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Michelle Williams: 'Take This Waltz' Trailer!

Michelle Williams: 'Take This Waltz' Trailer!

Check out the official trailer for Michelle Williams‘ upcoming movie, Take This Waltz!

The 31-year-old My Week With Marilyn Oscar nominee stars opposite Seth Rogen, Luke Kirby, and Sarah Silverman in the comedy about Margot (Williams), a woman struggling to choose between two different types of love.

The film, written and directed by Sarah Polley, will be available On Demand on May 25 and will hit theaters on June 29.

ARE YOU EXCITED to see Michelle Williams in her upcoming film Take This Waltz?


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  • AbFab

    I love Sarah Polley’s work! And Michelle and Seth are both great actors so I can’t wait to see this movie.

  • Tori

    I have had enough of this homely, self-absorbed woman.

  • ev

    I can’t wait to see this movie. love Michelle

  • Birdie

    I really wanted to like this trailer, but it looks awfully boring.

  • emma

    Can’t wait to see !

  • Peapo

    @AbFab:
    I love Sarah Polley’s work too. Just wanted to give you a shout out!
    The film looks brilliant!

  • http://twelfthnight.tumblr.com Lynnette Lai

    I watched this trailer ages ago and I wept. I love Sarah Polley’s work and Michelle Williams is doing so much great work, can’t wait!

  • rebecca

    this looks incredibly boring and mediocre. i hate that sarah silverman is cast in the bitter voice of reason friend role. she’s better than that.

  • http://website,computer Dave From Canada

    When I read the article how she had to choose between “two different types of love”, I honestly believed that Michelle’s character had fallen in love with both a man And a woman. Then I watched the trailer……we’ve seen this type of movie before – a married woman falls in love with another man. The trailer looked boring and like a slow moving soap opera. I’ll pass on this predictable stuff.

  • Garry

    Saw this movie a while back, it was good but not great.

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