October 10th, 2000 by Luciana | No Comments |
“The devil is an abusive tool used to discipline children,” insists Ryder adding that “adults find it convenient to blame the devil for things they do.”
Ryder exorcised the devil from her life at a young age.
October 7th, 2000 by Luciana | No Comments |
As we write this, with Halloween 2000 approaching and a spate of devil themed movies hitting the big screens, we snatched up the opportunity to speak to the star of one of ‘em, Winona Ryder of Lost Souls. Ryder, born Horowitz — and to some interesting conversation down below — has had a remarkable career that has seen two nominations for an Academy Award (for Supporting Actress in Little Women and The Age of Innocence) and great roles in dramas Reality Bites and Girl, Interrupted (where she stepped back and let Angelina Jolie steal the show, IMHO).
October 1st, 2000 by Luciana | No Comments |
You never know what to expect from Winona Ryder. The actress who practically grew up on screen has been everything from funny and scary, to romantic in movies. Having just recently played a character who falls in love with Richard Gere in Autumn In New York, Ryder is now mixing it up with the devil in order to rid the world of evil in Janusz Kaminski’s Lost Souls. Sitting down with Ryder, I decided to play devil’s advocate and probe along with her the kinds of demons she’d like to exorcise from Hollywood.