Category: White Michelle Williams

Cate Blanchett Calls For The End Of Televised Awards Shows While Accepting A Critics Choice Award On The CW…

January 16, 2023 / Posted by:

The Critics Choice Awards aired on The CW last night, and a not-so-surprising guest crashed that shit like, “Bitch, I’m STILL here.” I’m talking about COVID-19. Nominees Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, and Jamie Lee Curtis, as well as presenter Michelle Pfeiffer, had to sit the show out after testing positive for Coronavirus. COVID-19 didn’t fuck with Cate Blanchett, though. She showed up to last night’s ceremony, won Best Actress for her performance in Tár, and used some of her time on stage to praise all actresses in the business and also declared that we need to finally call the time of death on the “televised horse race” known as awards shows. And then Cate galloped away with her Critics Choice Award in hand to place it right next to her two Oscars, three BAFTAs, four Golden Globes, three SAG Awards, and many other horse race prizes.

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“Everything Everywhere All At Once” Leads The Nominations For The 2023 Critics Choice Awards

December 14, 2022 / Posted by:

Choices, choices, choices! When did there get to be so many choices? Earlier this month at the People’s Choice Awards, the People had their say and chose Mariska Hargitay to get upstaged by Kathy Hilton and Olivia Wilde’s nipples. And now it’s time for the Critics to nominate their choices for future choosing at the 2023 Critics Choice Awards. And maybe because the Critics are canonically more critical than the People, they’ve chosen Everything Everywhere All at Once over Olivia’s nipples, which along with Don’t Worry Darling, were left out of the choices for future choosing altogether. Why, in my day, three white men with cigars in a secret Hollywood backroom made all the choices over the flayed body of a virgin sacrifice, but nowadays, it seems, everybody gets to choose!

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Michelle Williams Is Defending Jeremy Strong’s Intense Acting Methods

May 11, 2022 / Posted by:

Last year, Jeremy Strong had a whole lot of people thinking, “Shoot, it’s only an HBO show!” when he spoke of his long-rumored and very intense ways of getting into character and delivering a capital-P performance in a profile with The New Yorker. Some of Jeremy’s Succession castmates kind of agreed that it was a bit overkill to dive so deep into a role, whereas other serious thespian types, like Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Aaron Sorkin, all jumped to Jeremy’s defense. Jeremy was probably glad when all this chatter about his actor commitment quieted down (the silence probably helps him think of new ways to be intense). But we’re back talking about Jeremy once again, this time because of Michelle Williams. However, it’s less of a headache than the first time around, because Michelle is also pulling some Toy Story soundtrack vibes by letting Jeremy know he’s got a friend in her.

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“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” Had The Biggest Box Office Opening Of The Pandemic

October 4, 2021 / Posted by:

Patty Jenkins must be absolutely fuming since we know she hated releasing Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day. Because Venom: Let There Be Carnage is killing it at the box office. Venom 2 brought in $90.1 million at the domestic box office this weekend, giving it the biggest opening of the pandemic and the biggest opening of 2021, so far. I’m sure that the people at Sony were so excited that they just started shooting hot, black ooze all over the place.

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Open Post: Hosted By The Trailer For “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”

August 2, 2021 / Posted by:

Really what I’ve wanted to do since the first Venom movie came out in 2018 was go into a cryogenic sleep until today, the day the first trailer for Venom 2 came out. Sadly that proved impossible. And as a result, look at all the shit I had to sit through waiting for Tom Hardy’s fine ass to star in a movie where he’s not weighed down with 200 pounds of prosthetics or Leonardo Di Caprio. But my day of sexual reawakening has finally come!

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Michelle Williams Is In Talks To Play Steven Spielberg’s Mom In An Upcoming Biopic Directed By Steven Spielberg

March 10, 2021 / Posted by:

By all accounts, Steven Spielberg’s mother Leah Adler was a vivacious, creative, and talented woman known for her signature Peter Pan haircut, diminutive stature and exuberant personality. Nevertheless, according to Deadline, Steven’s in talks to have Michelle Williams play her in an upcoming movie loosely based on about his childhood in Arizona which he’s co-writing with Tony Kushner and directing himself. Yes, white Michelle Williams!

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