > Reese Visits Good Morning America
- Public Appearances: Events in 2009 > Avon’s “Champions Who Save Women’s Lives” Event
Just a small photo update tonight but I’m hoping to do a much larger one tomorrow in an attempt to get caught up on the most current public appearances. The photoshoot section has been updated with some HQ versions of the Elle photoshoot from earlier this year plus a couple MQ photos from a Los Angeles Times shoot. Also added are several MQ photos of Reese at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival.
20th Century Fox announced that Walk the Line will be released on BluRay on February 2nd. Special features are listed below.
- Directors Commentary by James Mangold
- More Man in Black: 10 Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director James Mangold
- Extended Musical Sequences
- Rock and Roll Ruby Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash, Reese Witherspoon as June Carter
- Cocaine Blues Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash
- Folsom, Cash and the Comeback
- Celebrating the Man in Black: The Making of Walk the Line
- Ring of Fire: The Passion of Johnny and June
I’ve been looking over the gallery members and there are a lot that appear to be spam bots. Instead of spending hours weeding through each member, I will be purging the membership completely sometime tonight and adding an anti-spam measure to the registration process. If you are currently registered in the gallery you will need to register again. I apologize for the inconvenience this will cause but it is the fastest and easiest way to insure the stability and security of the gallery. The purge will likely happen around midnight EST.
edit: All members have been deleted. If you were previously registered at the gallery, please register again. Remember, you must be a registered user to view the gallery in its entirety. If for some reason you are unable to register, feel free to email me at glamour-reese @ live.com with your desired username and I will set it up for you.
There is so much to get caught up on I hardly know where to start lol. For tonight, I’ve added a ton of new photos of Reese on the set of her upcoming movie How Do You Know? as well as some photos of her practicing softball as she prepares for the role. On a sort of related note… it appears as if the old gallery is no longer available and we don’t have access to backups of any of the files. If someone out there has the scans/photoshoots/photos/etc. from this site saved on their computer, please email me at glamour-reese @ live.com
- Movies: How Do You Know? > On the Set
“This is an issue that has been in the dark for too long. There remains what can seem like an impenetrable wall of silence, around violence. And we must all play a role in breaking that silence.”
The funny thing,” Reese Witherspoon says, “is it happens all the time.” A day after Gordon Brown thanked “Renée Witherspoon” in Parliament for her work for victims of domestic violence, Witherspoon is wondering why she and her friend, fellow actress Renée Zellweger are often confused with each other. “Maybe it’s an R-W, R-Z thing,” she says. “I phoned Renée, and she already knew. She said three people yesterday had said to her, ‘Hi Reese, how are you?’”
There should be stranger elements to this tale than the mystery of the Z-W congruence. Such as, why is a 33-year-old actress from the US, most famous for a film in which she plays a ditzy blonde lawyer, being thanked at Prime Minister’s Questions? Why was she later given access to meet Sarah Brown? And why, purely by virtue of signing a contract in 2007 to advertise cosmetics, is she fronting a British campaign for the end of a postcode lottery in domestic violence services?
Hello fellow Reese fans! My name is Lisa and I am the proud new owner of Glamour. Mycah will still be around to help out from time to time but I’ll be doing the majority of the updating from now on. Some of you may know me from one of my other sites like Enchanting Amy or Scarlett Fan. I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am to be able to work on this site. I’ve always felt that Glamour really set the bar for the fansite community and I really hope that I am able to continue that tradition. There is a ton of work to be done (news updates, gallery updates, new layout, etc.) so I hope that everyone will be patient over the next few weeks as I get to work on making Glamour the #1 Reese Witherspoon destination once again.
Reese Witherspoon has visited the House of Commons to raise awareness of domestic violence as part of joint campaign by Avon and the charity Refuge.
The actress, who is the global ambassador for the cosmetics company, spoke on behalf of the crusade, calling for more government funding for victim support services in the UK.
”There remains what can seem like an impenetrable wall of silence around violence and we must all play a role in breaking this silence,” she said.
A YouGov poll commissioned by Avon found that 92 per cent of people think they do not know anyone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence, when in fact one in four women suffer at the hands of a partner in their lifetime.
Ms Witherspoon said the problem was “pandemic” around the world and added that she was motivated to support the campaign by a friend who had gone through such an experience as a young woman.
In March, she launched a worldwide campaign on behalf of the cosmetics company aimed at ending violence against women.