, star in the mini fashion film set to premiere on February 20 and will show how “music is much more than mere sound and rhythm.
This story casts music herself as the central character of an unfolding drama across cultures, space, and time.” PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jesse Williams Pictured: Jesse posing with held at The Underground Museum on Thursday (February 9) in Los Angeles.
American magazine Star reports Williams was seen kissing Jonze outside his Lower East Side Manhattan apartment on July 2nd.
An onlooker told the publication: 'Michelle kissed Spike with a closed mouth on the corner of his lips.'There was definitely a bit of caressing going on. The body language was very romantic.' New couple: Spike Jonze (L) and Michelle Williams (R) pose with co-star Catherine Keener (C) at the premiere of Synecdoche, New York at the Cannes Film Festival in May Williams first met Jonze in 2006 when she auditioned for his film adaptation of the Maurice Sendak children's book Where The Wild Things Are.
Jonze was married to fellow director Sofia Coppola from 1999 to 2003, and Coppola clearly based Giovanni Ribisi‘s character in “Lost in Translation” on her perception of Jonze, which may explain where he got the idea.
After Jonze and Coppola divorced in 2003, he began dating Karen O, who was nine years his junior and just beginning to take off with her band, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Actress Chloe Sevigny, who also auditioned for the movie, said last year: 'I auditioned for Spike Jonze on Where The Wild Things Are, but Michelle Williams got the part.
It’s about Spike Jonze, freshly divorced, dating a much younger woman, Karen O, as she becomes a world famous rock star.
This erroneous idea: It just makes things more complicated." Jonze is the first man Williams dated after the devastating death of ex Heath Ledger, with whom she shares a three-year-old daughter, Matilda.
depicts a recent future in which operating systems exist that can grow, learn, and adapt like human consciousness.
Joaquin Phoenix’s character, the introverted, depressed Theodore Twombly, spends much of the film conversing and falling for "Samantha," an artificial intelligence voiced by Scarlett Johansson.