Michelle Williams cozied up to director Cary Fukunaga Monday for a walk near her Brooklyn home. It seems that Cary is her latest director love interest after dating Spike Jonze from 2008 to 2009. Cary was the man behind films like Sin Nombre and March's Jane Eyre. We interviewed Cary Fukunaga at a press day for the latter movie, and he spoke about how he's dreaming about working on a sci-fi musical. But for now, 33-year-old Cary confessed to be looking forward to a Spring and Summer break! He also admitted to doing some clothes shopping at the Brooklyn Flea, which is conveniently located just blocks from Michelle's house. Cary's actual next project will be No Blood, No Guts, No Glory, a Civil War-era heist story. Michelle had a different guy on her arm at the Met Ball, but it looks like Cary may be the main man in her life at the moment.
Director Cary Fukunaga looked sharp last night at the NYC premiere of Jane Eyre alongside the stars of the film Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender. Earlier this month, the Sin Nombre director stopped by San Francisco, where I chatted with him about his latest movie, a darker take on the Charlotte Brontë novel. Cary says the classic tale has elements that will always be universal, including a woman who will not disrespect herself in the name of love. Find out how he thinks Mia's performance stacks up to past Jane Eyres, why he thinks the movie needs to be made again in 2011, and what historical details you should watch out for when you watch Jane Eyre, out Friday. Watch our interview now!
Jane Eyre director Cary Fukunaga debuted his film-making talents in the 2009 film Sin Nombre, and now his adaptation of the classic Charlotte Brontë novel is hitting the big screen with stars Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska. We sat down with Cary to chat about lining up the two actors and the difficulties of putting an iconic story on the big screen. Also, let's face it — he's easy on the eyes. Check out our chat below.
Michael Fassbender and his Jane Eyre costar Mia Wasikowska posed for photos last night at the NYC premiere alongside their great-looking director, Cary Fukunaga — check out our chat with Cary about his first big screen project since 2009's Sin Nombre. The gang was in the Big Apple to promote their modern take on the classic Charlotte Brontë story, though Michael has also been busy shooting a new movie called Shame. He, Mia, and Cary were on the East Coast last month for their film's junket — stay turned for video from our chats! Michael even shared a bit about his love life during our talk, and his rumored girlfriend, Zoe Kravitz, turned out yesterday to show her support. Zoe and Michael met working on their upcoming X-Men: First Class, which seems like it's going to be awesome judging by the first trailer.