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Reese Witherspoon and Salma Hayek both stunned at Variety‘s Power Of Women luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif. Reese Witherspoon & Salma Hayek’s Luncheon Looks Witherspoon attended the event at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in a white Balenciaga dress with Christian Louboutin ‘Benedetta’ sandals. Reese Witherspoon in Balenciaga #reesewitherspoon #balenciaga #fashion pic.twitter.com/yMvYG9j7rz — Your […]
- Chelsea Regan
Is there anything better than this?! Reese Witherspoon couldn't help but gush about her adorable sons -- Deacon, 11, and Tennessee, 3 -- on Instagram over the weekend. The proud mama posted a rare picture of her boys, writing, "These two #BrotherlyLove," alongside three heart emojis. In the sweet snapshot, Reese's oldest son is rocking red pants, a blue blazer and a striped bowtie as his mini-me bro sports a pink shirt, khaki pants and a plaid tie. We can't get enough of these stylish siblings! The mother-of-three recently opened up about her approach to motherhood, telling Southern Living, "No one is really doing it perfectly. I think you love your kids with your whole heart, and you do the best you possibly can." "But, you know, right now I’m feeling sad, missing my little two-year-old, and my daughter's about to finish her freshman year of high school. My son has »
- tooFab Staff
Reese Witherspoon and her mini mes are ridiculously sweet together. Over the years, the actress has offered a glimpse into her family life with adorable Instagram pictures, and on Sunday, she shared a cute snap of her sons, Deacon Phillippe and Tennessee Toth, all dressed up and wearing bow ties. Reese and ex-husband Ryan Phillippe also recently reunited with their daughter, Ava Phillippe, who's now 16 years old. Keep reading for the sweetest photos of Reese, her kids, and husband Jim Toth, then check out why Reese's Instagram feed will make you fall in love with her. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
As Disney toils to update its extensive library of animated classics with a huge slate of reimaginings, reboots and origin stories, the studio has zeroed in one of its most famous (and fur-loving) villainesses for a live-action origin story: 101 Dalmatians‘ Cruella de Vil.
Saving Mr. Banks screenwriter Kelly Marcel, best known for penning Fifty Shades of Grey, is attached to write Cruella for Disney, which views the origin pic as a priority and is fast-tracking it as such. Marcel will collaborate with Steve Zissis, the co-creator of HBO’s Togetherness, on the story. Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada) previously worked on a version of the script.
Cruella de Vil, who appeared in both the 1961 animated original and its 2003 direct-to-video sequel, is one of Disney’s most widely recognizable villains, from her ostentatious fashion to her distinctive red-and-black automobile, so perhaps it shouldn’t come as much of a »
- Isaac Feldberg
Everything Is Copy has Lena Dunham, Reese Witherspoon, Meg Ryan and Gaby Hoffmann reading excerpts from Nora Ephron's essays and articles for Esquire straight to the camera of the great cinematographer, Bradford Young, who shot David Lowery's lyrical Ain't Them Bodies Saints and J.C. Chandor's icy A Most Violent Year and Ava DuVernay's heated Selma. Ephron's illustrious circle of friends, Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw, Gay Talese, Rita Wilson, David Remnick, Bob Balaban, Amy Pascal, Barry Diller, Liz Smith and many more have more than something to say about the woman we hear say: "When I was a kid, I wanted to be the President's daughter."
- Anne-Katrin Titze
London — Jack Davenport, who played British naval officer James Norrington in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies, is in final negotiations to join the cast of inter-racial love-story movie “A United Kingdom,” which will be directed by BAFTA-winning filmmaker Amma Asante, and stars “Selma’s” David Oyelowo and “Gone Girl’s” Rosamund Pike. Shooting on the film starts today in Botswana.
“A United Kingdom” has also added several other cast members: Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” franchise and also appeared in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” Nicholas Lyndhurst, who was three times BAFTA nominated for comedy “Only Fools and Horses…,” Laura Carmichael, who played Lady Edith Crawley in “Downton Abbey,” and Arnold Oceng, who starred alongside Reese Witherspoon in “The Good Lie. »
- Leo Barraclough
Two years after Disney first announced a live action movie based on the iconic 101 Dalmatians villain Cruella De Vil, the studio is finally moving forward on the project with a new writer. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that the studio has hired Kelly Marcel to write the screenplay for Cruella. The site reports that Disney is putting this project on the fast track, although it isn't known when production may begin.
Earlier this week, Disney issued four release dates for unspecified fairy tale films. If Cruella is in fact being put on the fast track, it could very well be the movie that takes the first of these mystery release dates, December 22, 2017. Still, the studio hasn't confirmed a release date for Cruella, or which of the several fairy tale projects in development will get those four dates.
Reese Witherspoon and Salma Hayek shared a fun moment during Variety's Power of Women luncheon, which brought several A-list stars to the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in La on Friday. The actresses met up and posed for pictures together on the red carpet, Reese wearing a printed dress while Salma stunned in yellow. Gwyneth Paltrow, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and Lisa Kudrow were also among the famous females at the event, which celebrates the industry's most inspiring women. Among this year's honorees, who were recognized for their philanthropic work, were Gwyneth, Salma, Anna Kendrick, and Oprah Winfrey. During the luncheon, Gwyneth snapped a selfie with Oprah, joking, "I'm shitting in my paaaaants!!!!!!!!!! @variety @oprah #idol." Keep reading for the best pictures from the event! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Hello class, welcome to cinema economics 101. Before you start rolling your eyes, I should tell you that this isn’t about how producers raise the cash in order to fund your favorite flicks. No, we’re going to take a look at the latest entry in Hollywood’s flicks about finance: the very high ups and the low, low downs. This film joins the ranks of the Wall Street series, with more than a passing nod to Arbitrage, Glenngary Glen Ross, and Boiler Room (and the soon to premiere The Big Short). Don’t be too concerned with the poster’s “based on real events” boast because it’s not about one incident, but an overall economic disaster that’s still affecting a whole lotta’ people. We’re talking the very recent housing boom and inevitable bust. How recent? Let’s turn the clock back just five years as we »
- Jim Batts
Okay, this is adorable. Cruel Intentions stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Reese Witherspoon's kids are actually super close. The friends, who kept in touch after their 1999 film, now regularly hang out — enough so that their children have bonded. "Reese's son and my son are best friends," Gellar told Entertainment Tonight of the Legally Blonde star's little man Tennessee and her boy Rocky on Oct. 8, even admitting that that the pair sometimes carpool. The mom to Charlotte and Rocky also said that it's hard to remember [...] »
Reese Witherspoon's brood just added another adorable face into the mix—a sweet bull terrier named LouAnn! The blond beauty introduced fans to the newest member of her family through a precious snapshot posted on both Instagram and Twitter. "Drum roll please!!!! Introducing the newest member to our family #LouAnn !! #bullterrier #madlyinlove (just look at that face *sigh*)," Witherspoon wrote on Ig with a close-up shot of her four-legged pal hanging out in her mama's arms. Prior to revealing the exciting news and cute picture on Twitter, Witherspoon led her followers on a little mystery game, by providing riddles before actually announcing the addition. She tweeted, »
A photo posted by Reese Witherspoon (@reesewitherspoon) on Oct 7, 2015 at 3:24pm Pdt Reese Witherspoon welcomed a new member to her picture-perfect family and on Wednesday, she took to Instagram to share the exciting news. The actress posted a heartwarming snap of her new dog, LouAnn, writing, "Drum roll please!!!! Introducing the newest member to our family #LouAnn !! #bullterrier #madlyinlove (just look at that face *sigh*)." Reese and her family have had a lot to celebrate lately, including both Tennessee's 3rd birthday and Ava's sweet 16 in September. Take a look at LouAnn's social media debut above, then check out even more snaps of celebrities with their pets. »
- Monica Sisavat
Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey will present his “Mud” co-star Reese Witherspoon with the American Cinematheque Award, the American Cinematheque announced Wednesday. Country music star Kenny Chesney will provide musical entertainment during the award show, which will also honor Jeffrey Katzenberg with the first annual Sid Grauman Award, acknowleging his achievements in the motion picture industry. Witherspoon was the unanimous choice of the Cinematheque Board of Directors selection committee, for her work both as actor and producer under her Pacific Standard production banner. Also Read: Matt Damon, Reese Witherspoon Movie 'Downsizing' Acquired by Paramount McConaughey himself won the award »
- Joe Otterson
Johnny Cash has been inducted in the Music City Walk of Fame. The country music legend was posthumously honoured and his youngest brother, Tommy Cash, represented the icon - who now has a star on the Music City Walk of Fame - during an induction ceremony yesterday (06.10.15) at Walk of Fame Park in Nashville, Tennessee. Asked what Cash's reaction would be if he were still alive, Tommy, 75, mused: '''Well, I got another plaque.' ''But he deserved it, and he also deserved the Johnny Cash Museum.'' Cash had a string of hits including 'I Walk The Line', 'A Boy Named Sue' and even covered Nine Inch Nails' track 'Hurts' months before he passed away in 2003 aged 71 as a result of complications from diabetes. The singer/songwriter - who was portrayed by Joaquin Phoenix in biopic movie 'Folsom Prison Blues' while Reese Witherspoon played his »
Reese Witherspoon has some color challenges when it comes to clothes - and she has revealed that she wasn't allowed to wear black until she was 15. The 'Hot Pursuit' actress revealed that people in the American south rarely wore dark clothing and she only got her first pair of black trousers when she was in her mid-teens and so the garments she is selling in her Draper James clothing collection will mainly consist of more vibrant and rich colors and patterns. She revealed: ''We don't do black. Our black is navy. People wear black to funerals. I didn't wear black at all when I was young and was only allowed to buy my first pair of black pants when I was 15.'' And talking about her fashion line and the cultural differences in the South, she told The Wall Street Journal newspaper: ''Matching items, like matching your shoes to you handbag, »
For a while there, Alexander Payne's Downsizing sounded like one of those great sci-fi projects that was never going to happen. Between his acclaimed films Sideways and The Descendants, Payne was working on a sci-fi satire where the less wealthy are given the opportunity to shrink themselves. It makes perfect sense when you think about it; with property prices shooting up all the time, wouldn't it make better economic sense to shrink yourself to fit a small property instead of paying a fortune in rent for somewhere larger?
Paul Giamatti, Reese Witherspoon (both Payne collaborators, from Election and Sideways respectively) were set to star alongside Sacha Baron Cohen. It all sounded promising, but little more was heard about Downsizing until 2014, when Matt Damon was attached.
Now, it looks as though »
Matthew McConaughey will present Reese Witherspoon with the midcareer American Cinematheque Award during the organization’s annual gala October 30 at the Hyatt Regency in Century City. Kenny Chesney will perform at the event, which also will honor DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffery Katzenberg with the first-ever Sid Grauman Award. McConaughey was the recipient of the 2014 American Cinematheque Award so he knows the drill; Witherspoon in fact was one of his co-stars who… »
The Cinematheque additionally announced the first Sid Grauman Award, presented by Hill Valley, to Jeffrey Katzenberg at the Hyatt Regency Plaza ball. Kenny Chesney is slated to perform at the ceremony.
This is the 29th presentation of the Cinematheque honor, given to artists who are making a significant contribution to films.
- Shalini Dore
Downsizing will begin production next spring.
Written by Payne with his Sideways collaborator Jim Taylor, Downsizing tells the story of an Omaha man who undergoes a process that reduces people to a fraction of their normal size and moves to one of the many communities of small people sprouting up around the world.
The film will be produced by Payne and Mark Johnson and is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Brad Grey, chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures, which previously worked with Payne on Nebraska and Election, said: “Alexander will once again bring to audiences a uniquely original film, one that showcases his tremendous skill as a storyteller. We are absolutely thrilled to be working with him again.”
Said Payne: »
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