Reese hosted the Annual Walmart Shareholders Meeting on friday. She brought back her famous bend and snap move from her film Legally Blonde while on stage, playfully teaching the audience about about a new “Bend, Snap and Stock” technique to restock shelves.
It was difficult to find the pictures but now you can see the fan pictures in our Twitter and the official photos in our gallery by clicking on the thumbnails below.
We expect to add more photos from the event soon.. If you missed something, you can watch the full meeting at Wallmart official website by clicking here.
(Photos) 7th Annual Produced by Conference
Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandraea attended the 2015 Produced By Conference in Los Angeles. A signature event of the Producers Guild of America, the two-day program on the Paramount Pictures lot drew Witherspoon and partner Bruna Papandraea, who discussed their young company Pacific Standard’s big successes in Gone Girl and Wild. But naturally moderator and producer Will Packer brought up the gender equality issues plaguing the entertainment industry.
Reese used the Academy Award nominated Wild as an example of what financiers and industry colleagues thought was “a movie about a girl hiking. It’s actually about a human being. It’s a about a human being dealing with grief and loss.”
Reese star and Papandrea also underscored their commitment to finding more opportunities for women in front of and behind the camera. Witherspoon said she struggled to find female or non-white staff in entry level jobs on movie sets, which she believes is crucial in resume building.
“I feel like it starts very young. Women who are writers and women who are directors are not getting those critical internships when you are 18, 19, 20, 21. I mean… just looking around, I’m standing on set looking for the female interns, Latin American interns,” said Witherspoon.
“When we were doing ‘Hot Pursuit’ we had these Latin American writers. I mean, it was so hard to find a Latin American comedy writer. I’m calling everybody who runs a TV show. We need to develop the talent when they are 18, 19 years old and that responsibility is on us, our companies, other people in this audience that own companies. Let’s find these young women. The best way to learn how to make a movie or a television show is to be standing on set.”
(Photos) The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions
Reese, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair reunited at a performance of The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles last night. The actresses also shared more photos from inside on their social networks. Make sure to check out the pictures in our gallery:
(Video) Red Nose Day US
Reese took part in a segment for Red Nose Day US, yesterday. This day was created by Comic Relief, a charity that with the help of celebrities raises money for various other institutions. On the player below you can watch Seth Meyers calling on friends Chris Pine, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Neil Patrick Harris, Zac Efron, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc and Reese Witherspoon to help out on Red Nose Day.
Reese to Star in Disney’s Live-Action “Tinker Bell” Film
Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in Disney’s Tink, a live-action film based on the “Peter Pan” character Tinker Bell. Witherspoon will also produce the pic with her producing partner Bruna Papandrea through their Pacific Standard banner.
Victoria Strouse is penning the script. Plot details are unknown other than that the film is set in the world of the classic novel with Tinker Bell in full focus. The project is still in development and there is no timeline for it to go into production.