Why Acting Is A Safe Space For Michelle Williams

Why acting is a safe space for michelle williams

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Why Acting Is A Safe Space For Michelle Williams” – below is their description.

The star of Steven Spielberg’s new film, “The Fablemans,” Michelle Williams, talks about how secure she feels on the set of a film and how that sense of security has allowed her to do such great work. “The Fablemans” is in theaters now. #Colbert #TheFablemans #MichelleWilliams

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