Chris has posted in our forum a quote from Natalie Portman talking about how was to work with Winona. Check it:
LfF: What was it like to work with Winona Ryder (who plays the ballet companyâ€™s previous Swan Queen, who usurped by Ninaâ€™s casting, spirals into self destruction)? Was she someone you looked up to, growing up as an actress?
Absolutely. I think Iâ€™ve probably watched her more than any other actress. If you think about how many great movies in which she had the lead roleâ€¦ I donâ€™t think thereâ€™s any actress that can compare. Between, you knowâ€¦ Mermaids and Heathers and Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands and Reality Bites and ummm Dracula, Age of Innocence, Little Womenâ€¦ Itâ€™s crazy when you think about it. Most actresses have one of those movies. Sheâ€™s really iconic and I was really excited to get to work with her and she was amazing. She was kind and professional and patient, because you know there were days when sheâ€™d have to wait around for a long time. She just was completely humble and wonderful, and to watch her turn on such extreme emotions so quickly â€“ it was just an honour to watch her work and I hope I get another chance.
CBS has just launched five clips of upcoming “When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story”, and I did captures to be added at the gallery. Videos can be found in our video archive.
Golden Globe winner and two-time Academy Award nominee Winona Ryder (The Age of Innocence, Little Women) and Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Barry Pepper (61*, Saving Private Ryan) star in the new Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story. The film, premiering on CBS Sunday, April 25, 2010, 9-11pm ET/PT, is based on the true story of the sorely-tested but enduring love between Lois Wilson (Ryder), cofounder of Al-Anon, and her husband Bill Wilson (Pepper), cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
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I’m building a new video archive, where you’ll be able to watch the videos (just like youtube), and just uploaded some official video interviews posted on “The Lois Wilson Story” official website.
For now on, we only have 7 videos (all this movie related), and you can watch it on this link:
Movies >> The Lois Wilson Story
Feel free to embed the videos elsewhere, you’ll find the embed link at the right sidebar.
Today, we celebrate our 6 years old! I really didn’t expected this site will longer that much. But I’m glad it did. Also, I’m glad I could find, through this site, awesome Winona fans, that’s here daily waiting for news and pictures as much I do it. You guys are incredible!
And Winona, my dear, maybe you never had visited this site. But you’re the reason we are here for long six years. And I hope, for more and more, celebrating your live and career. 🙂