Woody Harrelson Stops By CBS This Morning to Talk About His New Play, ‘Bullets for Adolph’ (video)

woody-harrelson-cbsWoody Harrelson biked his way to the CBS this Morning the other day to talked about his new play, Bullet for Adolph. Harrelson co-wrote and directed the play that is currently running off-Broadway at the New World Stages.

They also chat a bit about Catching Fire and have a weird moment when Gayle King asks him what she is missing by not smoking weed. This is hard news guys, hard news.

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