Michelle Williams Editor's Picks

  • Films of the Year 2016 - Scott's Personal Picks

    It’s that time of the year again when film fans reflect on the year’s highs and lows at the cinema and share their own personal choices of what were the cream of the crop in 2016. So without further ado, here are my favourites of the year (*NB – My list includes films released both in the UK and US in 2016).

    1: La La Land

    When it came to the London Film Festival this autumn, the wave…
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Michelle Williams Movie News

  • Ridley Scott comments on replacing Kevin Spacey

    Ridley Scott recently opened up about replacing Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the World. Apparently it was a “simple” decision for Scott in the wake of Spacey’s sexual harassment allegations.
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  • Kevin Spacey replaced in movie just a month before its release

    Netflix isn’t the only company that’s cutting ties with Kevin Spacey in the wake of his sexual assault scandal. The Oscar-winning actor was set to appear in Ridley Scott’s All the Money in the World, but the finished film is going through some last minute edits.
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  • It's really happening, see the first image of Tom Hardy on set of Venom

    Tom Hardy, Riz Ahmed and Michelle Williams. Doesn’t sound like a comic book movie, does it? Especially one based on a character we’ve only seen appear in Sam Raimi’s poorly received Spider-Man 3. Nevertheless, Sony has outdone us all, they’re really going for it with this one. Venom starts shooting today and the first image of Tom Hardy on set has been released on Twitter.
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  • Veep star cast in Venom

    Deadpool got a Silicon Valley actor. Now Venom is looking to cast an actor from the HBO comedy series, Veep.
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Michelle Williams Movie Reviews

  • Wonderstruck Review

    Wonderstruck is ultimately consumed by the awfulness of its script.
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  • Manchester by the Sea Review

    Manchester by the Sea arrives in a climate of significant anticipation, but Lonergan has more than lived up to his reputation as a master dramatist and delivered a film that is as emotionally rich, as technically accomplished, and as devastatingly emotional as his two previous cinematic treasures.
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Michelle Williams Movie Features

  • Films of the Year 2016 - Scott's Personal Picks

    It’s that time of the year again when film fans reflect on the year’s highs and lows at the cinema and share their own personal choices of what were the cream of the crop in 2016. So without further ado, here are my favourites of the year (*NB – My list includes films released both in the UK and US in 2016).

    1: La La Land

    When it came to the London Film Festival this autumn, the wave…
    Read More »

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Michelle Williams Movie Trailers

  • Christopher Plummer appears in All the Money in the World trailer

    In wake of Kevin Spacey’s sexual misconduct scandal, director Ridley Scott decided to recast his character with Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the World.
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  • All the Money in the World Trailer

    A left-wing paramilitary organization in Italy hatches a massive kidnapping plot in the 1970s.
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  • Wonderstruck Teaser Trailer

    Based on Brian Selznick’s critically acclaimed novel, Ben and Rose are children from two different eras who secretly wish their lives were different. Ben longs for the father he has never known, while Rose dreams of a mysterious actress whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook. When Ben discovers a puzzling clue in his home and Rose reads an enticing headline in the newspaper, both children…
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  • Manchester by the Sea - Trailer

    An uncle is forced to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies.
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Michelle Williams Movie Interviews

  • An interview with Suite Française director Saul Dibb

    One thing that struck me with Suite Française was how much of a sweeping, epic feel it had to it all. Were there any particular films that you would refer to, or inspired you, while making the film?

    I don’t think there was anything in particular, really; I guess the biggest inspiration, the obvious one, was the book [by Irène Némirovsky] – the fact that it was written at the time, and it…
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