Reese took time out of her holiday in the Caribbean to chat to fans on Facebook live yesterday. She and co-star Laura Dern also did an interview on Instagram. They revealed that they are considering a second season of Big Little Lies…
March 4, 2017 • Category: "Sing", The Family, Video Updates •
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Reese Witherspoon Hopes Her Kids Know Her ‘As an Individual’: ‘You Were a Person Before You Were a Mom’
Reese Witherspoon has three kids, which seems easily manageable when compared to her Sing character Rosita’s 25. But the actress and the animated performing pig do have something big in common.
“I have three kids of my own — sometimes it feels like 25,” says Witherspoon, 40, who is mom to sons Tennessee James, 4, and Deacon Reese, 13, and daughter Ava Elizabeth, 17.
“But the idea that you were a person before you were a mom, and that sometimes you really hope that your kids know who you are as an individual,” she adds of how she relates to Rosita, a single mom with dreams of hitting the big time.
Rosita does have one thing over her real-life counterpart, though: some serious engineering prowess.
“I’m very envious of Rosita’s building and technology,” Witherspoon says with a laugh of her character’s impressive parenting skills. “She somehow builds this entire contraption that feeds all 25 children, and puts their backpacks on and says goodnight to them and reads them bedtime stories.”
“And it’s really hard to find a babysitter when you have 25 kids,” the working mom jokes.
“Singing is joyful — I think it’s an affirmation of life, and that there’s so much to celebrate in this life,” the Legally Blonde alum and Draper James founder shares.
“If one of [my kids] tells [another] one to stop singing, I say, ‘Never tell somebody to stop singing. That means they’re happy or they have song in their heart,’ ” she continues. “It’s a beautiful expression of who we are as human beings.”
Sing is available Friday on Digital HD, and on Blu-ray and DVD March 21.
Reese and her movie Sing have received nominations at the Kids Choice Awards! You can vote at vote.nick.com/ or by tweeting on Twitter using the hashtags below (for full hashtags visit the KCA voting hashtag Tumblr page). The ceremony will be held on March 11st 2017.
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The Secret Life of Pets
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Dory from Finding Dory (Ellen DeGeneres)
Snowball from The Secret Life of Pets (Kevin Hart)
Baloo from The Jungle Book (Bill Murray)
Po from Kung Fu Panda 3 (Jack Black)
Red from The Angry Birds Movie (Jason Sudeikis)
Rosita from Sing (Reese Witherspoon) – #KCAMostWantedPet #SingRosita
As posted about last night, Reese attended the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood last night. Reese and her friend and Big Little Lies co-star/co-producer Nicole Kidman presented the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made For TV which went to Sarah Paulson for The People v. O.J. Simpson; Reese makes no secret of her love for Sarah, so she must’ve been especially delighted to present this award! Following the ceremony, Reese and Nicole popped into the HBO After Party, and posed with fellow HBO actress Sarah Jessica Parker. Reese and Nicole look as though they had a fun night, and it’s great to see them out and about together 😊 Reese’s movie Sing was nominated for Best Motion Picture – Animated but unfortunately lost out to Zootopia.
Reese wore a custom-made yellow Versace gown, with Louboutin heels, a bag by Tyler Ellis, and jewellery from Tiffany & Co.. She stuck with her trusted hair and make-up team – Adir Abergel and Molly R. Stern. I absolutely love this look on Reese! She pulls off the yellow perfectly and looks classic, fresh and very beautiful 💛
I’ve added over 150 HQ photos from the event to our Gallery – there are some fab shots in there! Further down this post is a video of Reese and Nicole presenting, and some articles from the night. I’ll be on the lookout for a full video and will post that along with HD screencaptures from the show asap.
What did you think of Reese’s look at the Globes? Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts by posting a comment on this post!
It’s the start of a New Year, and time for us to look back on Reese’s dynamic 2016 and look forward to what she’ll be offering in 2017. On the surface 2016 was a relatively quiet year for Reese, but behind the scenes it seemed as if she’d been working in overdrive! She made a few red carpet and magazine cover appearances, but Reese’s 2016 seemed to have been focused on her Draper James company and developing strong roles for women in film through her production company Pacific Standard. 💛
The start of the year bought us Reese on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, in a gorgeous, feminine new photoshoot and an interview in which she chatted to the magazine about Draper James and her career. She echoed similar sentiments about improving the image of women in film to Entertainment Weekly magazine, in a ‘beyond beautiful’ spread also including Kerry Washington, Eva Longoria, and Elizabeth Banks. The interview touched on topics from social media to their diverse careers, and the pretty but simplistic photoshoot complemented the meaningful nature of the interview.
Reese’s major public appearance at the start of the year was at the Oscars. She wore a gorgeous purple gown by Oscar de la Renta, with Jimmy Choo shoes and jewellry from Tiffany’s. Her husband accompanied her on the red carpet, and inside the ceremony she introduced clips from two of the Best Picture nominees with her friend Kate Winslet. Reese’s stylist Leslie Fremar explained the choices behind Reese’s dress: “Last week, it was lavender. We remade it in a darker purple because we thought it was really fresh and looked beautiful with her skin tone. The shape of the fan was really different and something I hadn’t seen before, and the black corset was really sexy. We didn’t want to compete with how beautiful, but simple, the dress was.”
December 27, 2016 • Category: "Sing", Video Updates •
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Would Reese Witherspoon Ever Compete in a Singing Competition?
In the new movie “Sing,” Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey show off some of their singing chops — but if they had a sing-off, who would win?
While chatting with “Extra’s” Renee Bargh, Reese admitted she might not be winning any singing competitions. “I wouldn’t be the best. I’d be, like, okay.” Matthew chimed in, “That’s not what you said this morning,” to which Reese shot back, “No, you asked me if I’d win a dance competition and that was a yes… Other people shouldn’t even try.”
Reese does love watching shows like “The Voice,” saying, “There’s something very hopeful about them. I still get emotional when I see people breaking into the business because I’ve had a lot of those feelings. I had bad auditions and good auditions. It’s hard to put yourself out there and be vulnerable.”
December 27, 2016 • Category: "Sing" •
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Sing opened at #2 at the US box office this weekend, taking $35,290,000 on its opening weekend. It has taken an estimated $76,692,640 in the US so far, and a total of $93,954,652 worldwide.
Trivia fans will be interested to know that Reese was once attached to star in Passengers, the 3rd ranking movie of the week.
Box office report: Rogue One reigns again, Passengers stumbles
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story kept fanning the flames of Disney’s record-setting year at the box office, storming past a crowded slate of new holiday releases to claim the top spot on the domestic chart for the second week in a row.
The Gareth Edwards-directed space opera — which takes place shortly before the events of Star Wars – Episode IV: A New Hope — fell just under 59 percent across its sophomore frame, finishing the three-day weekend with an estimated $64.4 million. The film’s four-day gross is estimated to tally $96.1 million for a $555 million worldwide haul in just 10 days.
Unadjusted for inflation, Rogue One‘s $318.1 million North American total is now the fourth-largest in Lucasfilm’s history and the ninth-highest of 2016. By the end of its run, Rogue One will likely dethrone fellow Disney release Finding Dory ($486.3 million) as the year’s top-grossing picture.
At a distant second is Illumination and Universal’s Sing, the animated family musical featuring the voices of Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, and Seth MacFarlane. The film bagged $35.3 million for the three-day weekend, a number that inflates to an estimated four-day take of $56.1 million. Sing‘s holiday numbers are just over half of what Universal’s summer hit The Secret Life of Pets ($104.4 million) did in July, meaning the $75 million film will likely finish in the $150-$200 million range.
Rounding out the top three was the Jennifer Lawrence/Chris Pratt vehicle Passengers, a $110 million space-set, Morten Tyldum-directed sci-fi romance with a first-weekend gross proving its leads are as prone to stumbles as other A-list stars.
To celebrate our 16 years online, here we are spotlighting 16 of our favourite Reese things from the past 16 years. You will see a new one upon refreshing or changing the page.
"It took me years to be the woman my mother raised. It took me 4 years, 7 months and 3 days to do it, without her. After I lost myself in the wilderness of my grief, I found my own way out of the woods."
Untitled TV Project with Jennifer Aniston
Luckiest Girl Alive
Tiny Beautiful Things
Barbie origins project
In A Dark, Dark Wood
Untitled Rob Long Project
The Thing About Jellyfish
All Is Not Forgotten
Three Little Words
Pale Blue Dot
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