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
EXCLUSIVE– James Marsden is joining the cast of Rob Reiner’s Iraq war drama Shock and Awe opposite Woody Harrelson. Written by Reiner's LBJ screenwriter Joey Hartstone, which also starred Harrelson, the politically-charged project centers...Show More Summary
The veteran star and filmmaker will re-team after working together on the upcoming LBJ.
Woody Harrelson is sticking with what works. After finishing filming on the not-yet-released LBJ with director Rob Reiner and writer Joey Hartstone, Harrelson is signing on to Reiner and Hartstone's Iraq War movie, Shock and Awe. This film will follow a group of journalists who look into allegations that Saddam Hussein had weapons of ... More »
EXCLUSIVE– Woody Harrelson is in negotiations to re-team with director Rob Reiner and writer Joey Hartstone on Iraq war pic Shock and Awe. The trio recently finished working together on LBJ, which follows the story of former U.S. President...Show More Summary
More forgettable than engaging, The Duel boasts an impressively psychotic Woody Harrelson performance, bloody violence, and an intriguing allegorical plot, but it's just all a bit lightweight.
As of today, director Kieran Darcy-Smith's dark western THE DUEL is playing in select theatres and is available for viewing on VOD. Scripted by Matt Cook and starring Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Alice Braga, and William Sadler,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Erin Moriarty, who played Woody Harrelson's troubled teenage daughter on the award-winning HBO drama True Detective, and Danika Yarosh, who next will be seen opposite Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, have been cast...Show More Summary
Woody Harrelson must function like a battery for Liam Hemsworth. The live-wire American actor manages to bring his Aussie compatriot from the Hunger Games films briefly to life in The Duel, a hammy exploitation Western that shrouds its grungy intentions in arty window-dressing. Show More Summary
I love that westerns have made a comeback in recent years and I love that Woody Harrelson is in one. The Duel is set to hit home video (Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD) on August 23rd from Lionsgate and I will be there to snatch up a copy right away. I think this looks awesome and can’t wait […]
Woody Harrelson proclaims that he has a big interest in superhero movies and desperately wants to be in a Marvel adventure.
Ironically enough, one of the elements many fans are looking forward to most in THOR: RAGNAROK isn't Thor at all, but his soon-to-be intergalactic space buddy Bruce Banner (a.k.a. the Hulk). Needless to say, there are some exciting things...Show More Summary
Dave Franco tells a story while making an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday (June 9) in New York City. The 30-year-old Now You See Me 2 actor revealed that he and co-stars Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson developed a fake boy band while on set. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
Synopsis: After fleeing from a stage show, the illusionists (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson) known as the Four Horsemen find themselves in more trouble in Macau, China. Devious tech wizard Walter Mabry (Daniel Radcliffe) forces the infamous magicians to steal a powerful chip that can control all of the world's computers. Show More Summary
In "Now You See Me 2," the flashy, heisting magician quartet The Four Horsemen (Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco, Woody Harrelson, new addition Lizzy Caplan) are put back in action when threatened by a tech genius played by Daniel Radcliffe, while also being pursued by a magic debunker played by Morgan Freeman. Show More Summary
Casts don’t get much more stacked than the one for Triple 9, the gritty heist drama that hit theaters earlier this year. It’s an embarrassment of riches—Woody Harrelson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Norman Reedus, Gal Gadot, Aaron Paul, and Michael K. Show More Summary
The free market in America is having its weed moment, which means here come the brands. Snoop Dogg has a weed brand, Woody Harrelson tried to (...)
Claflin, who played Finnick Odair in the "Hunger Games" franchise, discussed the possibility of a prequel about Woody Harrelson's Haymitch.
Mark Ruffalo spoke in a recent interview about his own and Cate Blanchett’s roles in the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Thor: Ragnarok. It sounds like Ruffalo is really excited about the film, when he and Woody Harrelson were interviewed about their joint project Now You See Me 2 by ET’s Lauren Zima recently. Show More Summary
Production on the Coens-penned dark comedy begins this fall.