Michelle Williams a inceput filmarile la noul ei film numit My Week with Marilyn in care ea interpreteaza roul blondei “sex symbol” Marilyn Monroe.
Filmul este bazat pe cartea lui Colin Clark, despre timpul petrecut de Marilyn in Londra in 1957 in timp ce filma filmul lui Laurence Olivier, The Prince and the Showgirl.
Alaturi de Williams mai interpreteaza si Eddie Redmayne in rolul Colin Clark, Kenneth Branagh in rolul Sir Laurence Olivier, Judi Dench in rolul Sybil Thorndike, Dominic Cooper in rolul Milton Greene plus Emma Watson, Derek Jacobi si Julia Ormond.
Filmul se va filma in timp de sapte saptamani in Pinewood Studios si in locatii din jurul Londrei. My Week with Marilyn este despre o saptamana din viata lui Marilyn in care scapa de viata din Hollywood si traieste in stil englezesc alaturi de Colin Clark, acesta fiind angajat de Olivier sa aiba grija de ea.
Regizat de Simon Curtis si produs de David Parfitt, filmul e bazat pe jurnalul lui Colin Clark, si a fost adaptat pentru marile ecrane de catre Adrian Hodges (serialul”Primeval”, transmis de BBC).
Michelle Williams has started shooting a new film called My Week with Marilyn where she plays the blonde bombshell and sex symbol extraordinaire Marilyn Monroe. The Weinstein Company made the announcement today (via Deadline) that filming had begun and attached a first look photo of Williams in costume as Monroe (thanks to HeyUGuys).
The film is based on Colin Clark’s book about Marilyn Monroe’s time in London in 1957 shooting the Laurence Olivier film The Prince and the Showgirl.
In addition to Williams, the all-star British cast includes: Eddie Redmayne as Colin Clark, Kenneth Branagh as Sir Laurence Olivier, Judi Dench as Sybil Thorndike, Dominic Cooper as Milton Greene, Emma Watson, Derek Jacobi and Julia Ormond. The film will shoot for seven weeks at Pinewood Studios and on location in and around London. My Week with Marilyn chronicles a week in the life of Marilyn where she escapes the shackles of her Hollywood career and embraces British life with Colin Clark, who was assigned by Olivier to keep an eye on her. Directed by Simon Curtis (mostly British TV movies) and produced by David Parfitt, the film is based on Colin Clark’s diaries and was adapted for the screen by Adrian Hodges (BBC’s “Primeval”).