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The Commando Director Asif Akbar on Inspiration Behind Film & Casting
Conceiving the idea with his writing partners Al Bravo and Koji Steven Sakai, he wanted to focus on a home invasion story, in this case, a DEA agent (Michael Jai White) who returns from a botched mission and must now protect his family from a recently freed convict (Mickey Rourke) and his henchman as they[...]
The Commando: Jeff Fahey Talks Action Film, Veterans & Lawnmower Man
Michael Jai White was involved, and I'm a big fan of both of them, and I was looking forward to the possibility of working with Mike Then I read the screenplay, loved the idea that it was not only just an action film, but that it was dealing with the struggles of what Michael's character[...]
Michael Jai White Talks Blaxploitation Trilogy, MK, and Superheroes
Michael Jai White is always grateful for the opportunities he receives in Hollywood and getting to do what he wants no matter what the role calls for There's no project too big or too small that he won't do as long as he can contribute in the role asked, whether in an ensemble, supporting, or[...]
The Commando: Michael Jai White Talks Action Film, PTSD & Co-Stars
Michael Jai White always rises to the occasion for whatever the role calls As one of Hollywood's most dependable action presences, he stars in the thriller The Commando as James Baker, a DEA agent with PTSD who returns home after a botched mission and now must protect his family from a home invasion after a[...]
Adult Swim Sets Sail At NYCC
All that aside I did get facetime with Justin Roiland (co-creator of Rick & Morty), Michael Jai White (Black Dynamite himself), Kym Whitley (plays Honeybee on Black Dynamite) and best of all Killer Mike. Now you're probably rubbing your head about that last one, well remember that surprise musical guest I mentioned earlier, at about 10pm[...]
NYCC – Adult Swim Edition: Black Dynamite
Matt Lambros writes for Bleeding Cool: The "Black Dynamite" panel started with a showing of the first episode of season two, "Roots: The Honkey Album." The panel was moderated by comedian Hugh Moore, and the panelists were Carl Jones (producer), Scott Fuselier (producer), Michael Jai White (voice of Black Dynamite), Tommy Davidson (voice of Cream Corn),[...]