According to one source, the couple met in December 2009 when Jonze visited Japan to promote “Where the Wild Things Are.” They were introduced to each other and instantly hit it off.
Kikuchi’s agency has acknowledged the relationship, though they said it has just barely started.
Williams, however, is not quite ready to jump into troubled waters again (their previous love match was her first serious relationship since Heath Ledger's death)."He's promised that he's a changed man who is ready for a commitment," the source says, "but Michelle has told him to prove himself before she can trust him again." Williams may be wise to wait; she also has the emotions of her daughter, five-year-old Matilda, to consider.
It remains to be seen if there is a future for Michelle Williams and Spike Jonze, and if the director will once again find his supper waiting for him, still hot.
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