Alyssa Milano: I’m ‘a little bit scared’ of the ‘white-hot rage’ of Donald Trump

The Alyssalena Milano-starrer is being directed by Kevin Hart, the producer behind the hit TV show “Girls.”

The film, which is set in the 1970s, will be Milano’s first feature film since the hit show ended its run in 2016.

Milano, 39, is best known for her role as the lead in HBO’s hit series “Girls,” and her roles in the films “Fury” and “The Wedding Singer” have also earned her awards and nominations.

But her recent political and racial activism has earned her criticism from some critics.

“I am a little bit afraid that it is going to be the first time I will have to make a film about a president that is so divisive and so angry,” she told The Associated Press.

“It’s like the first step on the road to hell.

But I also have hope that maybe this is just a one-off.

I have been saying all along that it could be the beginning of a more diverse American film industry.”

Milano is in the midst of a nationwide tour to promote the film.

She is scheduled to host a town hall for Democratic voters in North Carolina this weekend.