Winona Ryder can sympathize. The two actors played Mina Harker and Jonathan Harker respectively in a cast that also included Gary Oldman (Dracula), Anthony Hopkins (Van Helsing), Cary Elwes (Sir Arthur Holmwood), Monica Bellucci (Dracula's Bride), and Tom Waits (R. M. Renfield).
In one of the films many memorable scenes, Ryder and Reeves' characters Wednesday while a jealous Dracula transforms their friend into a vampire.
In an Entertainment Weekly interview occasioned by their new film together, Ryder revealed that the two "actually got married in 'Dracula.' No, I swear to god I think we're married in real life".
When probed on her statement, the actress remarked, "No, I swear to God, I think we're married in real life". As it turns out, Coppola called in a real Romanian priest to preside over the fictional characters' marriage, but perhaps it wasn't all make-believe.
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Which leaves Keanu, as EW tells it, with one final thing to say: "Oh my gosh, we're married".
"We said yes?" asked Reeves.
But Ryder reminded him that they went through the entire ceremony, even exchanging vows. "It was on Valentine's Day". As it was previously reported, she and the Point Break actor are now in the middle of a promotional tour for their upcoming movie together, Destination Wedding.
Alongside her fashion-designer husband, Scott Mackinlay Hahn, the update suggests Ryder has been married to Reeves since 1992, until "forever".