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“The split in 1993 was during the filming of Ed Wood and there were days he would come crying, I felt so bad. I asked him why it happened but all he said was, ‘It wasnt her fault, it was mine.’ And when he met Kate in January of 94, it wasn’t the same as Winona. I felt weird to be around him like he wasn’t acting like Johnny anymore. It’s almost like Winona took Johnny’s soul, Johnny’s love.”
- Tim Burton
Tim Burton is not the filmmaker he used to be. The haunting emotional resonance of an early project like “Edward Scissorhands” does not exist in something like 2010’s “Alice in Wonderland,” or the recently released “Dark Shadows.” (And if you think it does, please feel free to explain.) Since 2001, he’s been more content playing the Hollywood game: trying to sell the public on pre-packaged, risk-free commercial entertainment that looks pretty, has distinct colors, and usually features Johnny Depp exhibiting some kind of quirk for ninety-minutes. These projects are the cinematic equivalent of cotton candy
The eternally cool and totally idiosyncratic leading lady has a daring personal style that matches her unflappable acting presence.
The Irish lad has a smoldering — if slightly creepy — commitment to character. And he’s up for pretty much anything on camera.
Whether she’s sharing the screen with Muppets, Rocketeers or tragically-doomed lovers, Connelly has been an unmistakable raven-haired beauty.