Just added a new photoshoot set done last November to USA Today. Gorgeous!
Thanks Becca for this one. More video spamming later, with “The Dilemma” premiere related. 🙂
Me loving spamming you with Winona videos today. Another one promoting “The Dilemma” (quite adorable):
I just found this interview, is the same posted here a couple of days ago but this time has some edition, plus a behind the scene shot.
It was also recapped, in better quality.
I just found out this Winona interview promoting Black Swan. Check it out:
Back in the late ’80s and early ’90s, Winona Ryder won audience’s hearts for being quirky and dark, with films like 1988’s ‘Beetlejuice’ and 1990’s ‘Edward Scissorhands’ (both helmed by Tim Burton) and, my personal favorite, 1989’s ‘Heathers.’ She made her mark as the first “manic pixie dream girl” — sure, she’s slightly different, but you can’t help but fall in love with her.
Ryder’s expressive, big eyes and penchant for sad, relatable characters made her super lovable. As the young emo-goth Lydia Deetz in ‘Beetlejuice,’ one of her first roles, she gained stand-out praise alongside established actors Michael Keaton and Alec Baldwin.
Her follow-up, as Veronica Sawyer, in the super-dark high school satire ‘Heathers,’ solidified her place as a movie star.
In 1994, Ryder won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination for her role in ‘The Age of Innocence.’ She was nominated again for the Best Actress Oscar in 1995 for ‘Little Women.’ Then she showed real chops in 1999’s ‘Girl, Interrupted,’ holding her own against Angelina Jolie’s tour-de-force performance and really making an impact on audiences. In 2000, Ryder was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Continue reading From ‘Black Swan’ to ‘The Dilemma’: Is Winona Ryder Having a Comeback?