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Robin Thicke and wife Paula Patton, wearing a sexy, black sheer mini-dress, posed and kissed in front of photographers at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Baggage Claim' on Sept. 25, 2013. Check out photos from the premiere.
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Michelle Williams is set to make her Broadway debut in a 2014 revival of the racy musical "Cabaret."
The story is set in German in 1931 during the Nazi Party's rise to power and focuses on the Kit Kat Klub, a seedy cabaret club. Williams, a 32-year-old three-time Oscar-nominated actress will play Sally Bowles, a young British cabaret performer, organizers said. Liza Minnelli had played the part in a 1972 film and won an Oscar for her performance.
Michelle Williams and Jason Segel are going their separate ways.
The 32-year old starlet and the "How I Met Your Mother" actor have split after dating for about one year, according to People magazine.
Check out photos of Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and James Franco at the premiere of "Oz the Great and Powerful" on Feb. 13, 2013.
Weisz wore a bright Victoria Beckham Spring 2013 gown. Williams walked the "yellow brick road" footway in white, short-sleeved Prada dress with a sparkling flower design and black Prada T-bar sandals with Swarovski crystals. Kunis wore an embroidered gray Dolce and Gabbana frock and silver Christian Louboutin peeptoe pumps.
A new official poster for the new Disney film "Oz The Great and Powerful" has been released and shows what fans of the "Wizard of Oz" franchise have been expecting eagerly -- an image of a witch.
A spokesperson for the studio told OTRC.com on Wednesday, December 19, that the identity of the person, who sports green skin and a black, pointy hat and corset dress, will not be identified for now.
Michelle Williams and boyfriend Jason Segel did not get engaged during San Diego Comic-Con, the actress' rep told OnTheRedCarpet.com on July 25.
The Australian tabloid Woman's Day reported that the "How I Met Your Mother" actor proposed with a written note, which he hit in a purple bouquet, held by Williams' 6-year-old daughter Matilda.
Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis joined director Sam Raimi at Comic-Con in San Diego on July 13 for the "Oz: The Great and Powerful" panel. Williams dished to reporters before the panel that she felt very lucky to be a part of the production and considered it a family film.
"I felt very lucky to be included in that group and also to put ... it's nice to put a little good back into the world," she said in an interview provided by Walt Disney Pictures, the film's studio. "I think it really is, at its heart, a family movie and I was excited to be a part of that."
The trailer for the film "Oz: The Great and Powerful" made its debut at Comic-Con in San Deigo on July 12 and features glimpses from the world of Oz and the CGI technology used in the film.
The film stars James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz and is adapted from the L. Frank Baum novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." The trailer can be seen below.
Michelle Williams says she was initially "terrified" to tackle the R-rated, highly sexual drama film "Take this Waltz," although it was not because of her nude scenes.
The movie, which is set for limited release on Friday, June 29, chronicles a happily married woman, played by Williams, who is married to Seth Rogen's character, Lou Rubin. The 28-year-old freelance writer analyzes her five-year marriage while exploring something new with the artist across the street, played by actor Luke Kirby.
Michelle Williams was on-hand to support rumored boyfriend Jason Segel at the premiere of his new film, "The Five-Year Engagement."
Though the couple didn't pose for pictures together at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere, they were spotted cuddling together at an after party. People magazine reports that they were affectionate all night, whispering in each other's ears and exchanging the occasional kiss on the cheek.