Winona Ryder’s publicist has blasted reports the actress has been caught up in another shoplifting scandal as “not accurate”. The Heathers star, who was convicted of stealing $6,000 (GBP3,000) worth of clothes from a Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills in 2002, reportedly tried to leave a Hollywood pharmacy with make-up items she hadn’t paid for. Read more…
By Wendy Metcalfe
November 30, 2007 12:00am
WINONA Ryder believes actors are nauseating – particularly when they complain about their pampered lives.
“We’re sickeningly well-paid people who have charmed lives. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have problems,” says Ryder, the star of films as diverse as Alien: Resurrection, Heathers, Edward Scissorhands and the upcoming Sex And Death 101 opposite Australian actors Simon Baker and Sophie Monk.
Ryder, 35, has a point. It could even be argued that since she was convicted for shoplifting from a Beverly Hills department store in 2001, the problems have overshadowed the acting. Continue reading
After overseeing the Melbourne Festival production of his adaptation of an Indonesian epic poem, I La Galigo that opens tonight, Wilson flies to Los Angeles to complete a series of 21 video portraits of such people as Sean Penn, Brad Pitt and Winona Ryder. And, a documentary on his life, Absolute Wilson, will open in New York next week.
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