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.
As we said before, Allison attended the 2016 MET Gala yesterday, in a custom Peter Pilotto dress. Thw whole look was coordinated by La Ligne NYC. She also wore Swarovski jewelry. The first batch of pictures has been added to our gallery – stay tuned as more are to be added soon:
Quick break from Horizons to discuss last night…a word about the hair, makeup and jewelry. Hair was a nest of fishtail braids with jewelry scattered throughout, dreamed up and executed by @rebekahforecast. The makeup was a berry lip with soft but rose-hued eyes and dewy skin by the master @gpcbeauty. The jewelry was a collaboration between @lalignenyc x @sorayasilchenstedt. Fun fact: I designed it! I wanted to use filament to make the bars look like floating parallel lines. Get it? Lines? La Ligne? Next, a word about the dress. And the dress…a creation by @peterpilotto styled and coordinated by my @lalignenyc ladies. The white flowers were 3-D printed appliqués (Machina), and we incorporated lines in the dress because, you know, La Ligne, and most of it was done by hand (Manus). Also – @swarovski crystals sprinkled throughout never hurts. LUCKY GIRL. ❤ I’m sorry to add any more Met for your Insta feeds!!
Here’s the first look of Allison at the MET Gala, wearing Peter Pilotto and Brian Atwood shoes. Her amazing nails were done by Pattie Yankee. Stay tune to see all the photos!
Allison attended the 3rd Annual College Signing Day where she proudly wore a Yale University shirt.
In the hit HBO series “Girls,” actress Allison Williams plays Marnie Michaels, the high strung and often judgmental best friend of Hanna, played by Lena Dunham.
She’s had her ups and downs over the course of the show, but on the March 27 episode we got to see a different side of her often-polarizing character. The episode — titled “The Panic in Central Park” — was entirely devoted to Marnie, her troubled marriage, and her reunion with former boyfriend, Charlie, who she hasn’t seen in years. The last time they met, Charlie told Marnie that he never loved her.
“Girls” is Allison Williams’ first substantial role as an actress. Her parents — her father is MSNBC news anchor Brian Williams — insisted she put off her acting career until after graduating college.
It was a rule she initially fought, but she told The Frame’s Oscar Garza that, as she got older, she began to see it as an advantage.
Your parents insisted that you wait to pursue acting until after college. What did you think of that rule?
[My parents] thought it was a good idea if I graduated from college before pursuing [acting] professionally because it gave me more time to become who I am. Some actors during summer jobs confirmed what [my parents] said.
So after finishing school, how long was it before the “Girls” opportunity came along, and how did you come to the attention of the producers?
I slowly moved my things back into my childhood bedroom and was watching “Mad Men.” The theme song to “Mad Men” was getting so stuck in my head and … I talked to a friend of mine about putting lyrics to that song. I teamed up with a composer friend and we found out that “Nature Boy” by Nat King Cole fit snugly and, oddly, perfectly.
That video came out and it found its way onto many different websites, including Huffington Post, which I think is what Judd Apatow saw. He reached out to my agents and asked me to audition for the untitled Lena Dunham project at HBO. The audition was so different, and so fantastic. The room was filled with four women, which almost never happens. Lena was in there and we read scenes together.