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Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda To Direct ‘Ama (Ask Me Anything)’ In Feature Debut

Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda To Direct ‘Ama (Ask Me Anything)’ In Feature Debut

Assemble Media has set Zelda Williams, the daughter of the comedy icon Robin Williams, to make her feature directorial debut with Ama (Ask Me Anything), a 2018 Blacklist script by John Wikstrom that weaves dark celebrity secrets and the dangers of the digital age together into a cat-and-mouse thriller.

The premise: An online interview session with a fast-rising entertainment publicist and a music superstar is widely publicized as a candid “ask me anything” opportunity but a mysterious hacker hijacks the forum and systematically dismantles the privacy of the participants by revealing lurid secrets hidden from their past.

Assemble Media principal Jack Heller will produce. “We are thrilled to be working with Zelda on her feature directing debut,” Heller said. “She is an incredible talent who will bring her passionate, thoughtful and highly visual style to the material.”

Zelda Williams is the 29-year-old daughter of the late Robin Williams and his second wife,

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