After officially making herself the least likable person ever in Get Out, Allison Williams (Girls) is once again getting into the horror game. The actress has just been cast in director Richard Shepard's upcoming horror thriller The Perfection.
However, this isn't the first time the pair are working together. Shepard directed several episodes of HBO's Girls over the course of six seasons, and said Williams was who he had in mind while writing The Perfection, which, according to Deadline, tells the "story of two cello prodigies and a sinister obsession."
Williams is ready to head back to the horror genre after starring in Get Out, the uber-successful horror film by Jordan Peele, saying, "Ever since Get Out, I’ve been looking for a feature that had a similar magical alchemy to it — a writer-director I love, a subject matter that feels urgent and relevant, a character who fascinates me, and a script that feels almost too ambitious to pull off. The Perfection is all of those things, and I cannot wait to bring it to life so everyone can see why this project made me feel both eager and trepidatious (quickly becoming my favorite combination of sensations)."
Shepard wrote the script along with Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder. Filming is slated to begin in early 2018.
Here's hoping audiences are feeling just as eager and trepidatious as Williams when The Perfection finally hits theaters. Are you?