Allison was in one of my favorites podcasts, Happy Sad Confused with Joshua Horowitz. This is the third time she’s been on the podcast and it just gets better. One of things I love about this podcast is that we are always blessed with a photoshoot which of course, you can find now at our gallery. You can listen to the podcast below,
By now “Happy Sad Confused” listeners should know not to judge a book by its cover. Allison Williams clearly has a dark twisted soul beneath her sweet exterior and we love her for it. She’s back on the show this time chatting about her latest subversive flick, “The Perfection”. You’re not prepared!
After the Today Show, Allison visited the SiriusXM Studios. She was on ‘The Morning Mash Up’ and ‘The Michelle Collins Show’. Below you can find some photos and I will link to the interviews, so you can listen to them.
Early in the morning, Allison visited the podcast ‘Bitch, I Care’. It’s very interesting as they talked about self-love and personal image.
This week Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco unpack the hellish hellscape of a hell week, from what’s happening in Alabama, Georgia and beyond and what can be done. No thanks to Susan Collins. Then, we’ve got a special treat for Personal/Political– actor Allison Williams joins Naomi Ekperigin and Megan Gailey in studio to talk about how sometimes, when everything seems terrible, putting on fake eyelashes and a wig and sashaying glamorously out into the world can make things feel a little less awful. And, as always, the hills we’ll die on.
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The Hollywood Reporter just published Allison’s interview in the ‘Awards Chatter’ podcast. The interview is very interesting and Allison speaks about Girls, her family and Get Out. You can find the audio and the article below.
LISTEN: You can hear the entire interview below [starting at 33:08], following a conversation between host Scott Feinberg and Matthew Belloni, The Hollywood Reporter‘s editorial director, about the nominations for the 90th Oscars, Fox Searchlight’s awkward post-noms predicament, snubs of the streaming services, how #MeToo could shape the results and why we may be underestimating Get Out.
The up-and-coming actress, who burst onto the scene as Marnie on HBO’s ‘Girls,’ talks about emerging from her famous father’s shadow, landing her breakout part despite her refusal to do onscreen nudity and holding out for the ideal debut film role.
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