‘Girls’ Star Allison Williams Talks Lena Dunham’s Emmy Nominations and Playing Kate Middleton (VIDEO)
Earlier this week, HBO released a teaser for the second season of Girls, but little was revealed on what’s in store for the show’s leading ladies.
On Saturday, Celebuzz caught up with Allison Williams, who will return as Marnie Michaels when the new season premieres in January.
“Let’s see, what I can say without giving anything away . . . I’d say that each of the girls are on a walkabout,” Williams told us at the BAFTA TV Tea event in West Hollywood.
As for her costar and show creator Lena Dunham, Williams remains one of her biggest fans. Dunham is nominated for four Primetime Emmy awards, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series.
“I’m so happy for Lena. She is the brains behind the entire outfit. She’s amazing,” Williams said.
We also asked Williams if she has any plans to make more ‘Funny or Die’ Kate Middleton videos in the future.
In 2011, Williams wrote and starred as the Duchess of Cambridge in a series of sketches for the comedy website.
“I’m not going to close the door on that because I had so much fun playing her . . . I don’t want to put any pressure on her to have any major life events, but if something really amazing happened, we might have to cover it,” Williams told us.
“No pressure, Kate.”
For more of our chat with Allison Williams, check out the video above.
Season 2 of Girls premieres on HBO in January 2013.