Ash Crosson anchoring an interview with the late legend's daughter
Zelda is seated next to American writer and film producer, Diablo Cody
Zelda's journey in Hollywood began modestly, with roles in TV films and series like "In Search of Dr. Seuss," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Criminal Minds," and "Jane the Virgin." But her ambition didn't stop there. She ventured into directing music videos and short comedies, honing her craft with each project.
Yet, it wasn't until she took the director's chair that Zelda indeed found her calling. With "Lisa Frankenstein," she pays homage to her father's legacy while carving out her own unique path in the industry.
Set in 1989, the film follows the misadventures of goth teen Lisa Swallows as she resurrects a dashing corpse, played by the charming Cole Sprouse—the result was a hilariously horrifying escapade.
Like father, like daughter: Zelda shares a heartwarming moment with her late dad, Robin Williams.
This American horror comedy promises to be a wild ride, starring Kathryn Newton, Cole Sprouse, Liza Soberano, Henry Eikenberry, Joe Chrest, and Carla Gugino.
With its quirky premise and stellar cast, "Lisa Frankenstein" is sure to captivate audiences and solidify Zelda Williams as a director to watch. Her unique blend of wit, charm, and creativity shines through in every frame, promising a cinematic experience unlike any other.
As the release date of "Lisa Frankenstein" approaches, Zelda's excitement is through the roof. Her journey from the wide-eyed child on set to an accomplished Hollywood director is a testament to her talent and determination.
Keep winning, Zelda!