Thursday, July 26, 2018

Michelle Williams on the September 2018 Cover of Vanity Fair Magazine


Michelle Williams who recently got married, will be on the promo trail soon for her new Marvel movie 'Venom' and she is the September 2018 cover star of Vanity Fair magazine. On the cover which was shot by Collier Schorr, Michelle is wearing a seafoam green sweater and a forest green pencil skirt. In the issue, she talks her recent marriage, a new outlook on her career, and the lessons she learned from the pay-gap scandal that rocked Hollywood. Continue below to read some excepts from her interview. For more on Michelle's feature, visit VanityFair.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 


Wrangler jeans and a Manny Gammage hat.


On finding out about the pay gap between her & Mark Walhberg:
You feel totally de-valued. But that also chimes in with pretty much every other experience you’ve had in your workplace, so you just learn to swallow it. A private humiliation became a public turning point.

On her career choices:
I always like to do things I haven’t done before—genres, parts. I like a challenge. And one of those challenges has been stepping into a bigger world.

On being harassed by the paparazzi right after Heath Ledger's death:
To have that kind of attention, in such an aggressive way, around you and your child, when so much of it is coming from what truly is tragedy for a family. . . it’s a kind of violence. It was unmanageable to be stalked like that, every moment of the day. So I left, in a desire to create a sane home environment. I’ll never forget going to the post office and seeing a sign hung on the wall for anyone with information about myself and my daughter, to please call this number. Um, so I took that down.

On finding a sense of expansiveness through life & love:
This kind of freedom, it’s the thing that I look for. It’s been a theme in my life. It’s the thing that I experience in Montana, the thing that I experience onstage, the thing that I get in my work in between ‘action’ and ‘cut.’ I’m free. I’m free.



Everlast ensemble and Under Armour shoes

Credit: Vanity Fair


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