Maisie attended the MCO: Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health : Photocall event today, I have added the images to our gallery enjoy!
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
For eight years, the British actress was one of television’s most beloved swordwielding, baddie-slaying teenage anti-heroines. Her next big act: mutant, producer, a champion for up-and-coming creatives, and possibly the next most powerful woman in entertainment and the arts. Here, an exclusive close-up. Even among superheroes, the X-Men have long been a metaphor for growing
Williams is embracing a bright future post Game of Thrones – and the chance to explore her distinctive take on fashion About 15 minutes into my interview with Maisie Williams, she jumps up from her seat to close the blinds. “Wait, there’s a woman taking a picture,” she says, arching a substantial eyebrow. A fan
Maisie Williams on Success and Being Part of an Empowered Generation. Famous for her portrayal of the young and tenacious Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, British actress Maisie Williams reflects on her success, the responsibility her generation holds, and the watch she feels is the perfect embodiment of achievement, confidence, and class. Here’s our
Two of the most influential twenty-somethings in cinema and fashion take on the role of comic book icons. Like the characters in The New Mutants , a new superhero film in which they star, Anya Taylor-Joy and Maisie Williams who head their line-up have little to do, at least initially, except for some aspects: they are both