TV - Movies
What Zelda
Williams Thinks
About Possibly
Working On A
Legend Of Zelda
Adaptation
By MELISSA LEMIEUX
Since her birth, Zelda Williams has been immersed in video game history, as her father, the late and legendary Robin Williams, was such a video game fan that he named her after the titular princess of “The Legend of Zelda.” Because of this, one may be curious to learn how Williams would feel about appearing in a big-screen version of “The Legend of Zelda.”
Zelda Williams said in an interview that her hypothetical casting would depend on how Nintendo — and the studio — feel about the situation. She added that the requests are similar to the fans who "say that they [want] me to voice Zelda in the game.”
Williams said, "I love working with them in the sense that they send me the games and I get to be nerdy and tweet about them every once in a while, but it might be a little on the nose." She followed that up by adding that she didn't know how a writer might properly adapt the game to another medium, since Link is a silent protagonist, so we may never get to see Williams play Zelda.