Straight off schooling Robert Pattinson in the art of telling a joke at the MTV Movie Awards this weekend, Reese Witherspoon has announced her newest project and it is, naturally, a comedy. Reese will produce and star in “Who Invited Her?” the tale of a woman who tags along to a bachelor party weekend. The movie is being hailed as, “A Bridesmaid gets a Hangover,” leading me to believe that it will be comedy that’s not afraid to go there—”there” meaning sex, stripper, and bathroom humor galore. New territory for sweet, “good girl” Reese. [Huffington Post]
We’ll have to wait a while to see this flick, but already the topic is ringing true to me. As a woman who has several guys that are close friends, I’ll totally admit that, every now and then, I feel a little bummed when I’m not invited to a bachelor party. Keep reading »
“I just wanna say to all the girls out there, it’s cool to be bad, I get it … but it’s also possible to make it in Hollywood without a reality show. When I came up in this business, if you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and you hid it under your bed and if you took naked pictures of yourself on your cellphone, you hid your face. Hide your face! I just want to say to all the girls out there it’s OK to be a good girl. I’m trying to make it cool.”
—Reese Witherspoon is not one to make bitchy comments, so I was surprised when she snarked on fellow celebs with reality shows, sex tapes, and cell phone nudie pics while accepting her Generation Award at last night’s MTV Movie Awards. I’m assuming with the sex tape comment she was taking a swipe at Kim Kardashian/Paris Hilton/Tila Tequila and their ilk. But was the nude cellphone pics comment pointed at Blake Lively, who has vehemently said the alleged naked photos of her released last week are fakes? I don’t disagree with her gripes, per se, but it was hella ballsy to say that with Lively sitting in the audience. And don’t even get me started on dissecting her “good girl”/”bad girl” comments. My gender-studies-minor head will explode. [TMZ] Keep reading »
Robert Pattinson‘s new movie “Water For Elephants” is scoring big with audiences, with 93 percent of Rotten Tomatoes viewers giving it a thumbs up, but how does it score amongst critics?
In the film adaptation from the book with the same name, Rob portrays a veterinarian who experiences a tragic loss and runs away, then finds himself working with a circus. After joining the rag tag team, Jacob finds himself falling in love with the ringleader’s wife, played by Hollywood’s sweetheart Reese Witherspoon.
Renowned critic Roger Ebert gave the movie three stars, calling the film “endearingly old-fashioned,” and “a movie made of real people and plausible sets.” Meanwhile, the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes was not as kind as their viewers. Read more… Keep reading »
“Water for Elephants”‘
stars Reese Witherspoon
and Robert Pattinson
recently sat down for an “unscripted interview” with Moviefone in which they asked each other questions submitted by readers, as well as some of their own. You definitely get the sense that these two genuinely get along on and off the set, which hopefully bodes well for their on-screen chemistry. The first question for Rob: “Would you give it all up for love?” I completely agree with him that it’s kind of a ludicrous question when “it” is never defined. I would definitely give up a car for love, but not my ability to breathe. That would be pointless. Anyway, check out the full interview — Reese even swears! [Moviefone
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