Reese Witherspoon Reviews, Interviews & More

'Inherent Vice' Brings In Three More Actors To The Cast

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Paul Thomas Anderson has made a great number of movies that in short are magnificent. He's one of the best modern day filmmakers we have out there and the casting for his latest picture Inherent Vice should get many fans of his work excited. 

David Fincher May be Up For 'Gone Girl'

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David Fincher has been known to attach himself to projects, so it's hard to know what to make of today's news. Fincher is currently in talks to helm an adaptation of Gone Girl for Twentieth Century Fox. Which means it may not happen, but it could.

Sundance 2013: Mud - Movie Review

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Director and screenwriter Jeff Nichols wowed us all in 2011 with Take Shelter and this year returns to Sundance Film Festival with Mud. Though Take Shelter was amazing, it was wonderful to see him return with something completely different, showing that he's far more than a one trick pony, while still retaining a...

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For May 22 – 28

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This week brings one of the best films of last year (from the Criterion Collection, no less) some of the bigger disappointments of of 2012 so far, one of the best TV shows going today, and a collection of the Lethal Weapon films. Not a bad week for DVD and Blu-ray. Check it out…

This Means War: Movie Review

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Theoretically, McG's This Means War is a perfect twist on the romantic comedy. You've often got possible lovers fighting over one person, so why not have them be people who can actually fight? Reese Witherspoon [interview] stars as the girl stuck between two deep cover operatives (Tom Hardy, Chris Pine) in this surprisingly unpleasant riff on the cinematic...

Interview: McG, Reese Witherspoon, Chelsea Handler and Tom Hardy on This...

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Tom Hardy, Chris Pine and Reese Witherspoon in This Means War
In This Means War, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy fight over Reese Witherspoon. But for their big interview, it appears that Tom Hardy won, as Pine was called to the set of Star Trek 2. In his absence we had two of the three leads, comic relief Chelsea Handler, and the always eager to please director McG to talk about the film. Check it out…

Ryan Reynolds and Reese Witherspoon to Topline Big Eyes

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Ryan Reynolds and Reese Witherspoon are now attached to star in Big Eyes, the story of the Keanes and their infamous art. The film will be produced by Tim Burton, and written and directed by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, best known for creating the Problem Child franchise, and writing such bio-pics as Ed...

Reese Witherspoon to Star in Devil's Knot

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It's been an interesting road for Reese Witherspoon post-Oscar. The award tends to suggest importance, but Witherspoon is best known for her light comic performances, and she's appeared in an number that haven't found their audience. Perhaps it's best that she start making more serious dramas, so it's smart she's signed on for Atom Egoyan's Devil's Knot, which looks...

Tom Hardy and Chris Pine fight for Reese Witherspoon in This Means War...

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Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon in This Means War
The premise of This Means War is stupidly irresistable. Chris Pine and Tom Hardy play secret agents. Both end up dating Reese Witherspoon. She seems to be a normal girl, but their interest gets so heightened that they use their spy tools on each other. Director McG may have a real winner on his hands. Check out the trailer...

Reese Witherspoon Struck By A Car In Los Angeles

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Look—I, like any healthy-minded adult human being, hate all of Reese Witherspoon’s post-Election films (ok, ok, Walk the Line was OK), but that doesn’t mean I advocate vehicular manslaughter to prevent her from making whichever new interchangeable romantic comedy Kate Hudson decided not to star in.  Turns out, an 84...

Water for Elephants: Movie Review

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Water for Elephants hits theaters this weekend with a whimper... Though the film stars the almost always successful box office champ Reese Witherspoon, the most powerful heartthrob of the moment Robert Pattinson, and one the most lovable baddies of the last decade Christoph Waltz, the film falls short because it never really focuses on it's true star, Rosie the...

New DVD Releases: The Tourist, How Do You Know, Yogi Bear

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A couple of major star vehicles hitting DVD this week, and two that you probably don't remember. Seriously, close your eyes and try to envision what movie How Do You Know? was. Got it yet? No? Yeah, didn't think so - it was the rom-com featuring Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd. Okay, you still don't know what it is, just trust me, it exists and you can get it on DVD...

Robert Pattinson in New Water for Elephants Trailer

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Amazon.com debuts trailers now? Is this old news and are we just catching on? The super site has premiered a new trailer for the Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson drama Water for Elephants. The film takes place during the Great Depression and features all the things we love: romance, betrayal, poverty, and who even the circus! Check out the new trailer...

International Trailer for Water for Elephants

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A new trailer has been released for the period drama, Water for Elephants that stars Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson. It's an international version that showcases the sultry duo as they maneuver a love triangle that includes Oscar winner Christoph Waltz. Will he play the villain in everything? Check out the international trailer below...

How Do You Know: Movie Review

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How Do You Know: Witherspoon and Wilson
Kindly ignore the deceptive array of billboards posted around Los Angeles presenting quotes like "Reese Witherspoon At Her BEST!" and "Funniest Film Of The Holiday Season!" Writer/director James L. Brooks teams up with the usually charming Reese Witherspoon along with Jack Nicholson, Owen Wilson, and Paul Rudd for one of poorest displays of cinema I've seen since I Love You,...

Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon in Water for Elephants Trailer

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If you've been going through Robert Pattinson withdrawal over the past few months we've got something that might tide you over. It's not another Twilight movie, but it does feature Pattinson alongside Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz. The film is called Water for Elephants and it's a period piece that places a young man in the middle of...

How Do You Know Trailer Released

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Not sure whatever happened to "you know when you know" apparently for busy New Yorkers that's just know good enough! They need to know the reason why things work out the way they do with love! Good thing we have a film to explain just that! The first trailer for James L. Brooks latest holiday-romantic-comedy How Do You Know starring Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon (the...

Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon Reunite in How Do You Know Trailer

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A lot of you might not remember a little film called Overnight Delivery that came out in 1998. It was kind of like Road Trip, and it was one of those movies that you either hated or loved. But there were two universally good things that came out of it: Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon. They had awesome chemistry together and we'll get to see...

Reese Witherspoon to Play Singer Peggy Lee?

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Reese Witherspoon wants to stick with a formula that works. According to a report from Entertainment Weekly, the actress is in negotiations with Fox 2000 to star in a biopic based on the life and career of singer/actress Peggy Lee. The last time we saw Witherspoon star in a period piece where she got to flex her vocals it was in 2005 for Walk the...

McG to Direct Reese Witherspoon in This Means War

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McG is stepping away from the heavy action driven world of film to tackle a romantic comedy. According to THR, the director will helm This Means War, a rom-com that already has Bradley Cooper and Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon attached to star. This will be the director's first venture into the genre, do you think he can handle it?