It worked a treat, too, because White Men Can't Jump ultimately went on to gross $90.8 million when it was released in 1992, and Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson's chemistry is widely regarded as one of the main reasons for its success.
Based on the graphic novel of the same name, the dramedy "Wilson" stars Woody Harrelson as a lonely, neurotic, but always upsettingly honest middle-aged man who reunites with his estranged... For more, visit our blog !
The quirky dark comedy is now in theaters.
Actor and marijuana advocate Woody Harrelson made headlines earlier this week for his decision to give up smoking pot and Rhea Perlman has weighed in on his decision. Woody Harrelson had acquired a stoner reputation and was known as an advocate for marijuana as he had smoked it for more than three decades. Show More Summary
Last week brought the tiniest of updates regarding the Star Wars spin-off film that will focus on Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo. Not only did we learn the name of the character that Woody Harrelson will be playing (which didn’t...Show More Summary
"Still, he has nothing bad to say about marijuana, which he calls 'a great drug.'"He's right — isn't he? — about the biggest problem with marijuana.
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Fox Searchlight is taking Wilson, starring Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern and Judy Greer, to more than 300 theaters this weekend. The title, which debuted at Sundance in January, is one of a slew of specialty newcomers. Spring tends to usher in more limited releases, which would be welcome following a mostly slow start of 2017. Show More Summary
Wilson is a film that is gritty, harsh but it speaks a lot of truth tooI really like Woody Harrelson. I have seen him play all kinds of roles in tons of films. He was amazing in Kingpin, Zombieland and both Now You See Me films. He is an actor who has played a lot… The post ‘Wilson’ Takes a Hard Look at Modern American Society appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In Wilson, Craig Johnson’s adaptation of the Daniel Clowes graphic novel penned by Clowes himself, Woody Harrelson inhabits the role of the titular character: a guy who hates everyone, but mostly just because he thinks they could do better. Largely, that involves responding to his constant attempts at conversation, whether ... More »
His performance grounds this intermittently hilarious and absurd drama. [ more › ]
Wilson is glaringly uneven, but when Woody Harrelson is in such commanding form, you're willing to forgive, forget, and just enjoy being in his presence.
It didn't take a Jedi Mind Trick to get Woody Harrelson to provide new details about his "Star Wars" character.
Daniel Clowes has revealed that the legendary Peanuts comic strip was his original inspiration for _Wilson. _
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Woody Harrelson has finally confirmed some vital information regarding his character in the upcoming Han Solo movie.
“Wilson” asks, can a male middle-aged crank get a sentimental education? If you even care whether that’s possible, Craig Johnson’s film adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ 2010 graphic novel offers a reasonably amusing case study in how that might transpire. That’s thanks in good measure to the can’t-think-of-who-else...
The actor revealed more info about the upcoming anthology film and clarified his character's relationship to Han Solo. The post Han Solo’s Woody Harrelson Reveals His Character’s Name, Role appeared first on CBR.
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