A few days ago, Allison’s new film ‘The Perfection premiered at the Fantastic Fest and from the comments I’ve read online, everyone has loved the film and praised the performances of Allison and her co-star, Logan Browning. I’ve added some photos of the premiere as well as the first promotional still of the film.
While we don’t have a trailer yet, we have discovered some new information about the plot of the film. Here is the main plot of the film and beneath the cut, you will find some reviews of the film. Let’s hope the films gets distribution soon.
10 years after abandoning her life as a cello prodigy to care for her ailing mother, Charlotte (Allison Williams, Girls, Get Out) seeks out her mentor Anton (Steven Weber) and his new star pupil Lizzie (Logan Browning, Dear White People) in order to witness the life she gave up. Once there, a twisted (and I mean twisted) plan is set in motion that will push all parties involved to their absolute limits.
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After the huge success of ‘Get Out’, I was really eager to know what would be Allison’s next project. It was announced a few weeks ago that she will have a role in ‘Patrick Melrose’ but finally, we have news about her next film.
Allison Williams is getting back to the horror genre.
EW has confirmed that the Get Out star will front the upcoming film The Perfection for writer-director Richard Shepard, who she previously worked with on HBO’s Girls.
Beginning production in Shanghai and Vancouver early next year, The Perfection is to follow a pair of cello prodigies bound by a sinister obsession, as reported by Deadline Hollywood, which broke the news of Williams’ casting.
“It’s truly exciting to be reunited with Allison,” Shepard told Deadline. “Our time together during the six seasons of Girls was amazing. I loved watching her grow as an actress, and a person and I was thinking of her the entire time we were writing this movie. I can’t wait to bring a different side of Allison to the screen.”
Though she cut her teeth performing in improv comedy acts while a student at Yale, Williams honed her dramatic skills as part of Girls‘ ensemble cast, later appearing in a small role on The Mindy Project before leading NBC’s televised production of Peter Pan Live in 2014.
Get Out, in which Williams played one half of an interracial couple traveling to the young woman’s foreboding family home, marked her first role in a theatrical release and grossed a massive $175.5 million, on a modest $4.5 million budget.