Reese Witherspoon Made a Little Red Riding Hood Adaptation, and It’s F***ed

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Before Reese Witherspoon became a household name around the world with performances in hits like Election and Legally Blonde, she was a young actress who was looking for stepping-stone roles in Hollywood. Big Little Lies, Wild, and the Apple TV+ hit The Morning Show, which is well into its third season, along with her production company Hello Sunshine, have cemented Witherspoon as a true power broker in both film and TV. But every legend has early films that both show us why they went on to become legends and also how far they have come in their careers. In 1996, Witherspoon made a film called Freeway and to say that it is fucked up bonkers is a massive understatement. How can you take a legendary children’s tale and turn it into a maelstrom of sex, drugs, and murder? Cast Reese Witherspoon in the part of Little Red Riding Hood, sit back and enjoy the dark-as-hell ride with her, Kiefer Sutherland, and director Matthew Bright who set out to have a morbid good time with classic material and succeeded.

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