“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”—Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013
Do you still love Michelle Williams? You never talk about her anymore. So excited for Suite Française and I hope The Double Hour with Joel Edgerton ends up happening too.
I doooo! This has been on my mind a lot lately actually, that my blog has not been reflecting my url at all. I’ve actually thought of changing it, but I feel so attached to it now, it’s like, who am I if not michellewilliamss??
But yes, I still adore her. It’s just that she’s been keeping it low these past few months, so there’s not much to talk about, or reblog. She’ll be doing Cabaret on Broadway soon, so that’s lovely, but, again, it’s not something that’s likely to bring us that many new appearances/pictures/footage/etc. Though I would love to be proven wrong.
Like you, I’m excited about Suite Française. That cast is wonderful, I really hope it results in something memorable.
As for The Double Hour, I agree, that would be so interesting! She hasn’t really made any thrillers (well, at least I count Shutter Island and Deception as more drama/mystery), so I’m curious to see her in that kind of setting. I haven’t seen the original film yet, though, so maybe I should check it out before getting my hopes too high.