Michelle Williams Gives Thumbs Up to 'The Greatest Showman' Sequel

Having starred alongside Hugh Jackman, Zendaya and Zac Efron in the 2017 movie musical, the actress portraying PT Barnum gushes over the 'so much joy' the film gave audiences.

AceShowbiz - Michelle Williams wants to make a sequel to "The Greatest Showman". The Hollywood star, who starred alongside Hugh Jackman, Zendaya Coleman and Zac Efron in the 2017 movie musical, said she would be involved as PT Barnum's wife Charity in any follow-up "in a heartbeat."

"I would make another one of those in a heartbeat," the 41-year-old actress told Variety. "I wish they'd make a sequel."

The "Manchester by the Sea" star loves that the blockbuster gave audiences "so much joy." She said, "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. I really love that movie. My daughter Matilda sang those songs. My mom is still listening to that soundtrack."

Michelle, who is mother to 16-year-old Matilda with her late ex Heath Ledger and an infant son Hart with her husband Thomas Kail, added, "I love making things for kids that are full of joy and positivity."

On the other hand, Michelle, who recently shared that she was expecting a new addition to her brood, has "every intention" to carry on in darker projects, such as the "Venom" series that stars Tom Hardy in the title role.

Having played Eddie Brock's love interest Anne Weying in 2018's "Venom (2018)" and its 2021 sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage", Michelle said, "I have every intention of continuing with the series. I certainly hope they bring me back."

The former "Dawson's Creek" star admitted to pretending that an alien had possessed her body was "hard." She said, "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."

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