The video for U2’s “Song For Someone” off their new album Songs Of Innocence was widely publicized: It was teased, billed as a short film, and starred Woody Harrelson. But apparently they wanted to make a more traditional Bono-in-the-wilderness version of it for posterity’s sake. So now we’ve got just that, a beautifully shot black-and-white […]
When Woody Harrelson needed a chef to cater to his raw vegan diet while on location in Minneapolis, Birchwood Cafe’s chef Marshall Paulsen was up to the challenge. Paulsen spoke Read More The post Birchwood Chef Marshall Paulsen Cooks for Woody Harrelson appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Rob Reiner’s LBJ film cast Woody Harrelson as the 36th president early on, then quickly added Richard Jenkins as his adversary and former fictional president Bill Pullman as a liberal Democrat senator. But the story of Johnson’s first...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Kim Allen (Army Wives, The Carrie Diaries) has signed on to portray Jackie Kennedy, the beloved first lady in Rob Reiner’s upcoming feature, LBJ. Woody Harrelson is portraying Lyndon Baines Johnson. Also in the cast are Bill Pullman and Richard Jenkins who both play politicians. Show More Summary
It was the kind of fallout that was an inevitability. After relative unknown auteur Nic Pizzolatto, along with director Cary Fukunaga and stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, managed to capture lightning in a bottle with the debut season of True Detective. Show More Summary
Woody Harrelson has great range as an actor, able to convincingly play a farmboy from Indiana one minute and a full blown psychopathic killer the next. They say inspiration often stems from our life experiences, and if Woody had known his father was a hitman it might have helped his acting career. Show More Summary
The True Detective star's darkest roles are nothing compared to the drama he's dealt with off-camera.
Maybe our expectations were just too high. The first season of True Detective (after, admittedly, a warmup period) was one of the best shows of 2014, with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson delivering a dramatic gold mine, so our hopes were up there. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Bill Pullman has signed on to play Sen. Ralph Yarborough in Rob Reiner’s LBJ, joining Woody Harrelson and Richard Jenkins in the pic about LBJ’s ascent to the presidency and passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act. Filming...Show More Summary
For those who don't know the term "walker," or haven't seen the film The Walker directed by Paul Schrader and starring Woody Harrelson, it's a term that refers to a closeted gay man who escorts rich ladies around to social events. The...Show More Summary
In the fourth and final installment of the Hunger Games film series, the Mockingjay Part 2 trailer is finally here. Jennifer Lawrence is back as Katniss Everdeen, along with favorites Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Stanley Tucci, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. And of course Oscar winner Julianne Moore is back as Alma Coin. Watch it below:
After I did the MAD parody of the first season of “True Detective”, I was looking forward to the new season. I know it would not have Matthew McConaughay and Woody Harrelson in it, but the first season was riveting so I had faith the second one would be just as good. Show More Summary
Richard Jenkins has joined the cast of Rob Reiner’s LBJ, a film chronicling Lyndon B. Johnson’s transition to becoming the 36th President of the United States after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Jenkins will play southern senator...Show More Summary
True Detective season two has undeniably become a rote procedural that glorifies its boozy fuck-up leads while also being so boring that even last week’s civilian-massacring gunfight scene didn’t muster a fuck. What we need now, is for this season to end. What we need now, is Woody goddamn Harrelson. Read more...
In the first season of True Detective, the hook was instantaneous. You put Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in front of a brutal, ritualistic murder scene and you’ve got yourself an audience — it’s as simple as that. True Detective...Show More Summary
U2 have released the nine-minute short film "Song for Someone" starring Woody Harrelson as a man getting released from a prison. He meets up with his daughter (played byHarrelson's real-life daughter Zoe) in the parking lot and they drive off. Very few words are spoken throughout the entire film, though it's...
A short film for the Songs of Innocence track.
U2 debuted a short film/music video for their Songs Of Innocence track “Song For Someone” last night during SundanceTV’s season premiere of Rectify, which is one of those shows I keep hearing is really great but never get around to watching. It stars Woody Harrelson (and his daughter Zoe) as a man who is let […]
The eight-minute short film stars Woody Harrelson as a newly released prison inmate reunited with his now-teenage daughter (played by Harrelson's real-life daughter Zoe) after a long incarceration.
U2 have shared a new short film called Song For Someone, which features the band's single of the same title as it appeared on their last album, Songs of Innocence. The Vincent Haycock-directed clip debuted today on SundanceTV, and features Woody Harrelson and his daughter, Zoe. Show More Summary