Winona is still filming The Experimenter in New York and yesterday she was caught on Madison Square doing what seems to be a very emotional scene. Thanks to my friend Marica we have some HQ pictures added to the gallery:
Finally, I got in my hands a high-definition copy of Beetlejuice and now we have HD caps added to the gallery!
I also replaced the screencaptures of Great Balls of Fire, The Crucible and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Blu-Ray), so you can also check those by following the links below:
Winona is currently in New York filming The Experimenter, starred also by Peter Sarsgaard. The film follows the experiments of Stanley Milgram, an American social psychologist, who developed the idea of six degrees of separation and the infamous Obedience Experiments at Yale.
The experiments saw people follow instructions blindly and confirm to the point they were willing to shock their peers with up to 450 volts.
On the film, Winona is the social phychologist Sasha Menkin. Check below pictures taken on Saturday while Winona was filming with her little co-star Lucy Fava.
Untagged photos of the shoot Winona did to Red Magazine has been finally added to our gallery. Check it:
Last week Winona was spot on set of a upcoming campaign for fashion label Rag & Bone at Brooklyn’s famed Coney Island. You can find some pictures added to our gallery, courtesy of celebspix.ru.
The Hollywood Reporter – Peter Sarsgaard and Winona Ryder are starring in Experimenter, The Stanley Milgram Story, an indie drama written and directed by Michael Almereyda.
The movie will start shooting June 5 in New York and is being produced by Uri Singer of B.B. Films, Fabio Golombek of F.J. Productions, and Intrinsic Valueâ€™s Aimee Schoof and Isen Robbins.
According to the producers, the script is based on “the true story of famed social psychologist Stanley Milgram, who in 1961 designed the controversial Obedience Experiments at Yale University, observing the responses of ordinary people who believed they were sending harmful electrical shocks to an affable stranger.
“The experiments were about conformity and authority, and their implications continue to be deeply unsettling and resonant. But this was just the start of a wide-ranging career for Milgram, who also came up with the Small-World Experiment, the basis for Six Degrees of Separation.”
Sarsgaard is playing Milgram, while Ryder is playing one of his students, Sasha Menkin, who helps with the experiments and with whom he falls in love.