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Manchester by The Sea has been selected to the Toronto Film Festival, the premiere will be on September 18.
Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams and Kyle Chandler star in this emotionally overwhelming and critically acclaimed drama from writer-director Kenneth Lonergan (You Can Count on Me, Margaret), about a reclusive handyman who must face his painful past when he returns to his Massachusetts hometown after the sudden death of his beloved older brother.
I hope Michelle will attend the Festival, the rehearsals for The Greatest Showman begin in September and the filming in late October. Manchester will be released on November 18.
Maurizio Bavutti has photographed Michelle for Instyle Magazine, michelle looks beautiful as always, she shared some thoughts on her first memory of Broadway :
“I don’t know if it’s my first memory of Broadway, but the first thing that pops into my mind is seeing Fiona Shaw in Medea. They had to force me to leave the theater. I didn’t want to. I couldn’t come unglued from my seat. I didn’t want the experience to be over.”
Michelle, Jessica Lange, Megan Hilty, Jessie Mueller, Cynthia Erivo, Lupita Nyong’o and Laura Benanti join THR’s Scott Feinberg to discuss their lives, work and the roles for which they could win on June 12.
“I’m incredibly honored to be recognized for my work in Blackbird, and especially thrilled to share this morning with Jeff and our entire production. David’s play is an adventure every time we step onto that stage, and this moment feels equally exciting. I look forward to celebrating with everyone at the Belasco tonight.”Playbill
Ms. Williams received a nomination for her role in “Blackbird,” a dark drama about the relationship between a young woman and her abuser. The show also received nominations for best revival of a play and best actor (Jeff Daniels).
Q. How does this compare to the other awards you’ve been nominated for?
A.When that’s happened to me in the past, like an Oscar nomination, one is awfully aware of the machine behind such things, the campaign of it, if you will. And there hasn’t been an iota of that here. It’s just, as far as I have experienced, me and Jeff walking out onstage together each night and giving it everything we have to give. So it feels different and quite nice.
Q. How did you find out about the nomination?
A.I had just dropped my daughter off at school and my phone started going crazy.
Q. What does it mean to have Broadway acknowledge your work?
A. I’m new to it. I want to be here and I want to work hard to deserve a place here. I love this work and this life and the community of it. I love the working from home aspect of it. The NewYorkTimes
Michelle Williams didn’t watch the nominations announcement because she was dropping off her daughter at school. “My phone started going crazy,” she recalled to THR. She then emailed co-star and fellow Tony nominee Jeff Daniels: “We’ve seen each other through the tough times — which is doing this play — and it’ll be nice to share a warm, happy hug.”
In contrast to film and TV awards, where “you’re often very aware of a campaign,” Williams is thrilled about the Tony nomination because of her character, who reunites with the man with whom she was in a sexual relationship when she was just 12 (and he was 40). “What’s so great about this is I can help give a voice to somebody, to say ‘This is what it’s like 15 years later, this is how long abuse lives on, when someone is irrevocably damaged by what happened to her as a child,'” she explained. “People come up after a show with a certain look in their eyes that says, ‘I’ve been there,’ and [some] have been brave enough and sweet enough to say so. For just one of those interactions, it’s worth it to have spent the last six months on this show.”
She doesn’t plan to particularly celebrate; rather, “I’m gonna go to work, down to that beautiful stage at the Belasco, do my warm up and continue to work on the play, to try to make it more real, true and alive.” Hollywood Reporter