Woody Harrelson pretty much does what he wants, when he wants, and when your resume is as stacked as his, it sort of makes sense.
Harrelson attended Wimbledon and made sure to have the best time possible, taking in the men’s doubles final between Juan Sebastian Cabal/Robert Farah and Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin over the weekend.
Unlike the tedium of a relaxed fifth-inning at the ballpark, Harrelson wasn’t allowed to get back to his seats casually, with the match fully in session. The decorated actor appeared to be taken aback for a second, and handled the moment with a drink in hand.
drunk woody harrelson being kept from his seats at wimbledon is a huge mood pic.twitter.com/kjh7rMZt0p— #1 Woody Harrelson @ Wimbledon Documentarian (@TylerRuinsTV) July 13, 2019
You can’t keep a good man down, however.
HE’S BACK BABAYYYY pic.twitter.com/pby95he2c6— #1 Woody Harrelson @ Wimbledon Documentarian (@TylerRuinsTV) July 13, 2019
I guess we’ve all been there, Woody. None of us routinely get nominated for Academy Awards or are expected to be on camera at all times, though.
can someone check on woody pic.twitter.com/LFunpC0pNj— Twltter’s #1 Woody Harrelson @ Wimbledon Historian (@TylerRuinsTV) July 13, 2019
The All England Club rarely has had this much flavour. Perhaps he’s researching a role for a potential Roger Federer biopic? One can dream.