The 54-year-old John Wick actor laughed about a possible marriage to his Destination Wedding co-star Winona Ryder while on The Talk on Monday.
In 1992 the pair starred in Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula. Ryder told Entertainment Weekly back in August that Coppola hired a "real Romanian priest" for a wedding scene involving their characters. Ryder played Mina and her fiance Jonathan Harker was played by Reeves.
"We actually got married in Dracula. No, I swear to god I think we're married in real life," Ryder told Entertainment Weekly.
Speaking on The Talk, the US chat show on Monday, co-host Carrie Ann Inaba asked him if it was true? Reeves said, "That's what Winona says.", Reeves said that Ryder is convinced the two are legally married. "Once in a while, I will get a text, ‘Hello, husband,'" he said. "I didn't really believe her, and then Francis Ford Coppola, the director of Dracula, contacted Winona and said publicly that, yeah, that really happened, the priest did a full ceremony, and Winona and I got married."
Ryder has been married to Scott Mackinlay Hahn since 2011, despite the possibility that the pair could be legally hitched since 1992. Since appearing in Dracula together back in 1992, the pair have remained friends and continued to appear in movies together such as The Private Lives of Pippa Lee and most recently "Destination Wedding."
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A perfect solution is to let the teenager calm down first so that the emotional distress goes down. From there, the teenager can start thinking rationally again, and you can work your way out of the crisis through a discussion after that.
Understand that there is nothing you can do to control the emotions that teenagers go through, and neither can they. You just have to let them run their course, and eventually, they'll settle on their own.
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So, when you see a teen in a crisis, the first thing you should do is calm them down. Everything else comes later.