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Ava DuVernay’s ‘13th‘ Inspired Michael K. Williams to Tackle Juvenile Justice Problem in HBO's 'Raised in the System'

Actor Michael K. Williams grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y. in a neighborhood plagued with crime and excess incarceration, but it wasn’t until he watched Ava DuVernay’s “13th” documentary that he recognized a need for juvenile justice reform. 263 more words


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‘One of the highly contested issues between protagonists and antagonists in the ownership and control debate is the principal of diversity’ (Cunningham, Stuart 2014, p.85). 483 more words


Michael K. Williams Had a Creepy Run-In with James Purefoy

Michael K. Williams tells a story about a strange coincidence involving his Hap and Leonard co-star James Purefoy and shares some news about his formerly incarcerated nephew. 18 more words


Michael K. Williams Talks About Hap and Leonard

Michael K. Williams reflects on the challenges of acting on The Wire and talks about his very unique character on Hap and Leonard.

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Michael K. Williams Can Only Laugh After Being Cut From 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'

The Wire and Boardwalk Empire star Michael K. Williams was finished with principal photography on Solo: A Star Wars Story, but then directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were axed. 367 more words

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Release Date:  6/15/2018
Genre:  Drama/Crime
Rating:  Unknown
Director:  Director X
Studio(s):  Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)

Details:   Remake of the 1972 film.  Allen Maldonado joins the cast led by Trevor Jackson as Youngblood Priest, Jason Mitchell as Eddie and Michael K. 172 more words

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33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival Opening Night: Emilio Estevez's 'the public'

Opening the 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival was Emilio Estevez’s new film, ‘the public’ which is set in a library deep in the harsh Midwest winter in the heart of Cincinnati where the local homeless population seeks refuge during the day, stages a sit-in to spend the night after all the local shelters reach their maximum capacity and numerous others had frozen to death. 271 more words

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