Woody Harrelson

Now You See the ‘Now You See Me 2’ Trailer, Now You Don’t

EDIT
by Charles Bramesco March 16, 2016 @ 10:48 AM
Summit
Magicians: they’re no longer just people who remind of you of the good choices you made in life when seen at children’s birthday parties. Magicians are now “cool” and “sexy” and “played by Lizzy Caplan.” She’s taking the place of Isla Fisher, who was presumably busy keeping a brave face as she watched her husband of six years crawl into an elephant’s vagina, as one of two new key acquisitions for the fledgling franchise. As the newly released trailer embedded above indicates, she’s one of three newcomers, along with Chinese singer Jay Chou and actual boy wizard Daniel Radcliffe, showing a little range by portraying a character who cannot do magic, but does somehow have access to every single computer in the world, which is slightly more implausible.

‘Triple 9’ Trailer: An Intense Heist Thriller With an Insane Cast

EDIT
by Matt Singer November 11, 2015 @ 12:09 PM
Open Road
I don’t think I’ve ever not recognized Kate Winslet in a movie before. But I did not recognize her in the latest trailer for Triple 9. It wasn’t until her name flashed onscreen that I even realized it was her — and even then I had to rewind to see for myself. According to Wikipedia, which is never wrong, she plays “a Russian-Israeli Mafia moll.” My favorite kind of Mafia moll!

‘Triple 9’ Red Band Trailer: Casey Affleck Tries to ‘Out-Monster the Monster’

EDIT
by Britt Hayes October 6, 2015 @ 6:41 PM
John Hillcoat is the director behind The Road and Lawless, which makes Triple 9 an instant must-see. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Lawless star Shia LaBeouf, Triple 9 was put on the back burner for a few years before Hillcoat got back to work on it, replacing LaBeouf with Casey Affleck for this nasty little crime thriller. The first trailer has arrived, and as the red band warning promises, things get very, very brutal.

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Adds Woody Harrelson as an Evil Human

EDIT
by Jacob Hall September 15, 2015 @ 11:49 AM
HBO
Good news: War of the Planet of the Apes has added Woody Harrelson to the cast. Bad news: Woody Harrelson will not be playing an ape. Good news: Woody Harrelson will be playing a mysterious character known as “the Colonel,” which means he’ll probably have at least one scene where he fist-fights an ape to the death. After all, movie characters whose names are just military titles do that kind of thing.

12 ‘True Detective’ Facts to Reopen the Yellow King Investigation

EDIT
by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 24, 2015 @ 12:54 PM
HBO’s True Detective smashed time into a flat circle by its blockbuster first season, but did you know that creator Nic Pizzolatto originally intended the story as his next novel? Or that Matthew McConaughey’s Rustin Cohle only drinks eight beers over the course of the series? These are just some of the case files pulled from the twelfth episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which investigates the occult drama of of HBO’s True Detective!

Woody Harrelson to Play LBJ in Rob Reiner’s ‘LBJ’

EDIT
by Britt Hayes June 16, 2015 @ 8:24 PM
Pascal Le Segretain, Getty Images / Hulton Archive
Woody Harrelson’s next serious career step finds him entering the Oval Office for director Rob Reiner. The True Detective and Hunger Games star (and former bartender of our hearts) will take on the role of former President Lyndon B. Johnson, a man who helped pass the Civil Rights Act, and most recently played on screen by Tom Wilkinson in Selma.

Will I Like the Hunger Games-less ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1’? (And 24 Other Urgent Questions)

EDIT
by Mike Ryan November 17, 2014 @ 3:10 PM
Lionsgate
This week, the third ‘Hunger Games’ movie, which follows the first part of the third book, will be released into theaters. It is called ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,’ which is a lot of words. But, here we are. Already, ‘The Hunger Games...

‘SNL’ Scorecard: Woody Harrelson Wins the Quarter Quell

EDIT
by Mike Ryan November 16, 2014 @ 10:09 AM
NBC
Woody Harrelson’s third time as host of ‘SNL’–and his first since way back in 1992 (he hosted just a few weeks after Jason Priestly)–was actually pretty great. Anticipation for an ‘SNL’ host is a fickle beast. Now, one might circle the calendar when he or she sees, say, Chris Rock’s name show up as host, then that show winds up being a bust. I suspect that not a lot of people were thinking, Oh, man, Woody Harrelson is hosting ‘SNL’! I need to cancel all of my plans because that will be one I can’t miss. Then Harrelson goes out and is everything we want out of a host: funny, up for anything, looks like he’s having fun, willing to sing a song about apples that is still stuck in my head. Anyway, he hosted the best show of the season so far and here is your ‘SNL’ Scorecard.