Denzel Washington Would Rather See His Son Play in a Super Bowl than Win Another Oscar
In 'Unstoppable,' based on a true story, Denzel Washington plays a railway engineer who partners with a conductor (Chris Pine) in a race against time to stop a runaway train laden with toxic chemicals. It's a fun roller-coaster ride expertly directed by Tony Scott, who's directed Denzel in five films, including 'Man on Fire,' 'Crimson Tide' and 'The Taking of Pelham 123.' When PopEater spoke to Denzel, we knew we'd have a fun conversation, but never in our wildest dreams did we think we would be discussing breast milk with the two-time Oscar winner.

Did you meet the actual man you portrayed in 'Unstoppable'?
I did. We did get a chance to meet the two men on who the story was loosely based.

I imagine you're a little bit more handsome.
I'm a little bit darker, too, because he's not black.

You've worked with Tony Scott like 27 times.

Ever get into arguments with him?
Sure, all the time. I just beat him and then he does what I say. Nah, he's a good man and the reason we've worked together five times is because he's very good, and obviously we've had a lot of success together.