Michael K Williams

  1. Jamie Foxx, Django Unchained, 2011.
  2. Paul Bettany, Solo: A Star Wars Story,  2017.  Or as it worked out – Solo: A Star Wars Cock-Up.   Disney or Lucasfilm could finally see something was going wrong and replaced  directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller with Ron Howard (instead of Lawrence Kasdan, who knew the damn territority!). MKW was not available for a total re-shopt of his villainous Dryden Vos, and Howard called up his chum, Betanny  from their A Beautiful Mind, 2001,  and The Da Vinci Code, 2005).  But no one, certainly not Howard, told  Disney the truth: Guys,  if you really wanna make zillions with this thing, chuck it away and start all over.  But he didn’t. Or they didn’t listen. Disney lost a bundle (a la Tron) and learned a lesson maybe:  ie  Disney may own it but it ain’t Marvel!
  3. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Aquaman, 2017.   Jason Momoa is better as Aquaman than he was as Conan, but still lost scenes to Black Manta.   Michaels Williams and White  were keen on this sexy pirate but director  James Wan vote for Abvdul-Manteen… opening his door to the TV Watchmen, 2019, and the Candyman reboot, 2020. 




 Birth year: 1966Death year: 2021Other name: Casting Calls:  2