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Batman '89 Comic Reveals Billy Dee Williams as Two-Face

A look at the Billy Dee Williams incarnation of Two-Face that we never got the chance to see in Tim Burton's Batman movies has been revealed as part of the Batman '89 comic book series. Serving as a continuation of Batman and Batman Returns, the Batman '89 comic delves into new storylines set in the same universe. Because Batman Forever took the franchise into another direction following Burton's exit from the director's chair, the comic book storyline essentially serves as Batman 3.
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5 little-known facts about Billy Dee Williams

Even though he didn’t show up until The Empire Strikes Back, it’s hard to imagine the core cast of the original trilogy without Lando Calrissian. Brought to life by the ever-cool Billy Dee Williams, Lando is as much a part of that original trilogy as Luke, Han or Leia. Here...
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MILESTONES: April 6 birthdays for Billy Dee Williams, Marilu Henner, John Ratzenberger

NOTABLE PEOPLE BORN ON THIS DAY include molecular biologist and DNA discoverer James Watson, who was born in 1928; actor Billy Dee Williams, who was born in 1937; filmmaker Barry Levinson, who was born in 1942; “Cheers” star John Ratzenberger, who was born in 1947; Baseball Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven, who was born in 1951; “Taxi” star Marilu Henner, who was born in 1952; football player and sportscaster Sterling Sharpe, who was born in 1965; actor Paul Rudd, who was born in 1969; “Scrubs” star Zach Braff, who was born in 1975; actress and TV personality Candace Cameron Bure, who was born in 1976; football player and sportscaster Tim Hasselbeck, who was born in 1978; model Hilary Rhoda, who was born in 1987; soccer player Julie Ertz, who was born in 1992; and actress Peyton List, who was born in 1998.
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VIDEO: Billy Dee Williams, Mark Hamill as Falcon and Winter Soldier

There has been a great deal of crossover between Star Wars and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Actor Paul Bettany, for example, has been both Dryden Vos in Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) and Vision in multiple MCU projects, including WandaVision. There are also rampant rumors that Iron Man trilogy and Avengers star Robert Downey Jr. could play Grand Admiral Thrawn in Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s The Mandalorian saga.
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Billy Dee Williams shares heartwarming post about ‘Star Wars’ pal Harrison Ford

This “Star Wars” friendship is a Force that’s stood the test of time. Billy Dee Williams shared a heartwarming tweet about his longtime pal and co-star Harrison Ford. “The most valuable antique is an old friend,” reads Williams’ post, which appears to reference a quote attributed to author H. Jackson Brown Jr.
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Star Wars: Billy Dee Williams Posts Special Holiday Message

This holiday season may be dreary compared to those of the past, but there is one bright side to this December: we've seen a whole lot of exciting Star Wars content. In addition to the second season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian and the recent announcement of many new shows and movies, we've also been treated to a lot of fun Star Wars-themed holiday content. Lucasfilm's adorable holiday card featured Baby Yoda and Mando on a sleigh ride and the official social media accounts for Star Wars shared some fun images of fan-favorite droids during the holidays. A few Star Wars actors also did holiday greetings online, including Mark Hamill. The man behind Luke Skywalker is not the only one spreading holiday cheer. Billy Dee Williams, who played Lando Calrissian in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, posted a special message on Christmas Eve.
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Star Wars’ Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams And More Pay Tribute To Late Boba Fett Actor Jeremy Bulloch

There’s a disturbance in the Force today. It was announced that the original actor under the helmet of Boba Fett, Jeremy Bulloch, who portrayed the fan-favorite Star Wars character in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, died at the age of 75. The British actor is an unsung hero of the franchise who is being honored today by stars from all corners of the galaxy.