Michelle Williams in red Louis Vuitton at the ‘ATMITW’ premiere: vibrant & stunning?

Los Angeles premiere of 'All The Money In The World'

Here are some photos from last night’s LA premiere of All the Money in the World, which will probably always be known as That Film That Went Through Reshoots So Ridley Scott Could Edit Out Kevin Spacey. Ridley Scott moved like lightning to recast the role of J. Paul Getty, which was already shot by Kevin Spacey last year. When Spacey was outed as a predator and a pedophile, Ridley cast Christopher Plummer, who basically left his vacation in Florida, flew to Italy and shot for nine days straight to replace Spacey.

Michelle Williams turned up in a surprisingly vibrant and lovely Louis Vuitton dress. This shocks me! Michelle usually wanders around red carpets looking like a scared, child-like ghost from the Civil War. When asked about the reshoots, Michelle said she was happy to support Ridley and happy to go and basically do some unpaid reshoots because “They didn’t pay me that much anyway, so whatever.”

Los Angeles premiere of 'All The Money In The World'

Los Angeles premiere of 'All The Money In The World'

Here’s Mark Wahlberg. When asked about Kevin Spacey, Marky Mark said “Everybody is obviously entitled to due process — but I didn’t know what to think.” I’m flat-out amazed by how many white dudes believe that Sex Predatorgate is about due process and criminal justice. I mean, considering Wahlberg’s own history as a hate-crime-committing thug, you would think he would be more suspicious of the criminal justice system.

Los Angeles premiere of 'All The Money In The World'

Here’s Plummer, looking dapper.

Los Angeles premiere of 'All The Money In The World'

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Lucy says:

    I hate her hair , it’s too blonde..

  2. minx says:

    Her platinum hair is so aging.
    And Mark Wahlberg is a dumb pipsqueak with bad skin. Another one who needs to stfu.

  3. Esmom says:

    I think she looks lovely. I’d been getting tired of her hairstyle but I’m feeling it here.

    As for Marky Mark, did anyone actually expect a thoughtful and/or enlightened answer from him?

    • Megan says:

      Wahlberg needs a new publicist. Anyone worth their salt would have known this was coming and would have prepped him with an answer that didn’t make his sound like the douche bro that he is.

      • laulau says:

        I think in reality, Mahky-Mahk is sort of the supreme leader of douche, this is just him giving his base what they want.
        It’s not like I’ve seen him in anything since Boogey Nights anyway.

    • tracking says:

      +1 on both counts.

  4. Jayna says:

    That gown is stunning. I love the color.

  5. Lucy says:

    She looks lovely. I even like her hair here.

  6. manta says:

    I there a reason she’s totally MIA when it comes to the promo tour of The greatest showman?
    She shares top billing with Jackman, Efron and Zendaya on the poster but it seems only these 3 pop on every talk show to sell it.
    She looks great here.

    • Annie S. says:

      Chances are she’s been working on the reshoots for ATMITW. I think she shares quite a bit of screen time with Spacey/Plummer’s character.

  7. Penelope says:

    LOVE the dress–she’s rocking it, too. Just wow.

  8. JEM says:

    She looks amazing!

    I need all of these men to stop talking about how everyone is entitled to “due process”. It’s a legal term that they’re misusing. People are only entitled to due process if the legal system is actually involved, which it isn’t since none of these fuckers have been arrested. “Due process” seems to be code for “we should treat these women’s stories with skepticism and err on the side of believing the accused instead of the accuser.” It’s so transparent – just stop acting like you actually care about women being assaulted!

    • AMA1977 says:

      Oh, God, I know. I am so tired of hearing/seeing “due process” when people are discussing these awful allegations. It’s like they heard it on Law & Order, thought it sounded smart, and now they’re dropping it into conversation like they know what they’re talking about. The court of public opinion has no due process. Act like a human being, and you won’t have to worry about being “tried” in it.

  9. Ruthie says:

    I’ve had a soft spot for Michelle for years. Interesting role choices that she has nailed. Anyway, fab actress. Fab dress. Keep on keepin’ on, Michelle. And Marky Mark is a decent actor, but should probably sit out some interviews for a while.

    • manta says:

      Same for me. It dates back to Me without you(with Anna Friel) and I’ve always found her choices interesting, even if some projects didn’t pan out.
      Land of Plenty, Wendy and Lucy and Blue Valentine are my top 3.

  10. manda says:

    I never really thought much of michelle williams’ looks but wow, she really is stunning. I wish I had the nerve to go short like that!

    • AG-UK says:

      I had that cut for years and now as it took me a lifetime to grow it out it’s naturally curly and shoulder length I am tempted too go short again but it’s hard work trim every 6-8 weeks now every 6-7 months. I miss it.
      I am sure she probably doesn’t get “women’s be looking like men’s” from men in NY.

  11. Taxi says:

    She looks so much better wearing grown-up clothes than her usual pathetic waif stuff.

  12. Lucy2 says:

    I like the dress, pretty and festive.
    Scrolling down and seeing Marky Mark was a bummer though.