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Originally posted 02/24/2016 07:50PM
"What's your damage?"
Originally posted 12/07/2015 09:00PM
"No one I know could exude the adjectives I've listed as perfectly as Winona does," Jacobs wrote in the announcement.
Originally posted 12/02/2015 05:15PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4628432344001"] If you hadn't heard of Edward Scissorhands and someone told you that American movie-goers once fell in love with a movie about a robot with scissors for hands, you might have trouble believing it. But that's exactly what happened 25 years ago this week: This bizarre, beautiful movie opened in theaters on Dec. 6, 1990.
Originally posted 10/13/2015 04:50PM
If someone asked you to name a Christmas carol, you'd probably have no trouble naming a dozen of them. If someone asked you to name a Halloween song, however, you might not be quite as quick to think up a complete playlist. You see, while Halloween can compete with Christmas well enough in the decoration and candy departments, there just aren't that many traditional songs associated with Halloween.
Originally posted 09/20/2015 02:50PM
The star hasn't aged in the past 10 years
Winona Ryder Confirms a Beetlejuice Sequel Is Happening – and Seems as Excited About It as the Rest of Us
Originally posted 08/11/2015 12:15PM
Beetlejuice star Winona Ryder haltingly confirmed a sequel to the beloved black comedy on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday.
"It was very hush-hush, top secret," Ryder, 43, said on the show while also admitting, "I really don't know much more about it than anyone else."
Originally posted 12/22/2014 08:45PM
It'd be hard counting how many times someone's said "Beetlejuice" since Tim Burton's film of the same name came out in 1988, but you'd think it would be enough times to warrant a reappearance, wouldn't you?
Originally posted 07/01/2014 02:15PM
The two gorgeous ladies (and one gorgeous guy) star in fun new ad campaigns
Originally posted 06/19/2014 10:30AM
They call it "The First Commandment of Getting Inked": Never get your significant other's name tattooed anywhere on your body. You never know when things might end, and if they do, you might find yourself scarred for life – literally. (Or maybe not...)
Originally posted 06/03/2014 11:15AM
According to author John Green, his acclaimed young-adult novel The Fault in Our Stars was intended as a revision of the classic cancer-story tropes of saintly sufferers and soft-lit deaths.
But there's one convention the upcoming film adaptation doesn't subvert – like many of their cinematic predecessors, Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort spend their last months positively glowing.
It's yet another reminder that, in the movies, dying is often the best makeover.
In anticipation of the opening of the film adaptation of the book, here's a brief history of beautiful people in movies who left us too soon.
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