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Reese Witherspoon plays recovering heroin addict in touching wild trailer

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The first look at Reese Witherspoon’s much anticipated new film Wild, based on the Cheryl Stayed’s best selling memoir by the same name, has arrived. The 38-year-old Oscar winner “went method with the hair and no makeup” according to director Jean-Marc Vallee [Dallas Buyers Club], to play a recovering heroin addict, who, after the death of her mother, decides to walk to 1,100 mile Pacific Crest Trail on her own.

Stayed originally sent the book to Witherspoon with a note that read, “I can’t imagine who else would do this.” The cast also includes Enlightened’s Laura Dern, as Stayed’s mother, Michiel Huisman [Game of ThronesNashville], Gabby Hoffmann [Uncle Buck, Girls], and Thomas Sadoski [The Newsroom].

The trailer also features Beck‘s 2014 moving song “Turn Away,” from his 12th studio album, Morning Phase.

Wild is out in theaters on December 5.

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