When television and movie fans think of Danny Glover usually the "Lethal Weapon" films come to mind but since those films he has put forth some outstanding acting performances and one of those that will soon be on display at the Pan African Film Festival is as Mr. Walker in "Supremacy".
The film will be the opening night feature of the festival and he will appear on the red carpet alongside director Deon Taylor. The movie revolves around a recently paroled white supremacist who kills a cop and takes Danny Glover's family hostage. Danny Glover as the family patriarch is also an ex-con with his own set of issues who finds himself needing to understand the individual who has his family hostage in order to keep them safe.
Sometimes when an actor is not in the media spotlight one can forget about his exceptional acting talent and that might just be the case with Danny Glover. He is an actor of exceptional dramatic range and he displays it in this film as he does not take the easy route and focus on only one or two dimensions of his character. He explores multiple dimensions of the character's personality in "Supremacy" and provides a performance that makes it almost impossible for a viewer not to connect with his character.
In addition to this film Danny Glover will be seen in feature roles in 2014 on the big screen in "Beyond the Lights" and "Toxin" and has three other movies in post-production: "Long Day Journey", "Killing Winston Jones" and "Yellowbird".
Danny Glover's acting talents are still in excellent form and some might argue that maybe, they are better than ever, a claim some fans support by the fact that he is an actor who has a large number of movies in either pre or post-production which is usually a sign that one's talents are in-demand but for this actor, has been the norm throughout his career.