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 Winona finally grows up
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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