Michelle Williams initially carved out as a regular on Dawson’s Creek, and her eventual journey through cinema has yielded her four Oscar nominations (most recently a Supporting Actress nod in Manchester by the Sea). Williams, who can also be seen opposite Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman, was also a big part of this year’s news with the last minute reshoots of All The Money In The World.
Williams, who plays Gail Harris (the mother of John Paul Getty III) in All The Money In The World, thought the movie may have been a “lost cause” after the Kevin Spacey sexual harassment news. Director Ridley Scott, armed with a talented cast and crew, leapt into action and hired Christopher Plummer replace Spacey as John Paul Getty.
Whether it’s more intimate stories (Matchstick Men, Someone To Watch Over Me) or epic driven fare (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator), Scott is a supreme storyteller, and in the clip below Williams talks about her admiration for the filmmaker:
All The Money In The World, co-starring Mark Wahlberg, is now playing nationwide.