Michael K. Williams

"Last Week Tonight" host recruits Michael Keaton, Bryan Cranston, Michael K. Williams and Richard Kind to take on the Sackler family.
And one has to do with the most debated aspect of Han Solo.
James Purefoy presumably wasn't drawing on life experience for his last major American TV role, the messianic serial killer Joe Carroll in The Following. It's a different story with Hap and Leonard, the new Sundance Channel series that launches Wednesday.
There's an independent film festival in West Philadelphia that has been fertile ground for some of the best contemporary black filmmakers, producers and actors: The 4th Annual BlackStar Film Festival, which will take place July 30 through August 2.
You have all these great monologues in this film. What was it like reading William Monahan's script? William's an amazing
"The Gambler" is a Mark Wahlberg vehicle, but from the looks of the first trailer, it's John Goodman who steals the show
It's the rare journalism movie that gets it right when it comes to depicting the day-to-day on a daily newspaper.
For more on the project, head to Kickstarter. Earlier coverage of Stephen Tyrone Williams' casting announcement can be found
“I think it’s definitely a tricky thing for digital content filmmakers when they have such immediate reaction to their work
Industry veteran producer director and writer Vanessa Middleton has created the comedy sketch series Walk This Way for AlrightTV.
How would you describe your creative process in developing a project? The foundation of where it all comes from is with myself
“I was playing with fire," Williams admitted. “It was just a matter of time before I got caught and my business ended up
"Dirty White Boy" will be directed by first-timer Joaquín Baca-Asay. There is currently no release date. "We both knew full
On March 8, 2012, The Beach Chronicles hit the big screen for its debut at the Miami International Film Festival. I was lucky enough to attend the debut screening and catch up with it's stars.
The HBO hit "The Wire" was known for its gritty, realistic portrayal of inner city crime in Baltimore. But it never got this
Crib Sheet - Professor Kane has a rant about Legos. "What happened with legos? They used to be simple?" Not sure what that
The PostBourgie collective is kind of obsessed with NBC's "Community."