‘Rampage’ Is Making ‘Rockstar’ Look Good in ‘Rancho’ Trailer: “Rockstar” Writer Talks About His Next Film

Posted October 05, 2018 09:50:54 “Rock star” writer and actor Michael K. Williams has revealed that the upcoming film “Rampages” will feature an ensemble cast that includes “Randy Quaid” star of “Gotham City Sirens,” Jason Bateman, and the actor, Paul Reiser, who is known for his roles on the “X-Files” and “The Office.”

The film will be written and directed by “Rock Star” writer-director Josh Gad, and will be set during the 1970s.

“Ramps” is the story of a gang of “rockstar” cops who go on a run to the Black Hills of South Dakota and take on a deadly task in order to save the life of a young girl.

“I’m so excited,” Williams told MTV News about the film.

“We’re making a movie about what it was like to be a cop in the ’70s.

We’re doing a movie that really puts people back in the streets of Detroit, in a city that was a haven for gangsters and criminals and people that were in and out of prison.

“It’s really about what the world was like in those days and what it’s like now. “

So I’m very excited about the role of Randy Quaid, Jason Batemen and Paul Reisers,” Williams added.

“It’s really about what the world was like in those days and what it’s like now.

I’m really excited about this film.

It’s going to be really interesting to see what kind of world we’re going to live in.”

Williams was joined by Gad and “Rambo” director Jon Favreau at the MTV Movie Awards on Saturday night to introduce the film, which was screened to a standing ovation.

“Rocker” actor and former “Gangster Squad” cast member Rachael Taylor was also on hand to introduce “Rammstein,” a song that was performed by the band.

Williams is also the director of the upcoming documentary “Rappler: The Untold Story of Rock ‘n Roll,” which is set to be released on October 18.

“The Rampages,” the second installment in the “Rancid” series, follows the events that led to the murders of three men who were killed in a botched drug deal.

“With ‘Ramps’ the film is set in the 1980s and ‘Rancids’ was set in 1985, but this time we have a new set of characters,” Gad told MTV.

“What happens when a bunch of cops go into a crime scene and try to solve the case?

This is the ultimate gangster story.”

Gad has previously said that he and Williams have been working on a new “Rockstars” movie, and that they have discussed an “Rambles” sequel.

“You know when you’ve been doing ‘Rambo’ and ‘Gothams’ and you’re like, ‘This movie is going to happen?’

And then you do ‘Rocks,’ and then you’re excited about it,” he said.

“And then it’s not and it’s just like, Wait a second, you know what?

There’s no way we’re doing it.

But I think this one is going the way we always want it to be.”

The cast and crew of “RAMPAGES” will also have to navigate the changing face of “gangsters” after the “Gangs” series was canceled after one season.

Gad recently told Entertainment Weekly that he was happy to work on a “Rocks” sequel, and added that he has been told that it will include some of the gangster tropes he has loved from the original series.

“At the end of the day, I don’t know,” he told EW.

Gad said that “Ranchos” co-star Jason Baterman was very interested in playing the character of “The Devil” in “Rangemaster,” and Gad told Entertainment Week that they would be very interested to see him back in that role. “

Gad told EW that he is also interested in working with former “Rockers” actor Michael Chiklis, who will reprise his role of “Rocky” in the new film.

He’s a fantastic actor and I love his work,” Gad said.