Entertainment Movies Michelle Williams Would Make a 'Greatest Showman' Sequel 'in a Heartbeat': 'I Really Love That Movie' “That movie brought so much joy to so many people and to make people that happy, man that is a worthwhile thing to spend your time doing,” Michelle Williams said By Stephanie Wenger Stephanie Wenger Instagram Twitter Stephanie Wenger is a TV Writer/Reporter at PEOPLE. She joined the brand in 2021 as digital news writer, spanning across the site's verticals. She previously contributed to E! Online, HollywoodLife, Discover Los Angeles, Oscar.com and Hollywood.com. She appeared on air at AfterBuzz TV. She began her journalism career as an intern at Good Morning America and Access Hollywood. She graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor's in communications and received a Master's in journalism from the University of Southern California. People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 12, 2022 04:55 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Photo: 20th Century Fox/Kobal/Shutterstock Michelle Williams is ready to make a sequel to her 2017 film The Great Showman. The Oscar nominee, 41, opened up about returning to the role of Charity Barnum in the movie musical — which grossed $434.9 million globally — during an interview with Variety, published on Thursday. "That movie brought so much joy to so many people and to make people that happy, man that is a worthwhile thing to spend your time doing," she shared. "I would make another one of those in a heartbeat," she added. "I wish they'd make a sequel." Gregg DeGuire/Getty Michelle Williams Is Pregnant, Expecting Third Baby: 'Good Fortune Is Not Lost on Me' Williams revealed that she is interested in working on family-friendly projects like The Greatest Showman. "I really love that movie. My daughter Matilda sang those songs. My mom is still listening to that soundtrack," she said. "I love making things for kids that are full of joy and positivity." On Tuesday, the Dawson's Creek alum told Variety she is expecting her third child. This will be her second child with husband Thomas Kail. They welcomed son Hart in 2020, and Williams, 41, also shares daughter Matilda, 16, with late actor Heath Ledger, who died in January 2008. Michelle Williams Recalls When Jeremy Strong Moved in with Her After Heath Ledger's Death "It's totally joyous. As the years go on, you sort of wonder what they might hold for you or not hold for you," she told the outlet. "It's exciting to discover that something you want again and again, is available one more time. That good fortune is not lost on me or my family." Williams is also open to returning to the Venom film franchise. She played the part of Anne Weying, Eddie Brock's ex-fiancé, in the 2018 film and its 2021 sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. "I have every intention of continuing with the series," she told Variety. "I certainly hope they bring me back." However, the actress admitted that those superhero films come with their own difficulties. Venom: Let There Be Carnage Trailer Shows Woody Harrelson's Villain on a Total Rampage "Pretending that a monster is getting into your body and then taking over and leaving your body, that's hard," she revealed. "The stuff Tom [Hardy] does is really challenging," she continued. "They're big movies and he's climbing a lot of mountains in them."