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Reese Witherspoon Poses for Sweet and Snowy Snap with Husband Jim Toth

Reese Witherspoon Poses for Sweet and Snowy Snap with Husband Jim Toth
Reese Witherspoon has got her husband to keep her warm this winter!

The Big Little Lies actress took advantage of some wintery weather to share a sweet moment with her husband of six years, talent agent Jim Toth, on Sunday.

“The mountains are calling…,” Witherspoon wrote alongside a picture of the happy couple taking in their majestic surroundings.

And Witherspoon couldn’t help sharing how “excited for snow” she was on Saturday, as she posted a video on her Instagram Story that appeared to show the actress traveling to the wintery location on a plane.

Later, after arriving at her “winter wonderland,
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The X-Files Season 11 Episode 2 Review – ‘This’

Matt Rodgers reviews the second episode of The X-Files season 11…

After last week’s polarising season premiere of The X-Files, an episode that while clunky, was at the higher end of the Chris Carter installment spectrum, Mulder and Scully are well and truly back to their best in this Glen Morgan written and directed hour-long.

Known for penning some of the classic monster-of-the-week episodes of The X-Files, notably season 1’s ‘Squeeze’ and ‘Tooms’, as well as one of the better season 10 offerings, ‘Home Again’, Morgan puts away his penchant for the creature-feature with ‘This’, an episode that veers from home-invasion, to Sherlock Holmes, right through to social commentary on technology privacy laws, all permeated by some never-better chemistry from Anderson and Duchovny.

Straight away viewers may be perturbed by the shift in tone away from that divisive Cigarette Smoking Man twist, as we’re presented with Mulder and Scully asleep
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Reid Scott and Wife Elspeth Keller Welcome Baby No. 2

Reid Scott and Wife Elspeth Keller Welcome Baby No. 2
Update: Reid Scott and wife Elspeth Keller are parents once more!  A rep for the Veep star confirms to E! News that the couple welcomed their second child, son Damon Leif Scott, on January 4. The newborn weighed 9-lbs., 5-oz. ______ Reid Scott's family is growing! The actor told People exclusively that he and his wife Elspeth Keller are expecting their second child while walking the red carpet at yesterday's Los Angeles premiere of his new film, Home Again. "We're very excited," Scott told the magazine. "She's about halfway, so I guess we're about almost five months pregnant. We're having another little...
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‘Veep’ Star Reid Scott and Wife Elspeth Keller Welcome Baby Boy No. 2! (Exclusive)

‘Veep’ Star Reid Scott and Wife Elspeth Keller Welcome Baby Boy No. 2! (Exclusive)
Reid Scott is a father again!

Scott and his wife, Elspeth Keller, welcomed their second son named Damon Leif Scott on Thursday, the actor's rep exclusively confirms to Et.

Damon weighed in at 9 pounds, 5 ounces.

The couple announced they were expecting by revealing Keller’s baby bump in August at the L.A. premiere of the actor’s film, Home Again. Scott posted a shot of the couple posing on the red carpet, writing, “Happy to be Home Again with my bride and the bump.”

Happy to be Home Again with my bride and the bump. @elspethkellerscott

A post shared by Reid Scott (@mrreidscott) on Aug 30, 2017 at 4:43pm Pdt

This was the second red carpet reveal for the couple, who announced the pending arrival of their older son, Conrad, who turns three years old in March, at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2015. According to Scott, Conrad was excited about becoming a big brother. "He's a chubby
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12 Worst Movies of 2017, From ‘The Emoji Movie’ to ‘Baywatch’ (Photos)

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12 Worst Movies of 2017, From ‘The Emoji Movie’ to ‘Baywatch’ (Photos)
How great was 2017 for movies? Adam Sandler starred in a movie that made it to my Best List. How lousy was 2017 for movies? I had to cram a dozen titles into a 10 Worst roster. 10. “War Machine”: This would-be satire presumably had something to say about the hot mess that is the War on Terror, but between Brad Pitt’s never-not-pulling-a-face performance and the screenplay’s heavy-handed and excessively-narrated attempts at political insight, the results were an unfunny mess that wasted a stellar cast. 9. “Home Again”: Reese Witherspoon was the queen of the small screen this year with “Big.
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The Power of Reese Compels You in "Home Again"

Home Again is out on DVD and Blu-Ray. Here's Spencer Coile... 

Home Again is not a particularly good movie. The film debut of Nancy Meyers' daughter, Hallie Meyers-Shyer, follows Reese Witherspoon as she deals with motherhood, a recent separation... and the three young filmmakers she agrees to let stay with her for an extended period of time. Standard fare, right? And it is, despite that third curve. The writing is a little too on-the-nose, characters do not feel fully fleshed out, and the editing implies serious cuts were made. Still, though, it is hard not to be won over due heavily to Witherspoon herself... 
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Redbox Launches Digital Movie and TV Service, Without Disney Titles

Redbox is finally opening a bridge to an online digital-entertainment future, years after the streaming-video revolution took off.

The company, known for its nationwide network of DVD-rental kiosks, publicly launched Redbox On Demand on Wednesday, a service stocked with more than 6,000 movie and TV show titles available for VOD rental or electronic sell-through.

Redbox has inked deals for the service with Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox and Universal Pictures.

Disney is the notable exception. The Mouse House hasn’t had a direct deal with Redbox for DVDs since 2012, and it is now suing Redbox, seeking to stop it from selling digital codes (extracted from DVD combo packs) for downloading or streaming Disney movies. Redbox has said in response that it’s “confident in our pro-consumer position.” Meanwhile, Disney operates a digital-locker service, Movies Anywhere, for storing and accessing content purchased from different retailers and has buy-in from other studios — but which Redbox
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Disney Led the Charge in November as 2017 Looks to Close Strong

Disney Led the Charge in November as 2017 Looks to Close Strong
The year saw a lift from November box office grosses as this past month was only the third time ever November receipts totaled more than $1 billion, led by Disney and Marvel's release of Thor: Ragnarok, which delivered nearly 28% of the month's total. Heading into the November, 2017 was trailing 2016 by 5.3%, but coming out of it this year was 4.4% behind 2016 thanks to what was the third largest November ever and a 5.1% improvement over November last year. Disney led the month — after not having released a film since Cars 3 in mid-June — with two new wide releases in Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok and Pixar's Coco, both of which have been overwhelmingly successful. Ragnarok was the month's highest grossing title with $281.7 million and Coco delivered the fourth largest three- and five-day Thanksgiving weekend opening ever and generated over $82 million in its first nine days in release. Coco's total has since climbed over $135 million domestically and over $400 million globally,
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'Dunkirk' Comes Homes, Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

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Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Home Again (romantic comedy; Reese Witherspoon, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky, Pico Alexander, Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen; rated PG-13) Kingsman: The Golden Circle (action-comedy sequel; Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry, Elton John, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal; rated R) Detroit (Kathryn Bigelow directed drama-thriller; John Boyega, Will Poulter; rated R) Apache Warrior (documentary; Mike Barbee, Kevin Christensen; not rated) Wolf Warrior...

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“Home Again” Writer-Director Hallie Meyers-Shyer Talks Rom-Coms and Her Mother’s Influence

Home Again

Home Again” finds Reese Witherspoon starting over. The Oscar winner plays Alice, a recently separated woman who returns to her hometown of La with her two daughters. In the midst of a wild night out celebrating her 40th birthday Alice invites three young aspiring filmmakers to crash with her, and they end up staying in her guest house and having an important influence on her and her daughters.

We talked to the film’s writer-director Hallie Meyers-Shyer about growing up with a female filmmaker as a mom, whether or not “Home Again” is a romantic comedy, and why she thinks “change is coming” to Hollywood.

Home Again” is available on DVD and Blu-ray today.

This interview has been edited. It was transcribed by Lyra Hale.

W&H: You come from a film family. Usually people get into the family business or they run screaming from the family business.
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Win a Home Again Combo Pack

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It’s been a while since there was a well-made, ell-received romcom and Home Again seemed to revive a genre thought dead. To celebrate the season and its release on home video tomorrow, Universal Home Entertainment has provided us with a Combo Pack (Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD) to give away.

All you need to do is tell us which Reese Witherspoon performance is your favorite and why. Entries should be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., Friday, December 15. The contest is open to North American readers only and the judgment of ComicMix‘s judges will be final.

Academy Award® winner Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies) stars in Home Again, a modern romantic comedy about love, family, and new beginnings. Home Again arrives on Digital on November 21, 2017, and on Blu-rayTM, DVD, and On Demand on December 12, 2017, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Smart and oozing with charm, the film takes viewers
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Whistler Film Festival Announces 2017 Winners

Whistler Film Festival Announces 2017 Winners
Winners of the 2017 Whistler Film Festival were announced at the Awards Celebration this morning on the final day of the 17th annual Festival. Ian Lagarde’s first feature All You Can Eat Buddha and Jason and Carlos Sanchez’s A Worthy Companion tied for the $15,000 cash prize presented by the Directors Guild of Canada, British Columbia and the $15,000 post-production prize sponsored by Encore Vancouver in the 14th edition of the coveted Borsos Competition for Best Canadian Feature Film. The jury states “each in their own way convey unique visions and creative storytelling the jury believes have made and will make powerful contributions to the world of cinema.”A Worthy Companion

A Worthy Companion takes a fresh and new perspective that explores the complexity and humanity within the predator, victim relationship. This film questions how we perpetuate manipulative power dynamics between adult and child through the inner struggle of our female protagonists.
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Four Women Make Variety’s 10 Directors to Watch List

Lady Bird” helmer Greta Gerwig is one of the Directors to Watch: “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”/YouTube

Variety has named its 10 Directors to Watch in 2018. The emerging filmmakers will be recognized at a brunch at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 3. Four women made the cut: Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Chloé Zhao (“The Rider”), Augustine Frizzell (“Never Goin’ Back”), and Claire McCarthy (“Ophelia”).

Gerwig made her solo directorial debut with “Lady Bird,” a comedy about a high school senior (Saoirse Ronan) who is desperate to get out of Sacramento and has a contentious relationship with her mother (Laurie Metcalf). The Indie Spirit Award-nominated film recently unseated “Toy Story 2” as the best-reviewed film ever. Last week Gerwig was named Best Director by the National Board of Review and The New York Film Critics Circle awarded “Lady Bird” the title of Best Film. It’s currently playing in theaters.
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New to Streaming: ‘Woodshock,’ ‘The Big Sick,’ ‘Heart of a Dog,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

The Big Sick (Michael Showalter)

From start to finish, The Big Sick, directed by Michael Showalter, works as a lovingly-rendered, cinematic answer to the dinner party question: “So how did you two meet?” Based on comedian Kumail Nanjiani‘s real life (he co-wrote the screenplay with his wife Emily V. Gordon), we meet Kumail (Nanjiani) as he finishes a stand-up set in Chicago. He becomes fast friends with a
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Women Comprise 60% of Variety‘s 2017 Screenwriters to Watch List

Novitiate” writer-director Maggie Betts (left) made the list. Pictured with star Margaret Qualley: Film Courage/YouTube

Variety has announced the scribes selected for its 10 Screenwriters to Watch of 2017 and six of the writers are women. They include Liz Hannah (“The Post”), Maggie Betts (“Novitiate”), and Tracy Oliver (“Girls Trip”). All of the writers will be honored at Variety’s event at the upcoming Whistler Film Festival.

Set to open in limited release on December 22, “The Post” centers on The Washington Post’s decision to publish the Pentagon Papers. Both “Novitiate” and “Girls Trip” opened earlier this year. The former is about a secular-raised young woman who decides to become a nun and the latter sees four friends reunite for the Essence Festival in New Orleans. “

Variety’s Screenwriters to Watch will discuss their careers and experiences in show business at a conversation at the fest on December 2. They will
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Variety Announces 10 Screenwriters to Watch of 2017

Variety Announces 10 Screenwriters to Watch of 2017
The Whistler Film Festival in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada will host Variety‘s 10 Screenwriters to Watch for the sixth year in a row.

The 10 Screenwriters to Watch of 2017, announced Monday, are:

Liz Hannah, “The Post

Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, “Chappaquiddick

Hallie Meyers-Shyer, “Home Again

Maggie Betts, “Novitiate

Tracy Oliver, “Girls Trip
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Lake Bell Gets Her First Tattoo Ever From Husband Scott Campbell — See Where She Got New Ink!

Lake Bell Gets Her First Tattoo Ever From Husband Scott Campbell  — See Where She Got New Ink!
Lake Bell finally got inked.

Despite being in a relationship with one of the world’s most in-demand tattooists, Scott Campbell, for six years, the Home Again actress, 38, has only just now taken the plunge and let him add some permanent art to her body.

Campbell, who has tattooed Justin Theroux, Sting, Robert Downey Jr., Courtney Love and Orlando Bloom, among several others, shared the momentous occasion on his Instagram Wednesday.

“After six years on the waiting list… finally sat down with my favorite client ever… @lakebell ,” he wrote in the caption, featuring a photo of Bell with a tattoo on each shoulder.
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Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s Morning Show Drama Goes to Apple

Witherspoon in “Home Again

Huge TV news: Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s highly anticipated morning show drama has found a home, and it’s landed at an unexpected place. Apple snagged the as-yet untitled project with a straight-to-series two-season order, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. As expected, the star-studded series caused a bidding war.

In addition to starring, Witherspoon and Aniston will executive produce and co-own the show along with Michael Ellenberg’s Media Res company, which is producing for Apple. Twenty episodes are confirmed.

Described as “as an inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning,” the series explores “the unique challenges faced by the women (and men) who carry out this daily televised ritual.”

While the project is based on an original idea by Ellenberg, Brian Stelter’s book “Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV” will serve as “additional background” for the show.

Witherspoon just had a super successful run on the small screen with HBO’s critically acclaimed murder-mystery “Big Little Lies.” It’s uncertain if the ratings hit will return for a second season. The Oscar winner won an Emmy for producing the adaptation of Liane Moriaty’s bestselling book, and took home an Oscar in 2006 for her role as June Carter Cash in “Walk the Line.” Aniston scored an Emmy in 2002 for playing Rachel Green in “Friends.” Witherspoon guest-starred in two episodes of the iconic sitcom in 2002 and played Rachel’s sister.

Besides “Big Little Lies,” “Wild” and “Gone Girl” are among Witherspoon’s producing credits. Aniston’s include “Cake” and “The Switch.”

Jay Carson (“House of Cards”) will serve as showrunner. He’s also exec-producing and writing the series. Directors have yet to be announced, but this female-led series needs some women at the helm.

Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s Morning Show Drama Goes to Apple was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Napa Valley Film Festival Rises After Fires Devastate Region

Napa Valley Film Festival Rises After Fires Devastate Region
Watching as Northern California’s wine country became engulfed by flames that scorched 220,000 acres and claimed the lives of 42 people, Napa Valley Film Festival co-founders and directors Marc and Brenda Lhormer teetered on the brink of canceling this year’s fete.

“During the first days, we only were hearing and fearing the worst,” says Marc Lhormer of unfounded rumors that partner wineries and hotels had been destroyed. “Brenda and I actually left our home and, living out of a suitcase for nine nights, kept moving things forward.”

He adds that two days after the fires erupted, the couple gathered their team. “We went around the room asking if everyone, and their families and loved ones, was Ok, and we discussed how we could help each other. Then, we had to determine if we were all mentally and physically up for putting on the show, a show everyone had worked so hard on, full time, all
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new and ongoing cinema releases, UK/Ire, from Oct 20

A simple listing, duplicated from the in cinemas UK and Ireland page, of new releases and other stuff currently available, for the benefit of those playing along by RSS or keeping up via the Daily Digest emails (sign up here).

opening this week The Death of Stalin I Am Not a Witch Brawl in Cell Block 99 Happy Death Day I’m planning to see… Geostorm Jungle Marshall

2017’s films, ranked by maryann

all reviews, 1997–today

now in cinemas The Big Sick Borg vs McEnroe Brimstone Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Detroit Dunkirk Final Portrait The Glass Castle God’s Own Country The Limehouse Golem Loving Vincent The Party Pecking Order The Ritual School Life Spider-Man: Homecoming Victoria & Abdul Wind River American Made Atomic Blonde Blade Runner 2049 Despicable Me 3 Everything, Everything Girls Trip Goodbye Christopher Robin Logan Lucky American Assassin Annabelle: Creation Baby Driver Cars 3 The Emoji Movie
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