Allison Williams recently appeared on “The Tonight Show” to discuss her new film “M3GAN,” a horror film that delves into some of the most profound and thought-provoking questions of our time. The film explores the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence and the ethical implications of creating sentient machines. Williams discussed the film and her role in it with host Jimmy Fallon on the January 6th episode of “The Tonight Show,” giving audiences a chance to learn more about the film and her role in it.
During the interview, M3GAN made a surprise appearance in the audience. The character danced for the crowd, which made the promotion of the movie even more exciting.
In “M3GAN,” Williams plays Gemma, a toy company roboticist who creates an AI doll named M3GAN. M3GAN is made to be a friend and protector for a child. It learns and grows with the child it is bonded to. When Gemma takes care of her orphaned 8-year-old niece Cady (Violet McGraw), she pairs her with the M3GAN prototype to try to solve both of their problems. However, this decision has unforeseen and terrifying consequences, as M3GAN’s top priority becomes the protection of Cady at all costs.
“M3GAN” is a must-see for people who like scary movies and deep, thought-provoking stories. It was directed by Gerard Johnstone and written by Akela Cooper. The visual effects are impressive and the performances by Williams and McGraw are strong. “M3GAN” is a film that will leave you thinking long after the credits roll.