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Zelda Williams is Set to Make Her Film Directing Debut in New Zombie Movie Lisa Frankenstein

Zelda Williams is making her feature-length directorial debut this year with a romantic comedy that involves a zombie. Lisa Frankenstein, which will star Cole Sprouse and Kathryn Newton, is set in 1989 and centers on a high schooler who accidentally brings a very attractive Victorian corpse back from the dead during a lightning storm and molds him into the man of her dreams, according to Deadline.
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Zelda Williams and Tommie Earl Jenkins join ‘The Last Worker’ cast

Zelda Williams and Tommie Earl Jenkins have joined the cast of upcoming dystopian narrative adventure title The Last Worker. Announced today (April 19), the performers will be joining the likes of Jason Isaacs, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Clare-Hope Ashitey and David Hewlett. The Last Worker is set to release sometime in 2022 on PC, Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X|S and Meta Quest 2.
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The Last Worker cast confirms Zelda Williams and Tommie Earl Jenkins, “End-Stage Capitalism” trailer

Publisher Wired Productions, writer / director Jörg Tittel, and developer Wolf & Wood today announced more cast members for The Last Worker, with Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra) and Tommie Earl Jenkins (Death Stranding) now confirmed for the narrative adventure. They join Jason Isaacs (The Death of Stalin), Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (The Deep), Clare-Hope Ashitey (Children of Men), and David Hewlett (The Shape of Water).
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The Last Worker adds Zelda Williams and Tommie Earl Jenkins in latest trailer

First-person narrative adventure The Last Worker has added two more big names to its impressive cast. Publisher Wired Productions has announced that Zelda Williams & Tommie Earl Jenkins are the latest to join the dystopian story. If you missed the game’s original announcement, you play as a worker at the Jungle Fulfilment Centre. They’re a big warehouse style corporation (not unlike Amazon) who are increasingly relying on a robotic workforce. You uncover a mysterious conspiracy while on the job, and things only escalate from there.
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Narrative Adventure The Last Worker Recruits Zelda Williams and Tommie Earl Jenkins

Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra) and Tommie Earl Jenkins (Death Stranding) have joined the cast of Wired Productions' next narrative adventure, The Last Worker, and writer/director Jörg Tittel and pioneering games company Wolf & Wood. New footage from the game's bleak, thought-provoking environment and its gorgeous handcrafted graphics are shown in a new video with Zelda and other cast members David Hewlett, Jason Isaacs, and lafur Darri lafsson.
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Zelda Williams, Tommie Earl Jenkins Join Dystopian First-Person Adventure Game The Last Worker

Developer Wolf & Wood has announced new cast members for the upcoming first-person narrative adventure game The Last Worker, and they include The Legend of Korra's Zelda Williams and Death Stranding actor Tommie Earl Jenkins. Williams--the daughter of Robin Williams--and Jenkins join the previously announced cast that includes Harry Potter's...

Zelda Williams asks people to stop sending viral video of her father ‘on one of his saddest days’

Zelda Williams, the daughter of Robin Williams, has asked people to stop sending her the viral video of an actor impersonating her father.Earlier this week, Jamie Costa shared a five-minute clip in which he channels the late comedian. The video has since amassed nearly 4.5 million views, with many viewers commending Costa for his performance.However, Zelda has asked people to stop sending her the clip.“Guys, I’m only saying this because I don’t think it’ll stop until I acknowledge it,” she said. “Please stop sending me the ‘test footage’. I’ve seen it.”The 32-year-old added: “Jamie is SUPER talented, this isn’t...
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Zelda Williams begs fans to stop sending her that viral impersonation of her late dad

Zelda Williams has seen the viral video of a comic impersonating her late father, and she has kindly asked people to stop sending it to her. The 32-year-old daughter of legendary comedian Robin Williams explained why she doesn't want to see the video after a fan asked her about it Thursday. The clip titled "ROBIN Test Footage Scene" of comedian Jamie Costa playing her father in the "Mork & Mindy" era in 1982 has been viewed more than 4 million times in four days.

Zelda Williams Requests Fans Stop Sending Her The Viral Robin Williams Impression

Robin Williams was a man who touched a lot of lives. Every year on the actor and comedian’s birthday and the anniversary of his death we see an outpouring of love that few other celebrities have received. But for those closest to Robin, like his daughter Zelda Williams, that same outpouring can be more than a little overwhelming. And she asked fans to stop sharing a viral impression of her late father.