Reese walks the prank
Reese Witherspoon has confessed she thought co-star Mark Ruffalo was seriously injured on the set of their new movie after he pulled a seemingly dangerous prank. The sexy actress was left reeling when Mark exclaimed he was fed-up with her behaviour while shooting 'Just Like Heaven' and leapt from a second floor window. But Reese, 29, didn't realise Mark had set up an elaborate stunt and had laid out crash mats to cushion his fall. She explained: 'We were doing a scene and Mark said, 'I can't stand you, I want you to get out.' Then he jumped out the window. 'We were on a second-story platform up in the air, and he'd got the stuntmen to put out mattresses and not tell us. We all screamed, then he popped up and jumped back in the window. It was so funny.' Meanwhile, Reese surfs the internet to see what people think of her. The Legally Blonde star confessed she spends hours cruising online chat rooms late at night. She revealed: 'I'll go on the internet late at night and find out what people really think about me.'
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