Woody Harrelson Was So Hung Over He Could Barely Stand At A Recent Movie Premiere (VIDEO)

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Woody Harrelson didn’t do a very good job of coordinating his schedule recently. The actor admitted on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” that he partied a little too hard the night before his latest movie premiere. He said he was up until 6 a.m. drinking with his brother. Then, three hours later, he had to get up and go to the “Free Birds” premiere with his co-star, Owen Wilson. “Free Birds” is, of course, an upcoming children’s animated film, making his state even more awkward.

According to Harrelson, he could barely stand up when it came time to hit the premiere. “You know, it’s for kids and stuff, and I’m like walking around … not pretty,” he said. “But what was terrible was, Owen, you know. We’re doing these interviews together and I told him ahead of time, ‘Dude, you’re going to be … doing all the heavy lifting here.”

Wilson agreed, but he still put Harrelson on the spot from time to time. “He’d talk for a while and then he’d go, ‘What do you think buddy?’” Harrelson said. “And I’d be like, ‘Well, I agree with you.”

Maybe Harrelson was just getting into character for the next “Hunger Games” movie. While we’ll never know for sure, we bet he wasn’t hung over while recording “Free Birds.” The turkey film opens on November 1, just in time for the Thanksgiving season.

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