From the streets of Cleveland to Hollywood in a matter of hours: Ted Williams, the homeless man with the incredible voice who became a YouTube sensation, says he has been offered a role in a film with Jack Nicholson. "They're supposed to be making a movie in which Jack is playing opposite a disc jockey, which he would like me to portray in the movie," Williams said. He is considering a flurry of offers that followed his viral fame, including announcer at Quicken Loans Arena, the home of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers and voice of a Kraft Macaroni & Cheese commercial to air on ESPN. And on top of all that, Williams was reunited with his mother, who he hadn't seen in 20 years, on NBC's Today Thursday. "My prodigal son has finally come home," his mother said in the emotional meeting.