20 years ago, the comedy “Sweet Home Alabama” hit American cinemas. Now Reese Witherspoon remembers the famous movie in an Instagram post.
Reese Witherspoon (46) celebrates the 20th anniversary of her movie Sweet Home Alabama – Love in a Roundabout Way. To do this, she traveled back in time with her fans. The actress shared on Instagram A collection of their favorite scenes.
The Oscar winner writes: “Sweet Home Alabama came out 20 years ago and completely changed my life.” The memories of shooting and the great actors are incredible. For example, Smit Josh Lucas (51), Patrick Dempsey (56), Dakota Fanning (28), Melanie Lenski (45), Jean Smart (71), Ethan Embry (44), Mary Kay Bliss (74), Fred Ward (1942-2022) and Candice Bergen (76). Witherspoon’s favorite line is “So I can kiss you whenever I want.” Finally, she asked her followers if they remember when they first saw the movie.
The movie Love was a huge hit at the box office
“Sweet Home Alabama” was released in US theaters in September 2002. There, the film grossed over $35 million in its opening weekend and grossed over $130 million in theaters during its runtime. In Germany it wasn’t until December. The comedy grossed an additional $53 million at the worldwide box office. The budget was $30 million. The film is named after the Lynyrd Skynyrd song of the same name.
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