Winona Ryder was spotted at LAX today dressed from head to toe in black, with her hunk new boyfriend James Goodwing. I’ve added pictures to the gallery, you can check it below:
A huge thanks to Craig, who scanned and sent the most recent issue of California Style to us. And I need to say, the editorial is BEAUTIFUL! Someone comented on forums that photographers always try to make her look ugly on pictures (and always fail) with their weird production. Thank you, Sheryl Nields!
You can find scans in our gallery. If reposting, DO NOT DIRECT LINK, please. I found the Blackbook scans being reposted using the direct link of our gallery, it ruins our monthly bandwidth. If you want to repost, use imageshack.us or something like that to host the images.
Today is Winona’s birthday. Another one that we celebrate together. Winona Forever and all visitors and fellow fans would like to wish you an AMAZING day with your dear ones. we love you!
Winona is cover of November issue of Blackbook magazine, in a nine pages+cover and interview. Totally awesome!
You can check the scans the gallery, thanks to Kelly.
Synopsis: After 20 years, a successful author Henry McCarthy (Polish) returns to his home town to give a commencement speech, only to fall in love with his old crush Scarlet Smith (Ryder) but is asked to the prom by a sexy high school senior Shasta O’Neil (Duff). Henry faces tough decisions which cause him to consider his love for Scarlet who’s the perfect girlfriend, but when Principle Marshall (Chase) give advise on love things start to become hilariously entertaining.
LA-based American Cinema International has added the Polish Brothers’ high school film Stay Cool starring Winona Ryder and Hilary Duff to its AFM roster.
Mark Polish, Chevy Chase, Sean Astin, Josh Holloway and Jon Cryer also star in the tale of a successful author who falls for his high school sweetheart when he returns to give the commencement address.
Michael Polish directed the Initiate Productions film from Mark Polish’ screenplay. Both brothers produced.
“Stay Coolis a sharply written and directed film, eliciting great performances from an amazing cast,” ACI president Chevonne O’Shaughnessy said. “The chemistry amongst the ensemble cast really brings the story to life and delivers both funny and dramatic takes on a peculiar set of circumstances.”
“We’ve been on the lookout for a great, original comedy with mass commercial appeal and Stay Coolis a slam dunk in this category,” CEO George Shamieh said. “The film has the irreverent freshness that audiences are drawn to and truly appreciate.”
Cindy Bond brought the film to ACI and runs the faith and family production label Mission Pictures with O’Shaughnessy.