A new ‘Giant’ for ‘Star Wars’ franchise
When a young actor called Williamson signed on to play the role of a Jedi on the “Star Wars” franchise in 2005, he did so as a full-time student.
The first Star Wars film was released in December 2005, but his role in it was a very small part, and it took him more than a year to make his debut in the film.
Now, with his role as the apprentice to Obi-Wan Kenobi in the “Fantastic Four” movies, he is becoming a household name in the sci-fi and fantasy worlds of the movies.
But his journey has taken him beyond Hollywood to the world of science fiction and fantasy, where he has worked on many of the most popular films of the last 20 years.
In addition to “Fantom Menace,” “Titanic,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” and “The Hobbit,” he also had the role as a Jedi in the hit “Star Trek,” and has been a part of the cast of the popular “Lost” TV series.
But when he was asked by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to write the “Dark Side” arc in “Star War,” the role that he played was not a part that he wanted to play.
“I was very nervous, but I had to do what I was told, which was to write something that would be the equivalent of the Dark Side,” he said.
“I just didn’t know how much I could get away with.
It was a bit of a shock, and I remember thinking, ‘Why am I doing this?
I’ve got nothing else to do.'”
The Dark Side was my first big-screen experience with the ‘Dark Side,’ but I knew I wanted to do something bigger and more ambitious.””
He was given his script and started work immediately. “
He said that it would be okay, because he liked my work and he thought I could write the best version of this character,” Williamsson said.
He was given his script and started work immediately.
“The script was really cool, but it was just me,” he recalled.
“It was the first time I ever got a script and thought, ‘Oh my God, this is going to be great.'”
“It was really exciting,” Willliamson said.
“[I got to write] something that I had no idea I wanted, but the director was really encouraging and very supportive.
He knew what he was doing and said, ‘You’re doing the best job possible.'”
Williamsey went on to rewrite the script over the next three years, and finally got it approved by Abrams in early 2018.
He said that he was also given a lot of credit for writing the script.
“When I started it, it was not the most polished, but then I went through it a couple times and found it was the most fun I had done in a long time,” he explained.
“And I think it was because of the amazing writing that I was doing.
So I’m so thankful that JJ Abrams allowed me to be part of it, and to be involved in it.
I think that’s what really makes it a good film.””
It really brought out a lot in me,” Willimson said of his writing on “Dark Edge.”
“I’m really thankful for JJ Abrams for making me an actor and a writer, and for having me involved in the process.”
The writer and director behind “Fantasy Island,” “Lost Island,” and the upcoming “Giant” has been doing it for over 10 years, he added.
“If you’re an actor, I think the best part of being an actor is that you can really connect with the characters and you can actually relate to them.
I really enjoy it and am excited for this next chapter,” he added, adding that he had to put himself through school and college because he was not allowed to work in the movie business.
He has been on many different shows, and even starred in the television series “The New Frontier.”
He says he wants to continue doing that, and that he is going for a bigger role in the future.
“We’re all doing different things,” he told ABC News.
“One of the things that I’m really excited about is the next ‘Star Trek’ movie, which is coming out in 2021.
I know that it’s a huge project, and JJ Abrams has said that, I’m sure, that he’s not going to stop at just writing one script.”
“StarTrek: The Next Generation” actress Marina Sirtis also gave her blessing to the writer.
“J.J. Abrams and I were extremely grateful for the opportunity to write a script for him and the incredible creative team that he brought together for ‘Dark Edge,'” Sirtiss said in a statement.
“This was an incredibly exciting