Winona Ryder’s Triumphant Return Heralded by “Black Swan”

Her iconic presence in the 90’s and early millennium in movies like “Edward Scissorhands”, “Reality Bites” and “Little Women” had all been halted when she was charged with shoplifting in 2001 by Saks Fifth Avenue where she was caught on camera stealing $5,500 worth of designer items. She was arrested and put on three years probation.

Now at 38 at 5’4” frame Winona Ryder was one of Hollywood’s original waif but she isn’t as waify looking anymore as she catches the world’s attention once again as an ageing ballerina who can’t perform in a New York City Production of Swan Lake and was taken over by Natalie Portman in “Black Swan”.

Recently seen in the Toronto Film Festival premiere of the psychodrama she showed her womanly curves in a black dress with a demure below-the-knee skirt and bustier-style neckline. A tattoo (meaning compassion and enlightenment in both its Indonesian and Tibetan meanings) on her left forearm didn’t go noticed.

Her iconic presence in the 90’s and early millennium in movies like “Edward Scissorhands”, “Reality Bites” and “Little Women” had all been halted when she was charged with shoplifting in 2001 by Saks Fifth Avenue where she was caught on camera stealing $5,500 worth of designer items. She was arrested and put on three years probation.

She, however, made acting appearances in some films in 2006 and even played Spok’s mother in Star Trek last year.

Next year, she has a major leading role in the Ron-Howard comedy “The Dilemma” with Vince Vaughn and Kevin James.

Source: The News Chronicle