After breaking out in her role on "Girls," Allison Williams may play the title role in the upcoming film, "Rosaline."
The daughter of news anchor Brian Williams is reportedly in talks for the movie, based on the Rebecca Serle book, "When You Were Mine." According to Deadline, Allison is also on the short list for the upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot.
She's made quite a name for herself in Hollywood thanks to her hit HBO series "Girls," and now Allison Williams is soaking up the spotlight on the cover of Boston Common's Spring 2013 issue.
The 24-year-old Boston native looked absolutely adorable in designer duds from Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren for the Robert Ascroft-shot front page while opening up about everything from her famous pops, Brian Williams, to her role as Marnie Michaels on the smashing series.
Known as the daughter of NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams, the 25-year-old actress proved she's making a name for herself by slipping into a slew of romantic dresses for the Blossom Berkofsky spread before opening up about everything from giving up perfection to following her childhood dreams.