Sparkling in the city! Girls vet Allison Williams looks pretty in sleeveless dress as she lights up Get Out party in NYC alongside Daniel Kaluuya
Allison Williams looked effortlessly chic on Wednesday evening.
The 29-year-old actress was lovely in a sleeveless black-and-white dress with pointy heels as she celebrated the success of her newest film, Get Out, in New York City.
Also with the Girls vet was her co-star Daniel Kaluuya, who appeared to be by her side most of the evening.
Make a statement: Allison Williams looked effortlessly chic on Wednesday night as she celebrated her newest film success, Get Out, in New York City
This event comes just after two major wins on Monday night at the 2017 Gotham Independent Film Awards. The movie was awarded Best Screenplay and the Audience Award.
Williams, despite the cool weather in New York, stepped out in a sleeveless dress that flowed nearly to her ankles.
The white-and-black textured dress was accented at the waist and paired with grey, suede heels.?
On screen couple: Also with the Girls vet was her co-star Daniel Kaluuya, who appeared to be by her side all evening
The actress also wore tiny teardrop earrings and several silver rings on each hand.?
The star, who just recently went blonde, wore her hair curled and pinned to the side. While her makeup was ‘girl next door,’ subtle with a bold brow and soft nude lip.
Kaluuya came dressed down to the event. His layered winter look included a long black jacket, a navy and green flannel, and sneakers.
All smiles: Allison and David were attached at the hip all night, but while she smiled, he didn't
Embracing the success: The onscreen couple still riding on the high of two major wins at the 2017 Gotham Independent Film Awards. The movie was awarded Best Screenplay and the Audience Award
Allison told Deadline recently that she had her role in NBC's 2014 live Peter Pan production to thank for landing her part in Get Out.?
Jordan Peele, the writer and director of the film, saw her performance as the infamous free-spirited young boy and was sold on her acting skills.
‘He said, "She’s got this innocence, she played Peter Pan, we need someone who immediately the audience trusts because the movie just gets going and you have to be on her side,"' Williams said in a conversation with Jimmy Fallon.?
Round of applause: The film, Get Out, grossed more than $252 million on a micro budget
But the actress had zero empathy for her character, Rose, who had a well disguised darkness throughout the film.?
‘She's completely, unequivocally an evil person,' Williams said in an interview with Vanity Fair. ‘One of the most evil people. Irredeemable, no good qualities, no asterisks, just evil.’
The social thriller was inspired by Rosemary’s Baby and The Stepford Wives.
Another event: On Monday the stars attended the 2017 IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City
The film was produced on a micro budget of $4.5 million and grossed more than $252 million.?
The cast shot the entire feature in a matter of 23 days and it was Peele's directing debut.?
Williams is currently filming a new mini-series titled Patrick Melrose.?
All here: Williams and Kaluuya with Jordan Peele, Jason Blum and Sean McKittrick
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