Our gallery has been updated with the latest events from the last weekend. Reese was first seen at the Vanity Fair’s Founders Fair that united women entrepreneurs from technology, fashion, media, and other industries to talk about why they started their companies, how they built their businesses, and the lessons they’ve learned.
On Friday she joined Tiffany & Co. for a panel discussion about sustainability. She opened up about environmental issues, corporate responsibility and women in film. In the evening, Reese celebrated the jewelry company’s 2017 Blue Book Collection as well.
“I think it’s so important that we are making these films that represent different types of women. We aren’t black and white. We are a whole rainbow of colors and complexities, and we need to recognize that,” she explained.
Public Appearances > 2017 > Vanity Fair’s Founders Fair (04.20)
Public Appearances > 2017 > Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Sustaninability Panel (04.21)
Public Appearances > 2017 > Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Collection Gala (04.21)
New promotional stills from Big Little Lies’ Episode 5: “Once Bitten” have been added in our gallery as well as screen captures from the previous episodes.
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Blame it on the weather. It was unseasonably cold in Monterey, Calif., when, deep into the 88-day shoot for “Big Little Lies” — after 10 straight days of late nights — the unthinkable happened: The usually unflappable Reese Witherspoon lost her temper. Faced with a difficult emotional scene, she yelled at director Jean-Marc Vallée.
Recalling the incident a few months later over tea at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, the two — who share an easy, effortless camaraderie — laugh at the memory. “I’m so sorry!” she tells him, sheepishly hiding her face in her hands. In his French-accented lilt, Vallée says, “I felt so sad because I knew it wasn’t her.”
But back in that fraught moment on the set, he turned to her and said, “Great! Let’s do it,” pushing her to channel her frustration into her performance. Vallée reports that Witherspoon — perfectly cast as the fast-talking, multitasking mother of two, Madeline Martha Mackenzie, in HBO’s new limited series about the tragic fallout of secrets in a small town — nailed the scene. (Based on the bestseller by Liane Moriarty, the seven-episode series debuts Feb. 19.)
Witherspoon, who serves as executive producer along with co-star Nicole Kidman, handpicked her “Wild” director for this creative reunion. (The 2014 film, based on Cheryl Strayed’s memoir, chronicles a woman’s journey of self-discovery as she hikes the Pacific Crest Trail.) “I feel safe with Jean-Marc — more safe than I’ve ever felt with anybody, because he’s my brother, he’s my partner; I know he’s always going to demand the best, but I’m always going to bring my best,” she says. “We hold each other to those standards. We don’t have any artifice between us.”
Reese Witherspoon and her co-stars from HBO’s Big Little Lies attended the 2017 Winter TCA Tour yesterday morning. She was wearing an orange Alexander McQueen dress. She spoke out about why it’s so important for female stories to be told on screen and why this led her to develop the series.
Answering a question about why female-focused stories are such a priority for her, she answered: “I’m passionate because things have to change. We have to start seeing women as they really are in film. And not just in a movie theater with a tiny budget. We need to see real women’s experience whether it involves domestic violence, whether is involves sexual assault whether it involves motherhood or romance or infidelity or divorce. We need to see these things because we as human beings we learn from art and what can you do if you never see it reflected? I feel like I constantly see women of incredible talent playing wives and girlfriends in thankless parts, I just had enough.
It’s a unique pleasure to be able to come to other women with a piece of material I feel deeply proud of and excited to see their performance. These are the kinds of things that shift cosciousness.”
Public Appearances > 2017 > Winter TCA Tour – Day 10 | Panel (01.14)
Public Appearances > 2017 > Winter TCA Tour – Day 10 | Inside (01.14)
HBO has released a new Big Little Lies poster showing Reese, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley. Don’t forget: Big Little Lies premieres February 19 at 9pm.
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