Sure to be a thrilling adventure, Disney revved up audiences with the release of its first movie poster for “Oz: The Great and Powerful” on Wednesday (July 4).
The colorful and ominous scene paints a picture right out of L. Frank Baum’s 1900 novel along with the 1939 class “Wizard of Oz,” and audiences get a taste of what’s to come as the characters walk down the infamous yellow brick road.
Capping off a full day in the spotlight, Michelle Williams was the center of attention as she arrived for a special screening of "Take This Waltz" in New York City on Thursday night (June 21).
Clad in a black Altuzarra frock with Givenchy kicks, the 31-year-old actress prettied up the Sunshine Landmark venue while joining alongside co-star Luke Kirby to promote their Sarah Polley directed dramedy - which is set for a limited U.S. release on June 29th.
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.