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Christina @ The Sound Lab Experience
Posted Under: Public Appearances on March 06, 2016 • Leave a comment

A few days ago Christina attended the Audi Presents The Sound Lab Experience At The Whitney Museum Of American Art. She looked beautiful, as usual. Pictures have been added to the gallery.


Gallery Link:
015 x Public Appearances > 2016 > Audi Presents The Sound Lab Experience At The Whitney Museum Of American Art – 03.02.16


Fall 2016 NY Fashion Week & Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 Show
Posted Under: Gallery, Public Appearances on February 21, 2016 • Leave a comment

Hello. I’ve added pictures of Christina at the Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week and the Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 Show to the gallery.


Gallery Links:
026 x Public Appearances > 2016 > Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week – 02.14.16
046 x Public Appearances > 2016 > Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 Show – 02.18.16


Entertainment Weekly’s Celebration & 22nd Annual SAG Awards
Posted Under: Gallery, Public Appearances on January 31, 2016 • Leave a comment

Hello. Christina recently attended the Entertainment Weekly’s Celebration Honoring The 2016 SAG Awards Nominees & The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. I’ve added pictures of her at them to the gallery. She looks beautiful, as always. Previews and gallery links below:

Gallery Links:
044 x Public Appearances > 2016 > Entertainment Weekly’s Celebration Honoring SAG Nominees – 01.29.16
187 x Public Appearances > 2016 > The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – 01.30.16

Also, as you can see I have put up new layouts at the main site and gallery. I hope you like them. I’d also like to mention that I changed the site’s main domain to christinaricci.net; however, you can still the site through christina-ricci.us for the time being.


Amazon Orders “Z: The Beginning of Everything” to Series
Posted Under: News, TV Shows, Z: The Beginning of Everything on December 18, 2015 • Leave a comment

Great news! Christina’s Amazon show “Z: The Beginning of Everything” has been ordered to series! Be sure to watch the pilot if you haven’t already!

Following the series order for “Good Girls Revolt” and the second season renewals for “Man in the High Castle,” “Red Oaks” and “Hand of God,” Amazon has picked up three comedy series, plus one more drama, Variety has learned.

Tig Notaro’s comedy “One Mississippi” was picked up, in addition to 30-minute series “Highston” from Sacha Baron Cohen and “Z: The Beginning of Everything,” which stars Christina Ricci. The drama “Patriot” has also been picked up. Additionally, Amazon ordered kids’ series “Danger & Eggs, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” and “Niko and the Sword of Light.”

“Z: The Beginning of Everything” is based on the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, the brilliant, beautiful and talented Southern Belle who becomes the original flapper and icon of the Jazz Age in the 20s. Ricci stars as Zelda and will also serve as an exec producer. Written by Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin, the series is directed by Tim Blake Nelson and exec produced by Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon of Killer Films.

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Christina Ricci back on screen in The Lizzie Borden Chronicles
Posted Under: News on May 10, 2015 • Leave a comment

By day she slaughtered her opponents with an axe, but by night, Christina Ricci found herself crying at the drop of an animal.

As a new mum, Ricci found almost anything would set her emotions awry – from animal welfare advertisements to sad news stories.

“It’s funny, everything changes when you have a child and you can’t really stomach the same stuff,” she says. “I would have full breakdowns when I used to watch like [RSPCA] commercials, and any story involving child abuse now I can’t handle it, or anything that’s too violent.”

And then she had to deal with going to work and playing the sociopathic Lizzie Borden, who bludgeons her parents to death, then spends her time terrorising small-town America? “When you’re filming it yourself it’s all plastic and fake blood and props that keep breaking, so it doesn’t seem real,” Ricci assures me. “So I was okay with that.”

What she wasn’t so okay with was people questioning her choice to return to work and film the show The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, two months after the birth of her son to husband James Heerdegen in August last year.

“I think most women understand you don’t actually have to make a decision, you can do both [work and be a mum.] But there was external pressure, from people who were like ‘I thought you were going to take a break at this point,’ and you have to ignore those people,” Ricci, 35, says.

While being a working mum has it’s difficulties, Ricci says she has tried to find a balance. Having a child is “absolutely wonderful,” and each mother will know what works best.

“I think when it comes to family, like having a baby, we are all incredibly vulnerable. It’s hard and it’s very stressful and there’s a lot of guilt involved, and I think ultimately you can tell when it’s not right.”

It’s been 25 years since Ricci first hit the big-time with film Mermaids, that classic 1990 comedy with Winona Ryder and Cher (if you haven’t seen it, please do so immediately.) In it she plays Cher’s kooky nine-year-old daughter Kate, a performance which saw her land the coveted role of Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family a year later. (more…)


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