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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.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 09:50AM
The actress opens up about her love for vintage fashion, and her tumultuous thirties in a new interview
Originally posted 02/18/2014 01:00PM
Reality Bites turns 20 on Tuesday, which means the Gen-X classic is just a few short years away from chain-smoking and pontificating about post-college consumerism.
Two decades later, the film has become a '90s touchstone, as well as an underrated romcom classic – just whisper the name "Troy Dyer" to a woman over 30 and you'll be treated to an elaborate analysis on the romantic appeal of dudes in bands.
To celebrate the film's entry into its post-grad years, we've outlined the 20 best things about Reality Bites.
Originally posted 12/16/2013 04:00PM
After a successful run in Los Angeles, Heathers: The Musical is set for a March 2014 debut on stage in New York City. While Winona Ryder and Christian Slater probably won't reprise their roles, the show is bound to be better than eating a brain tumor for breakfast.
Originally posted 11/27/2013 04:15PM
Send the kids to Frozen and the adults to Homefront for a satisfying holiday weekend, says PEOPLE's critic.
Here's what to see and what to skip in movie theaters this Thanksgiving.
Originally posted 10/29/2013 04:00PM
Watch the birthday girl transform from young starlet to Hollywood mainstay
Originally posted 05/01/2013 06:25PM
Was it something she ate? Pretty much!
Winona Ryder is making a grand return to the spotlight, and she's sharing some tricks of the trade she's learned along the way.
For one: Just say no to nibbling scenes. While filming the lesser-known 1990 teen comedy Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, Ryder, then 19, says she learned this the hard way.
"There's a scene in my bedroom where I start eating Almond Roca," Ryder, 41, tells PEOPLE while promoting her new film The Iceman in New York City. "I was so young. It was before I knew the tricks of moviemaking, and I didn't know you shoot a lot of different angles."
Originally posted 04/30/2013 01:35PM
In The Iceman, Winona Ryder plays a woman in denial. A woman who doesn't seem to realize her husband is really a serial-killing hit-man.
And Ryder can relate – kind of.
"I think we all have stuff [from past relationships] we'd rather not think about," Ryder, 41, told PEOPLE Monday at the special New York screening hosted by Grey Goose. "Or things we remember differently in retrospect, or have selective amnesia [about]."
Originally posted 09/15/2012 03:00PM
Some things you totally see coming – that Bill Murray would be a great FDR in Hyde Park on Hudson, for instance. Or that Ben Affleck's Argo, about rescuing American embassy workers in Iran, would somehow nail the Hollywood satire/nail-biting escape genre. (Oh, who are we kidding? It created the Hollywood satire/nail-biting escape genre – and it's getting Oscar buzz to boot.)
Still, some things out of the Toronto International Film Festival continue to surprise, even now that the show's over.
Here are a few:
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