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Slimer Will Return in Ghostbusters Reboot
Michael K. Williams reveals who his character is in the long-awaited Ghostbusters reboot, while confirming he has a scene with Slimer.
By Brian Gallagher — February 25th, 2016
Ghostbusters & Assassin's Creed Get Michael K. Williams
Boardwalk Empire star Michael K. Williams goes after the fanboy demographic with turns in Ghostbusters and Assassin's Creed.
By B. Alan Orange — July 6th, 2015
Female Ghostbusters Gets Andy Garcia as Mayor of NYC
Andy Garcia will play the Mayor of New York City in director Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot, alongside Michael K. Williams and Matt Walsh.
By Brian Gallagher — July 6th, 2015
Boardwalk Empire Star Wants to Play Black Panther
Kill the Messenger star Michael K. Williams reveals he will bring a 'New York City edge' to Marvel's Black Panther if he signs on.
By Brian Gallagher — September 22nd, 2014
The Purge: Anarchy Cast and Crew Interviews | EXCLUSIVE
Stars Frank Grillo, Carmen Ejogo, Michael K. Williams and Director James DeMonaco discuss their bloody sequel The Purge: Anarchy in new interviews.
By Julian Roman — July 17th, 2014
Michael K. Williams and Carmen Ejogo Join The Purge 2
Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez have also boarded James DeMonaco's horror sequel. The film is set to hit theaters June 20, 2014.
By Harout Harmanian — December 18th, 2013
Michael K. Williams Circling RoboCop as Alex Murphy's Partner
The Boardwalk Empire star is in negotiations to co-star in director Jose Padilha's remake.
By Harout Harmanian — August 7th, 2012
Michael Kenneth Williams Boards 12 Years a Slave
The actor joins Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Chiwetel Ejiofor in Steve McQueen's mid-1800's drama.
By Harout Harmanian — June 25th, 2012
Michael K. Williams to Star as Ol' Dirty Bastard in Dirty White Boy
The Wire star will portray the Wu Tang Clan member in this drama about a young intern's relationship with the rapper before his death.
By Brian Gallagher — March 22nd, 2012
The Suspect Adds Isaiah Washington and Michael K. Williams
The Wire co-stars join the Life Garland-directed bank robbery-gone-awry indie thriller.
By Cat Parker — September 28th, 2011