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Reese Witherspoon News Archive
This pooch may be retired from the doggie actor game, but that doesn't mean he can't share his life story!
Uggie stole our hearts many times on the big and small screens and his memoir is sure be a good read!
Titled Uggie: My Story, The Artist actor recounts his life lessons from puppyhood to the retirement home of his owner.
And the memoir is dedicated to his celeb crush, Reese Witherspoon!
Want to grab a copy? You'll have to wait until October 15!
We know what we want for Halloween!
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Reese Witherspoon and her dogs looked adorable as they hiked along the hills of Brentwood, California.
We've received an update from PETA saying that Reese Witherspoon will be ditching the python skin handbag she was seen carrying.
As we previously mentioned, Reese was photographed carrying a snakeskin handbag made of python (which is illegal to buy in California).
PETA saw the photo and rushed her their video exposé of the exotic-skins industry. The PSA, hosted by Joaquin Phoenix describes how snakes and other reptiles are often skinned alive and how they suffer slow, painful deaths, all for the sake of fashion.
Reese has just informed PETA that she will no longer carry the bag. PETA's Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said:
Many handbag designers take their best handbags and send them to A-list celebs who they want to be photographed with their bag for the free publicity.
Well Reese Witherspoon was sent a $4000 Chloe Paraty python bag, even though python is illegal in California.
A spokesperson for PETA said:
Unfortunately, her neighbors aren’t loving the new additions to her family.
According to a source, the donkeys at her Ojai, California location are constantly making noise, adding "they're driving us crazy!"
Another local added:
"It's so bad that a few residents have sent her a letter. She's beloved here. I'm not even sure she know what's going on."
Let's hope they can fix the problem, no one wants to live next to some noisy donkeys.
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Wonder how Robert Pattinson feels about this?
The elephant that R-Patz said he "fell in love with" while shooting Water for Elephants, apears to have not been treated the way we were lead to believe.
This shocking video shows, Tai the elephant has been mistreated by the trainers that made her a star.
In the secret footage, released by charity Animal Defenders International (ADI), the elephant is seen being given electric shocks with hand held stun guns and being beaten with bull hooks.
She can be heard crying out in pain when she is shocked into performing a headstand.
Tai is not the only elephant that is mistreated in the video.
This is so troubling.
It's no secret Robert Pattinson was totally in "like" with his Water For Elephants co-star Tai the elephant.
The films human leading actressReese Witherspoon, described Tai following Pattinson as "sort of like man's best friend — even though she's 9,000 pounds."
Pattinson recounts "insane" days, including one when the script finds Waltz taunting Pattinson to hand-feed a hungry lion. Pattinson opens the cage, and the lion pounces.
"We did the first take, and sure enough, the lion just ripped the (prosthetic) arm in and wouldn't give it back," Pattinson says. "He didn't even care about the meat. He just wanted to eat the fake arm. I was absolutely terrified."
That's when Rob coined the phrase "no acting required in the lion scenes."
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