‘Monster’s Ball’ screenwriter in stable condition after subway accident

HollywoodNews.com: Will Rokos, the Oscar nominated scribe of “Monster’s Ball,” survived a subway accident over the weekend.

The actor-screenwriter was peering over the side of the platform at 14th Street and 7th Avenue when the No. 2 train hit him in the head per the New York Post.

The impact sent Rokos, 57, flying. When cops arrived, Rokos was semi-conscious and was sent over to Bellevue Hospital where he was in critical but stable condition.

Cops said that the driver of the subway saw Rokos but didn’t have enough time to stop the train.

Rokos’ “Monster’s Ball” rallied Halle Berry to the first ever best actress Oscar win for an African-American.

In the film, directed by Marc Forster, Rokos also played a prison warden.


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One Comment

  • November 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    OK, A good news! Thank you for his writting. I will share this with my friends on the forum of —gothicornot–com, they like the writer very much!!!!

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