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Reese Witherspoon's career continues to move onward and upward.
The A-lister has proven that her run-in with the law will not be affecting her work. The star, who appeared at her film's premiere a few nights after her arrest, has been shooting her upcoming film The Good Lie, and has now signed on as a producer for a new project.
According to Deadline, Fox 2000 has acquired Depth Of Field, a screenplay by J. Mills Goodloethat that is an Americanized version of Get Her Off The Pitch (the 2009 bestselling memoir by Times Of London cultural critic Lynne Truss) which Witherspoon will produce alongside Twilight producers Karen Rosenfelt and Bruna Papandrea.
No other details on the upcoming project have been released.
The actress was recently busy promoting her indie drama Mud (out in theaters now), costarring Matthew McConaughey, who plays a fugitive who forms a pact with two teenage who try to help him evade the bounty hunters on his trail so he can reunite with his true love (Witherspoon).