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"I think David Harbour is such a … he's a role model for a lot of people on set. He's really amazing to watch," says Joe Keery (Steve Harrington on the show).
While world events were at the forefront of people’s minds, stars also let loose and celebrated at the 2017 SAG Awards. There were reunions (Superbad!), funny face-inspiring memes (Winona forever!), sweet father-son moments (meet Jack Marsden), Meryl Streep acting like Ryan Gosling’s mom, and more.
President Trump’s executive order to ban immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries prompted people to protest at airports across the country, but that wasn’t the only place. At the SAG Awards Sunday night, many actors took to the stage to speak out.
The 2017 Golden Globes television nominees include a litany of small-screen veterans, some of which have been at it since they were fresh-faced kids. Winona Ryder made her debut at 15 years old in the film Lucas, and 32 years later, she hopes to bring home the Globe for Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama for playing bereaved mother Joyce Byers in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Christian Slater has brought home a second nomination for his supporting role in Mr. Robot.
Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke reunited Monday at the Gotham Awards — 22 years after they co-starred in Reality Bites — and suddenly, we feel the urge to cue up “My Sharona” and dance. The stars served us a healthy dose of ’90s nostalgia at the New York City awards show honoring indie filmmaking. Hawke, 46, received a special award for his career, a Gotham Tribute, and 45-year-old Ryder, his co-star back in 1994, was on hand to present it at the star-studded Cipriani Wall Street bash.
Every year, for maybe the past decade, someone comes out with a profile on Lindsay Lohan, asking the question: Can she finally make a comeback? Why is it so many other stars are able to bounce back from scandal and make the world love them again, but Lohan can’t?
A series that wants to evoke scary movies of an earlier era, Stranger Things is a nostalgia piece set in the '80s that seems designed to appeal to kids and adults.
Johnny Depp’s ex-girlfriend Winona Ryder is coming to the star’s defense amid allegations that he physically abused Amber Heard throughout their relationship. Ryder, 44, said Depp was “never abusive at all” during their four-year relationship. “I can only speak from my own experience, which was wildly different than what is being said,” Ryder told Time.
Johnny Depp’s latest love, wife of one year Amber Heard, has filed for divorce from the star just 15 months after their February 2015 walk down the aisle. Judging by the long list of ladies that Depp romanced before Heard, don’t expect the Alice Through the Looking Glass actor to be alone for long.
It’s been 25 years since Mermaids swam into theaters. The fish-out-of-water romantic dramedy starred Cher as a 1960s-era single mother of two daughters, played by Winona Ryder and a very young Christina Ricci in her first film role. Ricci was just 9 when she appeared on the Regis and Kathie Lee Show in 1990 to plug Mermaids.
Tim Burton’s ‘Edward Scissorhands’ (out Tuesday in a limited-edition 25th anniversary Blu-ray gift set) remains every bit as magical as when it first came out in 1990. Yahoo Movies has unearthed behind-the-scenes secrets from screenwriter Caroline Thompson and production designer Bo Welch. Click through for some incisive ‘Scissorhands’ scoop. (Photos: 20th Century Fox