San Diego Comic-Con has been attracting massive crowds over the weekend and there's at least one celeb at the event who is totally in her element!
Zelda Williams, daughter of the late actor and comedian Robin Williams, has been sharing her adventures at the annual movies, TV and pop culture event with her followers on Instagram.
However the young starlet isn't just there to soak up the atmosphere, as she revealed through a series of interesting Instagram posts.
First up she revealed that she was attending the event and on the lookout for amazing cosplayers! The 25-year-old then posted an amazing find at Comic-Con when she posted a picture of herself with a cosplayer dressed as the character Link from the game The Legend of Zelda for which she is named!
Zelda and her late father Robin were pretty public about their love of gaming, and were even in an advertisement together for the Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D back in 2011:
What an awesome father/daughter activity!
But Zelda wasn't only at Comic-Con to scope out the amazing cosplay, she was also a part of an awesome announcement: She will be joining Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated TV series as the voice of "Mona Lisa, a highly skilled Salamandrian warrior."
The role will be great for Zelda, who also voiced Kuvira in The Legend of Korra in 2014.
Following her father Robin's death in August last year, Zelda shied away from the spotlight. However, recently she has been opening up about how she's dealing with the loss of her dad, and how she is learning to cope while still remembering him, telling Today:
"It's going to take a lot of work to allow myself to have the sort of fun, happy life that I had, but that's important. Anybody who has ever lost anyone works very hard to continue that memory in a positive way."
So true. It's great to see her beginning to return to good spirits after the tragedy of last year, and I cannot wait to see (hear?) her in her new role in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, when the third season premiers on August 2nd.
Source: Too Fab