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Were Carey Mulligan & Michelle Williams Separated At Birth?

If it weren’t for their nearly five-year age difference, we’d think Carey Mulligan and Michelle Williams were twins separated at birth. [Cannes, 5/18/10] Keep reading »

Ryan Gosling And Michelle Williams Are A Beautiful Pair

Do I really need to provide an excuse for posting this photo? It has something for everyone and by everyone I mean me and Catherine. Catherine is obsessed (but not in a scary way) with Michelle Williams, and really, if I am being honest, it is against the laws of nature that they are not friends. Universe, rectify that. As for Ryan, well, I think you have heard enough about our passionate-star-crossed-in-my-imagination-love-affair. If they didn’t look so cute together promoting our future favorite movie, “Blue Valentine” at Cannes, I might be jealous. [Cannes, France, 5/18/10] Keep reading »

Quotable: Chloe Sevigny Didn’t Always Appreciate Kissing Michelle Williams

“Back then, she was just a girl from ‘Dawson’s Creek,’ and I was super-indie, so I was like, Ew, gross.”

– Chloe Sevigny on smooching Michelle Williams in “If These Walls Could Talk 2″ [The Advocate] Keep reading »

Why We’ll Line Up To See “Blue Valentine”

Blue Valentine” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday, and while the crux of the movie seems a little depressing — a married couple trying to save their relationship — Amelia and I are excited to see it, but for very different reasons … Keep reading »

Michelle Williams Continues Her Depressing-But-Good Movie Streak


Since hitting the big time with her “Dawson’s Creek” character Jen Lindley, Michelle Williams has gone on to make mostly independent films. Besides “Brokeback Mountain,” a lot of her movies haven’t landed in theaters — at least not in wide release — and I’ve Netflixed a few of them recently. Right now, I’m halfway through “Wendy and Lucy,” about a young woman who lives out of her car with her dog, and I have to watch it in parts so I don’t get too down. It’s great, but depressing as hell. I think I might have the same reaction to her and Gael Garcia Bernal’s upcoming film, “Mammoth,” which comes to theaters Nov. 20. The movie tells the story of a young family that seems to have it all, until a series of events change their lives. Do you like movies that show the sad side of life? Or do you stick to comedies and lighter films? Keep reading »

Michelle And Matilda Brave The Rain

With the help of a personal umbrella holder and their trusty rain boots! [Brooklyn, 10/27/09] Keep reading »

Quote Of The Day: Michelle Williams Finally Speaks About Heath Ledger’s Death

“I was holding it together by a string and a paper clip in the fall and winter. I didn’t know if I could keep it all together… You console yourself by saying it’s all a deepening process. But it’s wired. After the first year, the pain is less intense; it’s less immediate. But the magical thinking goes away too. And that’s a whole new reckoning. But every time I really miss him and wonder where he’s gone, I just look at [Mathilda.] …

‘Brokeback Mountain’ was an unrepeatable moment in time, a very charmed time in my life. I was in love; I was in a movie I was proud to be a part of, and with a beautiful brand-new baby. Everything was good in that moment ….

I feel hopeful and grateful. For a while I thought we had lost everything. It makes you want to love better and live better.”

– Michelle Williams on her relationship with Heath Ledger and his untimely death in the October issue of Vogue [Oh No They Didn't!]

More gorgeous photos from the shoot, after the jump…
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We’re Jonze-ing For “Where The Wild Things Are”-Inspired Jewelry

You may know Spike Jonze as the director of “Being John Malkovich,” the ex-husband of director Sofia Coppola, or the current paramour of actress Michelle Williams. But on the eve of the release of his latest movie project, a live-action adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, he’s getting into the fashion business in a collaboration with Opening Ceremony. The mini-line’s theme ties in to the movie’s monster-y subjects and includes faux furs designed by Humberto Leon and claw jewelry designed by Pamela Love. After the jump, the metal horned look you can rock this fall. (Check out our “Where the Wild Things Are” inspiration board here.) [W] Keep reading »

Celebs We’d Be Happy To Hire — As Interns

Yesterday we told you about The Gap’s new intern, Kanye West, who joins a long line of celebrities (temporarily) giving up their high-paying day jobs in order to learn something new from the ground up. All of this got me thinking about which celebs we’d like to have intern at The Frisky and what tasks we would give them. After the jump, some of our writers and editors dish on who they’d like to fetch coffee and, uh, other stuff. Keep reading »

Television’s Worst Problem Children

Everyone’s buzzing about the teens on “NYC Prep” with shockingly bad attitudes. They may be complete brats, but they come from a long lineage of child douchedom that’s been keeping television going for decades. Here, a look back at their predecessors, the kids that have made their marks by being horrible. Keep reading »

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