Twitter reacts to Reese Witherspoon throwing ice cream at Meryl Streep during Big Little Lies shoot

Production for season 2 of Big Little Lies featuring Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep began in March

FP Staff August 02, 2018 15:55:49 IST
Twitter reacts to Reese Witherspoon throwing ice cream at Meryl Streep during Big Little Lies shoot

The shooting of the next series of Big Little Lies is underway in Los Angeles and a few pictures have made their way on social media. Actress Reese Witherspoon's character Madeline Martha Mackenzie is seen throwing an ice cream cone at Meryl Streep's Mary Louise Wright (as the character Perry's mother).

Twitter reacts to Reese Witherspoon throwing ice cream at Meryl Streep during Big Little Lies shoot

Reese is sheen throwing an ice cream cone at Meryl's character. Image from Twitter/@mikehags15

The pictures broke Twitter as fans started commenting on the audaciousness of Witherspoon, even if she was in character. Here are the best of them.

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