James Franco will star with Winona Ryder in The Stare, a Jay Anania-directed film that is the first project funded by Waterstone Entertainment, a new producing/financing company formed by producer Jeff Kalligheri and Texas real estate developer and producer Steve Bowen.
Watersone gets started with The Stare, a drama in which a playwright (Ryder) finds her mind beginning to warp as she struggles to launch her next production. She’s plagued by dreams and visions of being watched, but can’t decide if she’s at the center of a manipulative plot or simply losing her grip on reality. Franco plays one of the performers in the playwright’s production. The film will shoot May 6 in New York. Franco is producing with his Vince Jolivette, with Kalligheri exec producing with Steven Garcia, Rich Hill and Eric Amadio. Franco previously starred in Shadows and Lies for the film’s writer/director Anania, a teacher of Franco’s who heads the directing program at the graduate film school at NYU. Franco’s repped by CAA, Ryder by Gersh.
Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is set to welcome eight notable stars from the worlds of film, television and music to participate in the networkâ€™s ongoing GUEST PROGRAMMER series. The upcoming roster features OscarÂ® and EmmyÂ®-winning writer-producer-director James L. Brooks, filmmaker John Carpenter, Oscar-winning actress and singer Cher, film producer Peter Guber, singer and actor Chris Isaak, late-night host Conan Oâ€™Brien, character actor Ron Perlman and Oscar-nominated actress Winona Ryder. Each star has programmed an entire night of their favorite films, which they will present with TCM host Robert Osborne.
Winona Ryder, whose film career includes Darren Aronofskyâ€™s Black Swan and Oscar nominations for The Age of Innocence and Little Women, will present four films in December. Her chosen movies include The Front (1976), starring Woody Allen; the Barbara Stanwyck-Gary Cooper screwball comedy Ball of Fire (1941); Born Yesterday (1950), with Judy Holliday in her Oscar-winning role; and Elia Kazanâ€™s A Face in the Crowd (1957).
Long time I don’t do this here. I was looking into my sources and managed to get some rare HQ pictures from older events Winona attended. Some I’m not that sure about it, because there was no indication of which event was, so if you think I’ve added it wrong, just let me know. Enjoy all the cuteness:
I just came across this Spanish magazine featuring Winona on cover. Pictures are the same of 2009 Elle UK, but is always great see Winona covering some publication.
March 28th 1986. Winona’s first movie, Lucas, hit the movie theaters. Winona was Rina, best friend of the outsider Lucas, and, well, you already knows that…
Twenty-five years later, Black Swan hits DVD and Blu-Ray. Winona’s performance as Beth, the retiring prima ballerina, was so powerful that Noni love seems to be everywhere all over again.
These are only two moments of an extensive and brilliant career. Let us know, in the comments, which Winona’s performance are your favorite.
This pictures were published a while ago as if was Winona. Probably the original publisher has noticed it’s not her, but a good lookalike. What confused us, at the first, was the jacket and the t-shirt. Pictures was removed, but this post will be mantained here.
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