I'm glad his career didn't die right at the start with Justice League. I really liked what I saw with him and thought it would be a shame if I didn't get to see more of him in other projects after the reception of Justice League.
I posted this in the true detective subreddit but this news had me CRACKING UP so hard because I knew ray in HS and was friends with him. He tortured our stat teacher (who hated Blade) w a cardboard cutout/poster of Wesley snipes and now he's working with Stephen dorff I feel like this is karma come to life.
I'm more hyped for a Saulnier directed season then I am any of the cast, which is saying someting because the cast looks excellent.
I'm really pumped about the Ozark setting for season 3. I also think Pizzolatto could make some magic happen with an Appalachian setting. "Out of the Furnace" with Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson gave me some clear TD season 1 vibes.
My biggest takeaway from this article is that they brought in David Milch to co-write one of the episodes! This was a very very good idea. I don't trust him as far as I could throw him, but I sure do like the way he lies.
Love him, he's a fantastic actor. Was great as Cyborg.
He was fucking amazing as Cyborg. Acted his ass off against seasoned vets. I’m beyond thrilled that being in one bad movie didn’t derail his career.
First season of TD was so good. The second, so bad