After seeing previews for 'Silent Hill: Revelation 3D' and preparation for New York Comic Con 2012 was all set, we were excited to watch Michelle Williams take her spot amongst her coworkers at the NYCC panel. But when we got to the Javits Center, we thought to ourselves, "Did Williams get a haircut or something?"
Edward G. Robinson played gangsters, John Wayne played cowboys, Michelle Williams plays emotionally peripatetic women who break up with their husbands.
It's impossible not to do a compare and contrast between 'Take This Waltz' and 'Blue Valentine.' They elicit very similar emotions in the viewer and cover much of the same ground. Every spousal separation is unique, however, so rest assured the “getting there” is different enough to merit this new film which, while I can safely say I didn't enjoy, I recognize has some strong components.
Kids these days. They see Michelle Williams the movie star, wife of the late Heath Ledger, Joshua Jackson as star of the critically-acclaimed 'Fringe,' James Van Der Beek as the hit meta-character of 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, or possibly a fourth celebrity beyond that. Don't they know that Paula Cole's music once radiated from the docks of 'Dawson's Creek,' putting Michelle Williams on the map? So, might we ever see a reunion?
Mel Gibson’s attempts at resurrecting his career after a few highly-publicized meltdowns have been rocky, at best. Jodie Foster’s ‘The Beaver’ bombed. Recently, Warner Bros. passed on a screenplay Gibson acquired from ‘Basic Instinct’ writer Joe Eszterhas. But a celebrated cult director would like to lend Gibson a helping hand by casting him in a potential sequel.
Having played both the Toronto and Vancouver Film festivals last year, it's finally time for Sarah Polley's 'Take This Waltz' to hit theaters June 29. The film stars Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Luke Kirby and Sarah Silverman in the tale of a woman who meets someone she's attracted to, but is already happily married.