Keanu Reeves has opened up about a surprising story about his Dracula co-star, Winona Ryder.
Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder part who played the lovers in the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola dark drama Dracula, married in a scene – but it could mean that they are technically married in real life.
Reeves, 57, recently revealed that the weddings in the film were made by an actual pastor and he and the Stranger stuff Star, 50, could be husband and wife, reports the New York Post.
“We did a whole lot of a wedding ceremony with real pastors,” Reeves said Esquire. “Winona says we are. Coppola says we are. So I think we are married under the eyes of God.
Knight also claimed that the two actually tied the knot in a Greek Orthodox church in Los Angeles.
“We are actually married to Dracula,” she revealed in a 2018 interview Entertainment Weekly Market Interview. “No, I swear to God, I mean, we’re married in real life. In that scene, Francis [Ford Coppola] used a real Romanian priest. We shot the master and he did it all. So I think we are married. “
“This is quite authentic and I think very nice because we actually did the ceremony and the pastor did the ceremony,” Coppola told Guardian in 2018. “So in a sense, when we were all done, we realized that Keanu and Winona were really married as a result of this scene in this ceremony.”
Ryder an John Wick The actor has been friends for decades and has starred in other films such as 2006’s A Scanner Darkly, The Private Life of Pippa Lee in 2009 and 2018 Destination wedding.
Reeves was also profiled for EsquireThe next December issue, in which his other friend and regular co-star Sandra Bullock said the two “could have survived” as a couple, but denied ever dating him.
“Keanu is a guy who, I feel like, is friends with every woman he’s ever dated,” said the 57-year-old Oscar winner.
“I do not think there is anyone who has anything terrible to say about him. So maybe we should have survived. I do not know.
“But we did not survive anything,” said Bullock, who played with Reeves Speed. “We just get to grow up on parallel roads and type our hats and meet for a meal and try to work together. And the longer the time goes by, the more I’m impressed by the human being.
“Would I be able to say that if he dumped me and made me angry?” Probably not, “Bullock said.
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