Words matter. These are the best Michelle Williams Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I experienced a lot of loss after his death. I lost my city because of all the paparazzi descending upon us. I actually lost my journal during that time, oddly enough. I literally couldn’t hold on to anything.
I’m not lonely, and I think that has a lot to do with what’s on my bedside table rather than what’s in my bed.
When my daughter asks, ‘What do you do?’, every movie I have a different answer. As she grows, she wants more explanations.
I don’t believe that life is linear. I think of it as circles – concentric circles that connect.
I don’t think things through very often – I don’t project into the future about how a situation will turn out.
Grief is like a moving river, so that’s what I mean by it’s always changing. It’s a strange thing to say because I’m at heart an optimistic person, but I would say in some ways it just gets worse. It’s just that the more time that passes, the more you miss someone.
I’m not making any bets on the future.
The idea that you can get everything you want in one person is destructive, and maybe when you accept that the number is closer to 50 or 60 or 70 percent, that’s when you can start to make some progress in choosing the right person.
For me, relationships are the real action movies. Bombs are exploding every day and the kitchen is Ground Zero.
I’m not going to rush anything and scamper around like a mad person and make myself crazy.
I find that each job that I do, the thing that gets me there is when I’m not smarter than it, when I don’t know instantly how that thing is made. Because if I do, then it’s boring. Or it would be simple.
The possibilities are endless for me – Broadway, TV, music and film.
An interview is like a minefield.
When I was filming the Marilyn Monroe movie, I was listening to a lot of Leonard Cohen.
I am a huge Leonard Cohen person.
Whatever education I got was from experience and reading. But I also realize I wouldn’t pass my friend’s sixth-grade class.
Everything’s connected, and everything has meaning if you look for it.
Oh, Zoe Kazan – I’d move back to Brooklyn for her. She makes me happy with my life. Knowing her, being at her dinner table, going on a walk with her is the best of all possible worlds.
I don’t know what my version of a relationship or marriage is yet, because the typical model seems a little broken to me.
It’s all so personal, isn’t it? It’s hard to talk about work without talking about things that are personal. Work is personal. I don’t want to talk about my personal life, but it’s on my mind, and it’s in my work.
I’ve come to learn that the choices I labor over and go back and forth about and ask a million people for their opinions and make lists about… those are always the wrong choices.
Even the simplest things, I’m guilty of making really bad decisions a lot of the time.
I mean, I am still such the-good-girl. I want everybody to like me. I want everybody to be happy.
One of the best things – and something I’m grateful for every time I walk onto a film set – is my six and a half years on Dawson’s Creek and the experience it afforded me in how to get comfortable with the camera.
Every movie I make I find kind of excruciating. I get a lot back from it, but I feel like I’m kind of always working at the edge of my ability. I guess that’s what I’m looking for when I go to work. I am trying to become the edge.
I like to do weird things in the shower, like drink my coffee, brush my teeth and drink a smoothie. It’s good time management.
I love domestic life.
It felt as if things were literally slipping through my fingers. Things were just streaming away from me. I lost my sense of humor. I’m still looking for that.
I want a happy life.
Listen, I’ve always been very headstrong.
I was born with a fierce need for independence.
I’m not a happy person when I’m working.