See, even Michelle Williams has to deal with that awkward stage between having a pixie cut and… not having a pixie cut. It’s pretty cool that she’s choosing to wear the length as is (which is admittedly kind of Kate Gosselin-esque, no?) without going the extensions route, which she could so easily do. Don’t worry, Michelle, you still look adorable! I’d still marry you, and that Jason Segel lad, too! Take me in as your concubine! I’ll meet you in Red Hook! Creepy? Creepy. [Photo: WENN]
I couldn’t place my finger on who Michelle Williams looks like on the cover of AnOther magazine until — damn! I got it! Mimi from “The Drew Carey Show.”
Only Michelle and her sweet face make electric blue eyeshadow look demonstrably less evil. [AnOther]
I can’t help but feel like things are just a little more right with the world when Beyonce finds time to hang with her Destiny’s Child sisters Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. If you listen closely, I’m pretty sure you can hear the sound of babies laughing, birds chirping, and, oh yeah, the cha-ching! of more money entering Queen Bey’s bank account. See one more shot of Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle — with Bey’s mom Tina and a random friend (or cousin?) — after the jump! Keep reading »
There’s no story like “The Wizard of Oz,” but the upcoming film “Oz: The Great and Powerful” adds a new twist on the classic tale, telling the story of the Wizard himself, before Dorothy came skipping up the Yellow Brick Road. James Franco plays the future Wizard, while Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz play the three witches, Glinda, Theodora and Evanora. The latter — Evanora, the Wicked Witch of the East — is pictured in the just released poster for the film, in theaters on March 8. I’ll be there, tornado or not.
Amy Adams is a really wonderful actress (check her out in “The Master” — she gives Philip Seymour Hoffman an amazing handjob, trust us). But for as great as she is, she’s never really been on the high fashion radar. So we thought she was a surprising choice as Band of Outsiders newest celeb model. BoA is not above stunts — earlier this year they held the “longest runway show ever,” which was basically just a storefront window with models in rotating outfits — and in the past they’ve used both Michelle Williams and Rupert Grint as models. Here, Amy does an admirable job of presenting the Boy by Band of Outsiders collection in a naturalistic, girly way. More photos after the jump!
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“Ryan’s a great cook, he’s really good at improvising. He said something sweet when we were in that rehearsal period. He did a lot of the cooking and a lot of the dishes, and I think finally I said to him, ‘Ryan, this isn’t how it goes. This doesn’t feel real to me.’ And he said, ‘I know, Michelle, but you have a home and a kid. You’re cooking when you go home so I feel bad making you do it here too.’”
– Michelle Williams, who’s promoting the fantastic movie “Take This Waltz,” is still being asked questions about Ryan Gosling and their 2010 film “Blue Valentine.” This is what she told the Guardian UK about the time she and Ryan spent living together in preparation for their roles as husband and wife. Swoon. [Guardian UK via Videogum]
Michelle Williams was spotted leaving her dermatologist’s office this morning, wearing a charmingly mixed and match ensemble, featuring a shirt with tiny hearts and printed shorts. We’re digging her not-so-matchy-matchy girly style. This looks like an outfit her daughter Matilda might have even picked out — and the heart shirt? Well, we’ve found the exact one she’s wearing. Steal her style after the jump! Keep reading »
Be still my throbbing ovaries. Jason Segel took girlfriend Michelle Williams’ daughter Matilda (with her late ex Heath Ledger) out with him on a food run in Brooklyn. Michelle and Jason must be pretty serious — she was in San Diego this weekend for Comic-Con and it appears Jason took on the task of taking care of Matilda while she was gone. [Photo: INFDaily]
This is what Michelle Williams wore to a special New York screening of “Take This Waltz.” I can’t really decide how I feel about it — on the one hand, I like the fact that she’s wearing something that seems a bit outside of her regular comfort zone. it’s less straight up feminine and more overtly sexy than a lot of the girly frocks she typically goes for. But then, I think the lace-up corset effect on the top looks a little cheesy. And I can’t co-sign on the white shoes (why not black?). What do you think?