We finally have the teaser for the brand new and last season of ‘Girls’. Allison is only in two scenes, but I can’t wait to see how Marnie has grown. ‘Girls’ returns on February 12 on HBO.
After days of teasers, today we were able to finally see the full film and I must say it’s a cinematic masterpiece, so beautiful. Allison wears a blonde wig in the film and gives a very solid performance for this short film for Prada directed by David O. Russell. The full 12-minute, black-and-white silent film was screened at a private event in Los Angeles this week and was released worldwide on Thursday morning.
Past Forward is a multi-platform short film collaboration between Miuccia Prada and American writer/director David O. Russell. Acclaimed for his films such as American Hustle, The Fighter, and Silver Linings Playbook, Russell imagined Past Forward as a “cinema poem,” a surreal, futuristic silent dreamscape with multiple actors replaying scenes in shifting combinations. The result is an unreliable story, a parallax view wherein the scenarios, characters, costumes, genres, and endings, repeat and morph, refusing the logic of conventional narrative. Russell creates characters as elements of a complex collage, the viewer is left to decode what is experience, what is memory, what is dream, and discern the overlap and differences between them.
Many congratulations to Allison Williams who received her very first Critics’ Choice nomination for her outstanding work this season in ‘Girls’ where she plays Marnie Michaels.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Julie Bowen – Modern Family – ABC
Anna Chlumsky – Veep – HBO
Allison Janney – Mom – CBS
Jane Krakowski – Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Netflix
Judith Light – Transparent – Amazon
Allison Williams – Girls – HBO
HBO leads the television nominations with 22. This was the only nomination for ‘Girls’. Be sure to tune A&E to watch the ceremony on December 11th at 8PM ET / 5PM PT.
On October 29th, Allison Williams will read the role of Ali MacGraw in the live reading of “I Believe in America.” This is an event by the Black List annual survey of the “most liked” motion picture screenplays not yet produced.
The screenplay pulls back the curtain on the making of THE GODFATHER to reveal, in page-turning fashion, that the minds behind the film were every bit as cunning and ruthless as the fictitious mobsters onscreen.
Here’s the information for the event:
The trailer of Allison’s first movie, Get Out has come out and it looks great. I’m so proud of Allison and we see a bit of her character in the trailer. The film still has no release date, but keep checking the website for more updates.
Like I said in the previous post, I was away for a few months and I missed some events Allison attended and also some old photoshoots I needed to update. Here’s the first part of the major update as now the gallery is complete with 2016 so far.
However, I will update previous years this month as finish the screencaps of Girls previous seasons.
Public Appearances >> 2016 >> 150th Anniversary of Breyer’s Ice Cream
Public Appearances >> 2016 >> Girls Press Conference
Public Appearances >> 2016 >> Visiting Broadway
Public Appearances >> 2016 >> Sully Premiere in NYC
Public Appearances >> 2016 >> Jonathan Saunders First Collection for DVF
Photoshoot >> 2016 >> Entertainment Weekly’s
Photoshoot >> 2016 >> Keds 100th Anniversary
Photoshoot >> 2016 >> Keds Champion Collection
Photoshoot >> 2016 >> Vogue
After being away for a few months due school problems, I’ve changed the look of the website and the gallery. For the websites I used a photo of Allison from her Modern Luxury photoshoot. The theme is quite clean and simple. For the gallery, I used one of my favorites photographs of Allison from her Allure photoshoot. Both themes are premades by Umitohoshi. I’m also in the process to update the gallery.
Like her character Marnie Michaels on Girls, Allison Williams has had her fair share of awkward moments. In a recent podcast interview, she shared the story of her first period, and we’re all still squirming… in a totally loving, empathetic way.
“Between 7th and 8th grade, I went on a trip to France for a summer on an exchange thing. I got all the brochures, I begged my parents, I probably wrote an essay about why I should go on this trip, what it would mean to me. My parents were like, ‘this feels like we’re just putting money into a garbage disposal, but… we’ll see.’ And I loved French and I loved France and I wanted to see the country. And so I went with this group of kids and the flight we took was [an] overnight flight to France, which, of course, was my first experience, and it’s a bunch of 7th and 8th graders. And so, no one sleeps the whole flight; they’re just up talking, and it was a blast.
“So we land, and we get to the hostel, and I go to the bathroom, and I had shat myself. And I was like, ‘That’s so weird because I didn’t feel this happen. And I didn’t know, and usually you know [when you shit yourself].’” Finally, she decides, “Alright, we’ll chalk that one up to first day camp nerves, weird overnight flight, it’s all good.