Jessica Williams’ new Netflix movie, “The Incredible Jessica James,” opens with a sequence of the actress dancing to a song on her headphones, right out of her apartment and up onto her rooftop. It’s a glorious, goofy introduction to her character — only Williams admits she envisioned it slightly differently. “We shot that scene with...
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