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Michelle Williams showed off a new shaved hairstyle at the launch for her friend and stylist Kate Young's Target collection in NYC yesterday. She wore a white tuxedo jacket and blue shorts, all from the Kate Young for Target collection, as she caught up with Kate at the event. Michelle has been laying low in her Brooklyn neighborhood over the past few weeks after she finished up her promotional duties for Oz the Great and Powerful. She has been keeping busy by running errands, including trips to the grocery store with daughter Matilda and taking walks with her dog Lucky.
Michelle's fellow Brooklynite Maggie Gyllenhaal — and her husband Peter Sarsgaard — also turned out to support Kate, as did House of Cards star Kate Mara, who looked gorgeous in a yellow dress. Both ladies also wore Kate Young for Target as they said hi to other Kate Young fans including Giada de Laurentiis.
Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful is finally opening this week, and we've got a sneak peek at the Emerald City. Get a good look at James Franco as Oz, in addition to stills of Michelle Williams as Glinda, Mila Kunis as Theodora, Rachel Weisz as Evanora, and some interesting little creatures.
James Franco had his leading ladies, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis, by his side on the yellow brick road carpet at the UK premiere of Oz the Great and Powerful today. Rachel donned a nude Michael Kors gown to join her costars in London after they premiered the film in Russia without her last night. James, Michelle, and Mila got dressed up for the Moscow debut after a busy day of promotional appearances.
Although Rachel missed out on the fun in Russia, she did make the trek to Japan last week. Rachel and James popped up in Tokyo to premiere Oz last Wednesday, and they'll keep up their busy schedule as the March 8 release date nears.
The stars of Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful stepped out for the world premiere of their film last night in LA, and we were live on the scene to capture all the action on the red carpet. Michelle Williams, James Franco, and Rachel Weisz all attended, as did Mila Kunis, whose boyfriend, Ashton Kutcher, was also on hand for the debut.
James Franco arrived by hot air balloon in a plaid Gucci suit for the event, while Mila walked the "yellow brick road" clad in a cream-colored Dolce & Gabbana dress. Mila told us that this would be her first time seeing the film and that she doesn't get nervous having friends and family watching with her. Though Mila was able to keep some of the film's big secrets under wraps, her costar Rachel Weisz — who wore a stunning orange Victoria Beckham dress — wasn't as tight-lipped, saying, "I have told some friends, but they'll keep it hush hush."
Michelle Williams, who plays Glinda in the movie, wore a white beaded Prada dress on the red carpet and shared her excitement about getting to help design and pick out her character's costumes. While her boyfriend, Jason Segel, and her 7-year-old daughter, Matilda, weren't with her on the red carpet, Michelle told us that she was looking forward to showing the film to her little one in a less "overwhelming" setting. Oz the Great and Powerful hits theaters on March 8.
— Additional reporting by Brittney Stephens
Oz: The Great and Powerful hits theaters next month and the leading ladies of the classic children's story reboot are promoting the project with InStyle's March issue. Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis, and Michelle Williams posed together for a glamorous shot and spilled about filming and family. Michelle touched on life with boyfriend Jason Segel while Rachel shared her favorite part of working with Michelle. Mila, who has been sticking close to Ashton Kutcher, talked about her tricky costumes. Here's more from Michelle, Rachel, and Mila in InStyle:
- Michelle on Jason: "He is nice . . . I didn't actually realize who he was before I started dating him. I mean, I saw the Muppets movie, and I thought, 'Oh, that's cute,' but the truth is I didn't realize he made a lot of very popular, funny movies or was on a TV show. But maybe more important, I didn't realize he was so tall. I thought, 'Hey, man, you're cramping my style!' I tried wearing wedge heels for a while to compensate, but it wasn't me and I just gave up."
- Rachel on the best part of filming: "Michelle's daughter and my son are about the same age, so they went to camp together, and we took them bowling. It was really fun for me and Michelle too, because you don't get that many mommy playdates in our business."
- Mila on her costumes: "I spent a lot of the shoot in a leather corset, wired up in a harness, and flying around in a costume that weighed 10 pounds. I hear some women enjoy wearing a corset, but tell them to try 17 hours of that and then get back to me."
Beyoncé Knowles gave a live performance for Super Bowl XLVII's halftime show tonight in New Orleans. She rocked the Superdome with her performances of hits old and new including "Crazy in Love" and "Single Ladies." Beyoncé was also joined by surprise special guests— her Destiny's Child bandmates, Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland — for a performance of their hit "Bootylicious," before she closed out the show with her song "Halo" to a rocking crowd — click through to watch her full performance.
Beyoncé gave a sneak peek into tonight's big show when she quieted critics by belting out an impromptu performance of the national anthem during a press conference in New Orleans earlier this week. It's an exciting time for Beyoncé leading up to tonight's big show — check out her road to the Super Bowl.
Director Sam Raimi gave audiences a sneak peek to his epic new film, Oz: The Great and Powerful, at this year's Comic-Con, but now we're treated to the full-length trailer. The teaser gave us a good feel for the film's whimsical aesthetic, but the new preview sheds some light on the Wizard of Oz prequel's actual plot. Shady magician Oz (James Franco) gets plopped into the Emerald City and is tasked with saving the land of Oz. Though he strives to do something great with his life, Oz is unsure if he can live up to the expectations of those depending on him, like witchy sisters Theodora (Mila Kunis) and Evanora (Rachel Weisz) and the luminous Glinda (Michelle Williams). If he succeeds, the kingdom, and all its riches, are his.
In short: this movie looks astounding. Raimi is doing it in 3D and I can't wait to be smack in the middle of the Emerald City — talking dolls, flying monkeys, and all. I'm especially curious to see the Wicked Witch 2.0; that flash of her fiery appearance at the end is chilling. I like that he's balancing the scary factor with a little bit of humor; I got in a chuckle at the munchkin part. Oz: The Great and Powerful hits theaters March 8, and you can watch the trailer after the jump.
The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival kicks off this week, and as we prep for A-Lisy red-carpet moments, we're taking a look back at highlights from years past. Ryan Gosling, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Winslet, and Oprah Winfrey are just some of the major stars who have screened their projects and wowed Canadian audiences.
Click through to see vintage photos of Reese Witherspoon, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and more — and make sure to follow PopSugar on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for live updates from press conferences, parties, and premieres!
Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis teamed up yesterday for a panel promoting their Oz: The Great and Powerful at Comic-Con. They're in San Diego along with the picture's director, Sam Raimi, to discuss their Wizard of Oz adaptation before it hits theaters next March. Michelle wore a printed Giulietta for the occasion, while Mila paired a Theyskens' Theory jacket with a Rag & Bone shirt.
After posing for pictures, the trio took the stage to speak about their project. In particular, Michelle talked about her experience with Sam. She said, "I've never made such a big movie before. I didn't know what it was going to be like. I didn't know if the things that concern me, Sam would have time for, or patience for. Not only did he have time and patience in the beginning when we were rehearsing, he had patience for them on the 17th hour of the sixth day. For me it was a very holistic experience; it was a real melding of my work life and my personal life. My film family and my real family." Make sure to check out what else Mila, Michelle, and Sam said at the Oz: The Great and Powerful Comic-Con panel — including what Michelle says about a Dawson's Creek reunion! Also, check out the just-released Oz: The Great and Powerful trailer.