Michelle Williams ELLE UK

October 30, 2011 by staff 

Michelle Williams ELLE UK, Cover fish to another gig to add to his already impressive portfolio, Michelle Williams graces the cover of the December 2011 issue of ELLE UK.

The 31-year-old posed for a holiday-themed session taken by photographer Alexei Hay, while looking chic in a Prada print dress short edge of the harvest season of 2012.

As for the interview – which focused on his next film “My Week with Marilyn” – highlighted as follows. For more information, be sure to check ELLE UK!

When talking to the ghost of Marilyn:
“While we were shooting, which came out in the National Enquirer that the psychic had spoken to her and that she approved of what we were doing and she thought I was doing a really good job. So maybe she likes ! ”

Marilyn’s voice:
“I’ve studied the tapes. There is really nothing there for her, I could find anyway, it is there that she had a conversation with a friend … So it was not a template that was by your employer voice every day, so at one point has to do with imagination. ”

By assuming the role of Marilyn Monroe:
“I was very worried. It was disappointing to match people’s expectations and my own expectations.”

The parallels with the life of Monroe:
“There were so many connections and parallels for me in making this film. I was 30 when making the movie, the same age as Marilyn was when he filmed The Prince and the Showgirl, the image is based around our film. Filmed in the same study Pinewood, where the film was made. I had the same dress that Marilyn had been used and also shot in the same house, Parkside, where he stayed during filming. ”

In wanting to know the real Marilyn:
“I’ve always been more interested in the private sector Marilyn, Marilyn and monitoring. Even as a kid, my main concern was not with this personality larger than life behind the wall smiling, but with what was happening below. ”

As Marilyn experience was like in England:
“What happens Marilyn expected and what actually happened were two different things and have created discord and unhappiness for her in England. I was hoping to go to London and make a movie with the actor appreciated the time and I would hope that the respect he deserved and needed. When he arrived, he felt he was being abused and laughed. Olivier mocked her and treat her with the kind of attention she expected, but when you see the movie now, You can see Marilyn wipes the floor with the rest of the cast. All are very rigid and archaic manners, but if you were making that movie today there is nothing about their performance that is outdated or faded. She is very real, very in the moment and so beautiful. “

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