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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Youâ€™re not man enough. You havenâ€™t the guts.â€ Winona Ryder’s Elizabeth Taylor with Marc Jacobsâ€™s Richard Burton.
Harperâ€™s Bazaarâ€™s March issue features a stunning spread capturing iconic scenes from films directed by Mike Nichols, with stars including Marc Jacobs and Winona Ryder reenacting Whoâ€™s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?