For the fourth consecutive season, Michelle Williams is the star of Louis Vuitton’s handbag campaign shot by Peter Lindbergh. For Spring 2015, Williams channels a moodier persona, sporting black outerwear and denim separates alongside Vuitton’s roomy satchels and shoulder bags. Check the beautiful pictures added in our gallery.
Deadline is reporting that Sony Pictures has acquired the wolrdwide rights for the still Untitled Kelly Reichardt Project.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has closed a worldwide rights deal for the untitled film that Kelly Reichardt just wrapped in Montana. Starring Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart, Michelle Williams, James LeGros, Jared Harris and Lily Gladstone, the film is a series of vignettes that revolve around the lives of people in small-town Montana. Reichardt wrote the script based on short stories by Maile Meloy.
Reichardt previously directed Night Moves, Meek’s Cutoff and Wendy And Lucy. Neil Kopp, Vincent Savino and Anish Savjani of filmscience are producing. Todd Haynes and Larry Fessenden are the exec producers.
The first photos of Michelle attending earlier today the Louis Vuitton Fashion Show during Paris Fashion Week has been added in our gallery:
Michelle attended today in Paris the Suite Française premiere. She was joined by co-stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Kristin Scott Thomas, Lambert Wilson and director Saul Dibb for the event.
We have the first pictures added in our gallery. Since the UK premiere will be tomorrow, we hope to have more pictures to share by then!
Suite Française will be released on Friday (March 13) in the U.K. and the first reviews are getting released. Michelle stars alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in the Irène Némirovsky adaptation. The movie is getting good reviews so far and especially Michelle’s performance is getting praise. We will round up the reviews in this post:
“The main focus is indeed the fragile-but-burgeoning relationship between Lucille Angellier (Michelle Williams) and Commander Bruno von Falk (Matthias Schoenaerts), but Suite Française also seeks to depict the humanity that can sometimes be revealed in an enemy. Suite Française is an impressive and poignant portrayal of the civilian wartime experience of that era.”
–Amy McLelland, The Upcoming
The gallery was updated with the full photoshoot for Elle UK, including the ones already added replaced for untagged ones.