Lock up your valuables and activate the alarms -- Winona Ryder is getting ready to hit Hollywood again.

The sticky-fingered star -- convicted of a shoplifting spree last year -- is in negotiations to appear in a new movie.

She's expected to join Everybody Loves Raymond headliner Ray Romano and Debra Winger in Eulogy.

If she signs up, Eulogy will be Ryder's first flick since being sentenced to three years' probation and community service for stealing $4,760 in clothes and accessories from Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills.

Officials at Myriad Pictures, which is producing the film, couldn't say yesterday whether the 30-year-old actress will be required to carry extra insurance because she is a convicted felon.

But they confirmed she is in "final negotiations" to join the cast.

Eulogy is a black comedy that follows three generations of a dysfunctional family who come together for a funeral and unleash a number of shocking family skeletons.

Michael Clancy wrote the script and will make his directing debut.

Ryder's last two films before her troubles with the law were Simone with Al Pacino and Mr. Deeds with Adam Sandler.