Could a reunion show be in the works for the former cast of the late-nineties television show, “Dawson’s Creek”? According to Michelle Williams, it’s not out of the question.
The 31-year-old actress spoke about the possibility to NYMag’s Vulture at Sunday’s (April 22) premiere of her new film “Take This Waltz” at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City saying, “"[James] could totally ask! I've always said, I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that."
In preparation for it's theatrical premiere in June, a new trailer has been released for Sarah Polley's film, "Take This Waltz".
The drama, which stars Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams, focuses on the relationship between 28 year-old Margot (Williams) and her happy marriage with cookbook author, Lou (Rogen) - that is, until Margot meets her neighbor Daniel (Luke Kirby) and they begin to have an undeniable mutual attraction to one another.
The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” stud and the “My Week with Marilyn” babe are said to be enjoying the beginnings of a romantic relationship and were spotted out in New York City together this past week.
Coinciding with the film's Stateside DVD release, Michelle Williams hit the red carpet once more for the Tokyo premiere of "My Week With Marilyn" on Tuesday (March 13).
The 31-year-old, who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her role in the movie, charmed the audience members packing the Roppongi Hills venue while hoping to boost ticket sales ahead of the biopic's March 24th Japan release date.
Tonight, Michelle - who wore a red Louis Vuitton gown with Fred Leighton jewels and a pink crocodile clutch - will compete against Glenn Close, Viola Davis, Rooney Mara, and Meryl Streep for the Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar. Her “My Week with Marilyn” costar Kenneth Branagh is up for Best Supporting Actor.