Meet Avatar Maisie. Loooped into life and ready to take on a big mission: change the future of fashion.
If Maisie Williams wanted to hit the brakes on the whole revenge-killing thing, it would be perfectly understandable. As the cherubic assassin Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, she’s already perfected the art of striking back. But the 23-year-old actor knows a great part when she sees one, which is why she can now be
With the hit series behind her, the 23-year-old British actress is ready to forge her own path, both with a new crop of films and as a brand ambassador for Cartier’s Pasha collection. Last fall Maisie Williams turned heads during Paris Fashion Week, wearing matching outfits (and makeup) with her boyfriend, Reuben Selby, while sitting
Maisie, you once described success as getting to learn things on set that you didn’t think yourself capable of. Has that influenced the characters you choose to play? (Laughs) That’s funny that the young me was like, “I want to learn new skills!” I get what she was saying but these days I’ll do a
The 23-year-old New Mutants star talks to Craig McLean about making revenge comedy ‘Two Weeks to Live’, why she wouldn’t jump to watch ‘Game of Thrones’, and why women have to create their own stories to escape tokenism Maisie Williams zooms into view, all Eighties club-kid fashion, heavily kohl’d eyes and shaggy, bleached blonde hair. It’s a bold
“First of all, she’d have to be introduced to Elvis Presley…” Maisie Williams has opened up about her hopes for a second season of Two Weeks To Live. The Game of Thrones star, returning to TV for the first time since the HBO show ended, recently told NME what she would like to see for