Look how pretty is this new photo shoots I have found:
This is kind of cute. Back in 2006 when Sienna Miller was shooting the movie “Factory Girl” she was spotted with a cropped do. Today it was published an interview at People website, in which she revealed it was inspired at Winona’s haircut.
“I took a picture of Winona Ryder into a branch of [salon chain] Toni & Guy in an effort to achieve her pixie cut, but when I walked out I looked as if I had a helmet on. My boyfriend at the time opened the door and closed it in my face.”
So, do you think it was similar?
Tim Burton did an interview to Collider website about his most recent projects, while promoting “Dark Shadows”, and of course “Frankenweenie” was one of the subjects. Check it the excerpts about Winona:
In the past decade, you’ve worked a lot with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, but they’re not involved with this film. However, you do have Martin Landau, Martin Short and Catherine O’Hara doing voices, and you’ve worked with them before, but not for a while. Was that purposeful?
Yeah, there was a little something to that. This is such a personal thing that I wanted to do whatever I could to keep it personal. Always, the voices have to be right. With Martin [Short] and Catherine [O’Hara], they’re so good. That’s why I had them do three voices each. To me, there’s a great energy with that. And Winona [Ryder], I hadn’t seen for many years. Same with Martin [Landau]. Anything like that just makes it that much more personal.
At any point in the casting, did you reach out to Daniel Stern or Shelley Duvall?
Burton: No, I didn’t, and not for any reason ‘cause they were great. There were certain elements that I thought were appropriate to do, as was, and then there were certain other elements that made it personal for other reasons, like working with Catherine [O’Hara], Martin [Short] and Winona [Ryder]. They weren’t on the original project, but it’s a similar thing in a different way.
Check the whole interview at the Collider website.
From IMDb (Melancholic_Swinton):
I (hesitantly) emailed Jay Anania (the film’s director), just telling him I was really anticipating the film etc. and if there was any new information. He very kindly and courteously responded confirming that it was now called The Letter (and would be distributed under that name), and that it is to be distributed by Wrekin Hill Entertainment (a sub-company of Lionsgate). Even he’s not sure when the film’s release date is, but said that he believes Wrekin Hill has contractually committed to release it this year, adding that it will most likely have a ‘small theatrical’ release and then ‘different VOD and dvd stuff’.
So I got a nice surprise today, my friend Jennifer (which runs leslie-bibb.net) got Sex & Death 101 in Blu-Ray and sent me screen captures of Winona’s scenes, plus menus and trailers. You can find now screen captures up in our gallery:
Bloody-Disgusting caught up with writer Seth Grahame-Smith during the “Dark Shadows” press conference and asked him for an update on “Beetlejuice 2″ and whether Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis or Winona Ryder’s characters will return.
It’s all possible. In terms of the story, however, many years that are between the two films will be the amount of years that are between the two story lines. It’s not a reboot or a remake, it’s a straight sequel with Michael Keaton returning as Beetlejuice.
Having in mind that it’s a big “IF”, would you like to see Winona back as an adult Lydia?