That’s either the look of unconditional love and patience, or two people who could power a small town on the energy from their pent-up horniness. In Michelle Williams’ case, it could very well be both.
I guess us thirsty hos who still occasionally look at Tom Hardy’s old MySpace photos are keeping the man in biz — Lady Gaga fans be damned! The same Little Monster army that went HAM on Ed Sheeran for implying she had two good albums and thought she was invincible pivoted to Tom, Michelle Williams and their comic book-based Venom, which opens against Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born this weekend. There was a Twitter Little Monster campaign where Gaga fans tweeted about how bad Venom was…and critics agree. Despite the shit reviews and smear campaign, Venom is on track to take the weekend! Continue reading
Most people expect to see Michelle Williams exclusively in Oscar bait that leaves you feeling like an emotional freight train hit you. After showing up with Amy Schumer in I Feel Pretty and now with MySpace’s favorite alum Tom Hardy in the comic book genre Venom, some, like me, wondered what she’s doing. While she initially blabbed on about how Tom was really a selling point in signing on, she gave us a huge dose of honesty by saying it sometimes just all comes down to how much she’s getting paid.
Talk About Rude, Michelle Williams Got Married To Her Man Phil Elverum Earlier This Month And Didn’t Tell Us
Not only did Michelle Williams rudely keep the news of her wedding to herself, but she also kept the news of her boyfriend to herself. The hell kind of GD celebrity is she? Doesn’t she know that as a celebrity she’s got to allude to dating a new dude by putting emoji hearts in the comments of one of his Instagram posts, and she’s supposed to post an up-close picture of her diamond ring a second after getting engaged, and do a sponsored IG story devoted to the Flat Tummy Tea cake she served at her wedding reception? Michelle Williams isn’t even on Instagram. So I don’t know why she’s even on the cover of Vanity Fair. I thought Vanity Fair only put celebrities on the cover. Michelle Williams should really be on the cover of Vanity Not Fair for not sharing every detail with us. For shame.
Fosse! Fosse! Fosse! Sam Rockwell And Michelle Williams Are Set To Star In A FX Limited Series With Lin-Manuel Miranda Producing
Jazz hands up, toes down! Sam “I always feel like somebody’s watching me” Rockwell and the other Michelle Williams are set to star in an FX limited series about dance legends Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon. Geeks like me rejoice! Only, can these two even dance? Variety reports that Lin-Manuel Miranda will be an executive producer and the first episode will be directed by LMM frequent collaborator Thomas Kail (also producing) who’s directed productions of “Hamilton” for the stage, as well as Grease Live! on Fox. The show, which is going by the title Fosse/Verdon for now, will be based on the book Fosse which I read because I can’t touch a hat without sliding my fingers across the brim back and forth. Yes, even ball caps.