Thanks to Depp Lovers for pointing this to us:
Winona was one of the 700 guests packed the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Resnick Pavilion Saturday May 28 for the L.A. opening of Tim Burton, a 700-work retrospective of the director’s career. I added the first batch of MQ pictures.
Thanks to my friend Lisa for the heads up, I was able to find smallish mq pictures of Winona last May 11th, at Loomstate. Check it in our gallery:
Hey you! Still working to add high quality screencaptures of Winona movies, this time is one of my favorites, “Heathers”.
Finally Winona goes out after a long time. She attended last night the Loomstate’s celebration of Earth Day and talked a little about her movie with James Franco. Sadly, was able to find just one picture.
At Loomstate’s celebration of Earth Day last night at Good Units, Winona Ryder apologized to us for seeming flustered. “I’m a little disoriented, I just came from work and I’m overwhelmed,” she said. She had just started shooting Jay Anania’s The Stare opposite James Franco two days earlier, “and today I had a six-page scene,” she laughed. “It’s going really great, it’s a fantastic project, I’m really super, super excited about it. It’s such a good script, it’s obviously a great opportunity to work with a great actor like Franco, and the other cast” â€” including Josh Hamilton, Marin Ireland, and Katherine Waterston â€” “is fantastic.” The synopsis for the film, which casts Ryder as a playwright who begins to mentally unravel before premiere night, initially recalls Black Swan (which Ryder also appeared in), and the actress didn’t dispute the comparison last night: “There’s a big twist that I can’t reveal, but it’s sort of almost that Black Swan thing where things are coming out in her play.” But does she get to go mano a mano with Franco (who co-stars as an actor in the play), the way Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis had a physical throwdown in Black Swan? “I can’t say,” Ryder admitted after much hesitation. “There’s one very, very … Ah, I can’t even say. But there’s something that happens, so it’s going to be great.”
Thanks to my friend Roberta we have now high definition screencaptures of 1998 Woody Allen’s “Celebrity”. Check it: