We all have events in our lives where we look back and say, this is so wild you can’t just make it up, it should be in a film.
Woody Harrelson is taking that a step further. On June 7, 2002, Woody Harrelson was arrested after a bizarre series of events which ended with a taxi chase. So Woody has decided to tell his side of the story, complete on film. While on average it takes 45-60 days to make a film, with post-production adding up to a year on that, Harrelson isn’t going through all that. In what will be the first of it’s kind, on January 19, Woody will broadcast the first ever live film.
If this sounds hard to do, it is. In the above interview, Woody Harrelson takes us into his rehearsals and tells us everything that could go wrong. Including antennae interference, problems with the one camera they have to shoot with, sound problems, and much more.
‘Lost In London’ Live will be in theaters on January 19, 2017, hopefully without any of those pesky problems, and will be followed by a Q&A with Woody. Tickets for the event can be found at MovieTickets.com here.