Looks like Woody Harrelson will soon be adding a few hyphens to his official occupation. The soon-to-be actor-writer-director has revealed to Screen Daily that he will soon be making his directorial debut with Lost In London, from his own screenplay. Show More Summary
Woody Harrelson — the actor associated with "Cheers," "The Messenger" and now Lyndon Baines Johnson — was in a very non-LBJ place Friday: a juice restaurant west of downtown Toronto, trying to suss out a menu item. "Organic soy?" the well-known vegan inquired skeptically of a waitress. "Organic...
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The movie premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival
Woody Harrelson is the latest actor to play Lyndon Baines Johnson—following in the footsteps of such luminaries as Bryan Cranston, Tom Wilkinson, Liev Schreiber, and Randy Quaid—in Rob Reiner’s new biopic LBJ, which chronicles the president’s journey from reluctant second-in-command to leader of the free world. Show More Summary
He talks about big, beautiful titties! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. 2016 seems to be the year of LBJ appreciation. Bryan Cranston already turned in a great performance as one of our more colorful presidents...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Primed for its World Premiere on Thursday at the Toronto International Film Festival Rob Reiner’s new movie LBJ shows President Lyndon Johnson in a different light. In LBJ we not only see the man known for pushing through...Show More Summary
Hailee Steinfeld dazzles inside the Swarovski store at the Turn Up The Style – Swarovski Meet & Greet during New York Fashion Week held at Swarovski on Friday (September 9) in New York City. Just the night before, the 19-year-old actress and singer performed at the Nylon Rebel Fashion Party. Speaking with Vanity Fair about [...]
Ah, high school. How does anyone survive it? Especially when those you love ? aka your older brother and your best friend ? have turned against you? And by “turned against you,” we mean “started dating.” In “The Edge of Seventeen,” such is the plight of Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld), a self-absorbed junior whose social circle isn’t exactly prosperous. Show More Summary
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When Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were first announced to be starring in a television show with early news of True Detective, it felt like everyone was deeming this a turning point for television — that, after having been considered the lesser (or at least separate) art to film for so long, it was finally being legitimized by people with […]
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Deadpool writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese will meet with Woody Harrelson as they plan out Zombieland 2.
The fan-favorite scene was very close to not happening at all before costar Woody Harrelson stepped in to help. The post Zombieland’s Bill Murray Cameo Was Offered to 12 Other Actors First appeared first on CBR.com.
It can be easy to forget that Chris Hardwick isn’t the only white, male nerd in AMC’s stable, what with his being recruited for virtually every after-show the network produces. But Kevin Smith’s also set up comic-shop in the same environs—first...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Jessica Biel has joined, Richard Schiff is finalizing a deal, and newcomer Luke Tennie is on board to team with Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Alec Baldwin, James Marsden and Milla Jovovich in Rob Reiner's Shock and Awe,...Show More Summary
This year alone, Brie Larson has won a Best Acting Oscar, filmed Free Fire with Cillian Murphy and Armie Hammer, and wrapped production on Kong: Skull Island and The Glass Castle (co-starring Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson). Oh, and she was recently cast as good ol’ Captain Marvel. Show More Summary
Woody Harrelson stars in Daniel Clowes' "Wilson," coming to theaters in 2017.
In real life, responding to a suicide threat with sarcasm is a terrible idea; doing it while you’re a high school teacher is probably criminal. But there’s an exception for Woody Harrelson, as the trailer for Edge of Seventeen shows—his perfect deadpan is any depressed teenager’s Achilles’ heel. Show More Summary