LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michelle Williams knows that the comic-book movie "Venom" is not exactly the type of film she would normally do. The 38-year-old four-time Oscar nominee says however that she is opening up her own definition of herself and trying out new things.
Williams says she wanted to make sure that "Venom" is a film for the #MeToo era. She helped choose costumes for her character and even advised on dialogue by nixing lines that she thought were too passive or sweet. She co-stars in the film with Tom Hardy.
"Venom" hits theaters Friday.