Michelle Williams on a “Greatest Showman” Sequel: “The movie brought in so much joy”



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Michelle Williams on a “Greatest Showman” Sequel: “The movie brought in so much joy”

Michelle Williams, the American actress best-known for her roles in independent films, has had a deep desire concealed in her heart to lace up the dancing shoes, the 41-year-old actress said in an interview with a press agency later this week.

Michelle William is a recipient of a number of accolades including two Golden Globe awards. Speaking in the interview with a press agency, the actress renowned for her roles in searing dramas like of “Manchester by the Sea” alongside “Blue Valentine” among others, spoke very highly of the jovial musical “The Greatest Showman” adding she loved the changed of pace in music.

Michelle Williams want to lace up her dancing shoes again

Meanwhile, adding that she would make another musical work likes of “The Greatest Showman,” Michelle said, “I would make another one of those in a heartbeat.

I wish they’d make a sequel. That movie brought so much joy to so many people and to make people that happy, man that is a worthwhile thing to spend your time doing,” says Williams. “I really love that movie.

My daughter Matilda sang those songs. My mom is still listening to that soundtrack. I love making things for kids that are full of joy and positivity. I have every intention of continuing with the series. I certainly hope they bring me back.

Pretending that a monster is getting into your body and then taking over and leaving your body, that’s hard. The stuff Tom [Hardy] does is really challenging. They’re big movies and he’s climbing a lot of mountains in them”.

Michelle’s “The Greatest Showman” has been one of the greatest theatrical blockbusters that the North American box office had ever witnessed. The blockbuster opened up back in the 2017, grossing a whopping $434.9 million across the globe.

The Hugh Jackman- and Michelle Williams-starred movie has been the fifth-highest grossing musical of all time behind “Grease”, “Aladin”, “The Lion King” and “The Beauty and the Beast”.