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Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder Are Huge Fans of Each Other

The two longtime friends -- and Destination Wedding co-stars -- each gush over the other's iconic work, and we comb over their extensive careers in the latest episode of the Rotten Tomatoes podcast.

by | August 27, 2018 | Comments

If you frequently went to the movies or turned on cable TV at any time during the late 1980s and 1990s, chances were pretty good you would see something starring Keanu Reeves or Winona Ryder. The two young stars rose to fame in movies like Bill & Ted’s Excellent AdventureBeetlejuicePoint BreakHeathers, and of course, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, in which they appeared opposite each other as doomed lovers Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray.

This weekend’s Destination Wedding marks the fourth time the longtime friends have been co-stars, and the two of them sat down with RT’s Jacqueline Coley to talk about working alongside each other again, remember terrible wedding experiences they’ve endured, and gush over each other’s iconic roles. And speaking of which, Jacqueline and co-host Mark Ellis also dove into both Keanu Reeves’ and Winona Ryder’s extensive filmographies — including their four collaborations — on the latest installment of Rotten Tomatoes’ By the Numbers podcast.

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Destination Wedding opens in limited release on Friday, August 31.

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