‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ Blu-Ray Captures Added

I’ve begun to update the gallery with several gallery updates. First off, I bring you full 1080p screen captures of Ryan’s movie I Know What You Did Last Summer which he did with Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Gallery Links:
– Home > Movie Productions > I Know What You Did Last Summer > Movie Screencaptures >> Blu-Ray

Reese Witherspoon will testify in Ryan Phillippe trial

Reese Witherspoon will testify in her ex-husband Ryan Phillippe’s civil trial on domestic violence allegations.

The ‘Cruel Intentions’ actor is being sued for $1 million by his former girlfriend Elsie Hewitt, who alleged that in July 2017, he hit, kicked and punched her, picked her up “like a doll” and “threw [her] down a flight of stairs” and after he denied her allegations, the case will go to court next month.

According to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, Reese – who has Ava, 20, and Deacon, 15, with Ryan, as well as Tennessee, six, with current husband Jim Toth – is scheduled to give evidence at some point during the trial, which will begin on 15 October.

Earlier this week, court documents were revealed in which the 45-year-old actor – who also has Kai, eight, with former partner Alexis Knapp – claimed he was defending himself against Elsie.

The pair had gone to a party in Malibu, California, though Ryan didn’t want to, and the ‘Shooter’ star ended up leaving early and going home with another female companion.

Ryan was later awakened by loud noises after Elsie allegedly came into his house with a female friend at 2.30am and he grew concerned for the safety of his companion when she confronted him outside the bedroom.

The documents stated: “Phillippe was very concerned about the safety of his female house guest present in his bedroom, especially with a loud, angry, inebriated, and jealous Hewitt sensing another girl in Phillippe’s bedroom.

“Phillippe attempted to block Hewitt’s blows to his body, and frantically tried to impede Hewitt’s progress toward the bedroom.”

The actor insisted he never pushed Elsie down the stairs and claimed he picked her up and carried her to the staircase but slipped, causing her to fall back into his arms.

Ryan previously launched a lawsuit of his own against Elsie – who he dated from April to July 2018 – in response to her accusation he was violent towards her following an argument, in which he slammed the Guess model’s version of events as being completely “fabricated”, as he has claimed she broke into his home in a bid to “extort money”.

Ryan also claimed that Elsie was “extremely intoxicated” during the encounter.

The star feels “sickened” by the “false” domestic violence accusations made against him because he grew up around women and was an advocate for women’s rights.

‘Will & Grace’ adds Ryan Phillippe and Billie Lourd as guest stars for final season

Will and Grace are welcoming some new friends in their final season.

EW can exclusively reveal that Ryan Phillippe (Secrets and Lies, Shooter) and Billie Lourd (American Horror Story, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) will be guest-starring in the upcoming final season of Will & Grace when it returns to NBC in 2020.

Phillippe will be playing himself, while Lourd will play Fiona, a character described by NBC as “an edgy, self-confident modern woman who’s outspoken and irreverent.” But it turns out Fiona has a special tie to the show.

On Thursday afternoon, Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick revealed on Instagram that Lourd’s character is the granddaughter of Bobbi Adler, who was played on the show by Debbie Reynolds, Lourd’s real-life grandmother.

“It’s Hollywood royalty on the Will & Grace stage this week,” Mutchnick wrote on his post. “I loved Debbie, I loved Carrie and I love this apple who did not fall far from her trees,” he said of Lourd.

Reynolds appeared as Grace’s mother, Bobbi Adler, on 10 episodes of the sitcom’s original run. Reynolds died in 2016 at age 84, just one day after the death of her daughter — Lourd’s mother — actress Carrie Fisher.

Phillippe Signs With Gersh

The ‘Shooter’ alum was previously at WME.

Ryan Phillippe has left WME for Gersh, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

He most recently starred as the titular military vet on the action drama Shooter, which ran on USA for three seasons, and also appeared this May on Netflix’s Historical Roasts as Julius Caesar.

Phillippe broke out big with several Young Hollywood hits in the late 1990s, including I Know What You Did Last Summer, 54 and especially 1999’s Cruel Intentions, playing Valmont opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Merteuil and Reese Witherspoon’s innocent Annette Hargrove. He later went on to star in such films as Antitrust, Gosford Park, Crash, Flags of our Fathers, Stop-Loss, MacGruber and The Lincoln Lawyer.

He made his debut at age 18 on One Life to Live, where he played Billy Douglas, the first openly gay teenager on scripted television. Twenty years later he took on his second series regular role with a major arc on season five of FX’s Damages, and followed that up as the suspect at the center of season one of ABC’s mystery anthology Secrets and Lies.

Phillippe continues to be represented by MGMT and Sloane Offer.