Reese Witherspoon produces and stars in 'Who Invited Her?'
Thursday 09 June 2011
On the heels of
The Hangover sequel hitting the top of the box office, Reese Witherspoon will star in a romantic comedy,
Who Invited Her?, about a woman who crashes a guy's bachelor party weekend. She will also produce the movie, according to
The actress received the MTV Movie Awards Generation Award three days ago for her body of work, which has spanned from June Carter in Walk the Line to Ginormica in the animated Monsters and Aliens, as well as Legally Blonde and her current film, Water for Elephants, costarring Robert Pattinson and Christoph Waltz.
Later in 2011, Witherspoon will star in the romantic comedy This Means War, which costars Tom Hardy ( Inception) and Chris Pine ( Star Trek) as two CIA operatives both vying for her attention. McG ( Terminator Salvation, Charlie's Angels) will direct.
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