Actress Allison Williams Says Parents May Rethink How Their Kids Interact With Technology After Seeing M3GAN

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Actress Allison Williams Says Parents May Rethink How Their Kids Interact With Technology After Seeing M3GAN

Actress Allison Williams explains that her new movie M3GAN is far more than a scary movie—it's actually a commentary on the impact that technology has on children, for better or worse.   

"I think it's really interesting because my character, Gemma, is driven, like so many people who I have known, that are innovators, inventors and engineers—always wanting to move forward and push technology. But, as is often the case when you're so focused on progress and on the forward momentum of any kind of innovation, you're not always taking the time you probably should to stop and think about the ethics of what you're doing," Allison explains.  

"Especially when it comes to children interfacing with technology I think one of the big things our movie is saying without giving anything away really is just that this is something we need to be particularly careful about because of how malleable children are and how impactful technology can be in their lives for good or bad..." 

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