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John Boyega Talks Michael Okay. Williams at Breaking Premiere

“Breaking” was Michael Okay. Williams’s final movie earlier than he died, and his costar John Boyega remembers properly the day he met the star on set. “He was bubbly,” Boyega mentioned to Selection on the movie’s Los Angeles premiere on Aug. 24. “The primary time I met him, he unintentionally walked into my trailer. We spoke, and we cheered one another on, gave one another phrases of encouragement, which is essential. And from then on, we had been on set working. And it was nice.”

The movie’s director, Abi Damaris Corbin, additionally shared some extremely constructive recollections of the icon. “He was royalty on our set,” Corbin mentioned on the premiere, per Selection. “He was the godfather. He was the king. He turned up once I first met him with Beats [headphones] round his shoulders, as a result of he had already began getting ready for the position.”

Fellow “Breaking” star Nicole Beharie additionally not too long ago paid tribute to Williams on the premiere of her movie “Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul.” “He was some of the beneficiant folks I had ever labored with,” she mentioned, in accordance with Selection. “He got here in to do my off-screen once we’re on the cellphone collectively,” she recalled. “Such an expert to return in and do my off-screen on his time without work. I get so emotional simply speaking about him. He lit up the display screen in something he had ever completed. On set, he was simply lovely. He smelled like heaven. He walked in with a cape on in the future. It was like silk. Daily was like a celebration. It was simply, do not waste a day.”

“Breaking” stars Boyega as a Marine Corps veteran who robs a financial institution, whereas the late Williams performs police negotiator Eli Bernard. Williams died of a drug overdose at age 54 on Sept. 6, 2021, forsaking a legacy of extraordinary performances, from “Inherent Vice” to “Boardwalk Empire” to his breakthrough efficiency as Omar Little on “The Wire.”



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