Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Brissie Kid, Dec 7, 2013.
Thumbs up: John Marsh, left, and David 'Wolfman' Williams. Photo: Paul Howard
Hope his film wins the Tropfest - he has a snipet on his twitter page - scary Tropfest is televised on SBS 2 Sunday 8:30 or free at Centenial Park
I reckon it'll bomb out!...sorry Wolfie...jokes.....more worried about the teachers line... "Then when I pieced it all together, it made sense why he was built the way he was."...hmmmm......I don't want to know.
Wolfie might give Crowey some acting tips.
http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/79559235822/Tropfest-Dec-2013-Darkness-Comes The birth of Wolfie, on film - intense yet stranglely appealing. "I sense great vulnerability. A man-child crying out for love. An innocent orphan in the post-modern world." "I see a parasite. A sexually depraved miscreant who is seeking only to gratify his basest and most immediate urges." "His struggle is man's struggle. He lifts my spirit." "He is a loathesome, offensive brute. Yet I can't look away." "He transcends time and space." "He sickens me." "I love it." "Me too." - An elderly art loving couple, admiring the painting of Kramer, in "The Letter"
Well whatever the arts twitterers tweet regarding the film, Wolfie looked HOT. Was a bit concerned about his diet in the movie. Dog food washed down by bourbon's not good for his pre season training. Thought he played the character perfectly. Thumbs up from me. Now back in your Manly gear our much loved hairy one.
I was just flicking and fluked seeing it. I saw this guy running across a paddock, hesitated with the remote. Watched a bit more, then i thought, **** he looks like the wolfman. This kept me watching until the credits and there he was, the wolfman, with a special thanks to george mimmis...........then i flicked again pretty quickly
He done good, played strong Congrats Wolfy, it was a fine acting performance!!
Hmmmm indeed. The MWSE website says that Williams was "Propositioned by director John Marsh"
There's a show over here called "The Republic of Doyle." About a couple of knockabout PI's in Newfoundland. (It's not very well acted but strangely appealing). Low and behold if R. Crowe wasn't on one episode! Oscar winner to a 1 episode appearance on R of D! Surely...the only way is up! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republic_of_Doyle
I wonder if Wolfies brother did the music for the film.
Get back to me when you see him on a re-run of Beachcombers, then I'll know he has made it.
A little Manly snippet on Fox Sports News now that Wolfie has extended his contract for one year
Hahaha. I get that reference, but only because they mentioned it on "Corner Gas." Sigh....1 more year of you and niccipops posting wolfie's fat fatty McFat fat torso on here.
With any luck, Kayne Lawton secures a first grade spot next year, and the Torso Trust continues infinitum [attachment=727]
Well...... I'm pretty sure it'd be better than a "men of silvertails" calendar!
Hahaha. I'm pretty sure there's some kind of law preventing the public from such frightening images.
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