Woody Harrelson for Menswear Magazine

Posted on March 16, 2012

Hey, guess what? Woody Harrelson makes a damn good menswear model.

 

Woody Harrelson featured in the March 2012 issue of Menswear magazine photographed by Jim Wright and styled by Alex Badia.

 

Who knew?

Actually, it makes a certain amount of sense. His face is a photographer’s dream – all planes, bumps and valleys -  and he’s quirky and intense. We might have predicted that he’d know how to work a camera, but we’re surprised to see how well he works a suit. He looks fantastic; especially in the first two shots. He should wear more vests.

 

[Photo Credit: Jim Wright via designscene.net]

 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_64HSRZWCSJ5RBFGCWDLFQOICYM G

      Who needs a pretty boy?  This guy is phenomenal.

      • Beardslee

        So true!  Nice to see a grown up man wearing men’s clothes.

      • adnama79

        Texas boy >pretty boy EVERY TIME.  ;)

    • http://twitter.com/sarahohmygod Sarah Oleksyk

      Beautiful shots, especially the “natural” lighting. Way to werq it, Woody!

    • http://eclectictsunami.blogspot.com/ Cassie

      Wow, he looks kind of amazing. I would never have guessed this kind of editorial would suit him so well.

      • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

        Me too. And I loved this TLo observation: “His face is a photographer’s dream – all planes, bumps and valleys -  and he’s quirky and intense.” I’d love to see a female face who fits this description too.

        • tallgirl1204

          Actually, I’ve always thought of Meryl Streep’s face this way. 

          • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

            Good one!

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lucía-Gavello/1253586868 Lucía Gavello

          I guess that while photographers look at men and say “Yay, bumps and valleys!” they look at women the same age and say “Ew, nooks and crannies!” 

          • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

            I know! There’s so much pressure for women to shrink our noses and plump our cheeks to be “pretty,” but perhaps “pretty” and “photogenic” are two different things.

            • http://eclectictsunami.blogspot.com/ Cassie

              Oh, they definitely are. Chloe Sevigny, perhaps?

              Also, a lot of models aren’t really conventionally pretty – they’re often very unusual-looking. 

        • adnama79

          Sigourney Weaver. Sally Field.  Helena Bonham Carter.  Tilda Swinton.  Nicole Kidman pre-getting-work-done (oh, what happened to that FACE!).

          HELEN MIRREN

          MAGGIE SMITH

          QUEEN LATIFAH

          Sofia Vargaras

      • http://twitter.com/ms_smartiepants Beth Mellone

         “…editorial would ‘SUIT’ him so well.”

        Ha, that line made my day!

    • mellbell

      I appreciate that he’s not wearing a hat in the last two, but they’re all pretty great.

    • TxMom2011

      Love the shot in the peacoat.

      • twocee

         That’s my favorite as well.

      • YolandaHawkins

        I agree!  That is my favorite shot.  

    • Eclectic Mayhem

      He’s lookin’ very good on the cover.  Another genius moment of casting having him play Haymitch.  

      I must confess I’m hopping about in excitement regarding the casting for the next movie… suggestions for Johanna, Finnick, Mags, Beetee anyone?  

      Anyone?  

      Bueller?

      • http://www.facebook.com/andreas.stahl Andreas Stahl

        Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) wants to be Johanna, and I am all for that. With dark hair, she”d have me so sold on Ms Mason…

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          Is she supposed to be dark haired?  I thought the description in Catching Fire just mentioned short hair.  I could absolutely see Kristin Bell in the role.  I wonder whether she’d be willing for her hair to go as short as it would need to for Mockingjay Parts I & II…?

          I think Finnick will be very tough to cast.  I’ve not actually seen him act yet but I’m thinking along the lines of Armie Hammer, he has the kind of smile that you half expect to be followed by a wee “ting!” sound effect and sparkle.  But can HE do what he’d need to do in the third and fourth movies…?

          • http://onebluetree.blogspot.com/ Sara L.

            Oh, Armie Hammer is an inspired choice. He did an amazing job in Social Network, so that might be perfect. Not sure about the others.

            • Elizabeth Norris

              Wow, Armie Hammer is dead-on. I’ve been having a hard time thinking of someone, but now I can’t imagine anyone else.

            • http://onebluetree.blogspot.com/ Sara L.

              I know, right??

            • gabbilevy

              Wow, exactly.

          • Laura Maki

            I completely agree with Armie. I often switch between him and Chris Pine for Finnick, but after seeing him on Gossip Girl (I know! But it’s on instant and so good to do chores to!) I think I support him a little more. I just need someone who can seem shallow and cheeky while also having the depth to play the whole Capital past and the poor, mad girl love interest thing! And they have to have the body of a champion swimmer!

          • adnama79

            I had a friend who got so upset that Nicole Kidman’s hair wasn’t the right color in The Golden Compass.  I’ve never really understood worrying about details like that, unless they are critical to plot/theme/character. 

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              I guess it really just depends on the character and the story in question.  Harry Potter’s Ron Weasley HAD to be a Ginger, no question.  When books are this successful I guess readers really cling to character descriptions.

              I don’t really care about the colour of Johanna Mason’s hair but I do care how it looks in the third and fourth film.  It’s important visual about the character and her situation in the third and it’ll take a very brave actress to go that far.

      • http://twitter.com/ILikeShiny Cindi Williams

        Finnick needs to be outwardly smarmy and handsome, but also a victim when the time calls. I’m stuck.

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          Yeah, it’s really tricky isn’t it?  It was hard enough for them to find Peeta and Gale!

      • MilaXX

         He’s too old, but young Ryan Phillipe would have made a good Finnick.
        I haven’t thought about the others.

        It’s odd, but as I read book 1 I thought have been a better Haymitch. As I read books 2 & 3 Woody made more sense to me.

        I thought Lenny was a perfect choice for Cinna. In fact actor I imagined in that role was Keith Anthony Cobb.

        The other characters I mentally cast was Rue. As they described her I imagined Willow Smith playing her. Once I saw Amanda, I forgot about Willow. I also thought of Marcia Gay Hamilton as Coin.

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          It’s a risky statement to make but – IF he had a more athletic build (because we all know those muscles were painted on in New Moon…) I could actually see Robert Pattinson in the role.

           He’s so reviled by so many, however, I doubt it would happen.

          I’ve been thinking Dianne Weist for Coin, she is capable of a very steely coldness.

          I was absolutely chuffed to bits when Lenny was cast – it’s just perfect.  In UK theatre there is a lot of ‘colourblind’ casting – especially at the big Rep companies like the National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company – with people of different races playing family members, etc  I LOVE colourblind casting – I can’t wait to see what he does with the part. 

          • http://onebluetree.blogspot.com/ Sara L.

            Wow, Dianne Wiest is an interesting choice for Coin. I like the way you think!

          • Sobaika Mirza

            What I love about Cinna is that the part itself is colorblind. I think he’s only described as having short hair and gold eyeliner. The reader could imagine – and a director could cast – anyone for the role. And I thought Lenny Kravtiz was an inspired choice, he has such innate confidence and style.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              Absolutely.  I’m not expressing myself very well this afternoon, lack of sleep has done me in, but I guess part of what I’m celebrating about his casting is that the character was seen as colourblind.  It strikes me that, in Hollywood, that’s probably very rare indeed; if a character is not described as being any particular race then the default setting is going to be caucasian.  It makes me very, very happy when casting directors think more broadly than that.

            • AnaRoW

               There actually was something about the way Cinna was described in the book that made me think he was black, although I can’t remember the exact wording, and SC never did come straight out and say it. I would have been surprised if they hadn’t gone with an actor of color.  I’m taking a wait and see attitude with Lenny’s casting because I don’t quite see him in the role. He looks kind of tough and I didn’t see Cinna that way.

            • adnama79

              I thought Cinna was one of the characters who dyed his skin???  Wasn’t he green at first or something?  It’s been 2 years since I read the books and I don’t recall precisely.

              I would love it if that detail were carried on in the movies.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              It’s either Venia or Octavia, from Katniss’ prep crew, who dyes her skin.  I hope they carry that through to the movies too. There’s a particularly sweet moment in the third book that I hope to see in, I guess, the fourth film.  

              It’ll mean a lot of time in the make-up chair for the actress in question but if Gigi Edgley and Virginia Hey could do if for Farscape then she can do it for The Hunger Games!

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              I think his performance in Precious made people sit up and take notice.  I see Cinna as very centered, calm and charismatic.  I think Lenny has what it takes, I think he has buckets of the stuff!

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bethany-Roullett/100000413803142 Bethany Roullett

            Apparently the studio has declared that there will Be No Crossover Casting between Twilight and Hunger Games.  I’m kind of okay with that.

            I love the idea of Dianne Weist for Coin.  Whoever they choose, as long as it’s the same people that cast this film, I’ll probably be happy.  From Cinna/Lenny to Hutcherson’s perfect furrowed Peeta-brow, I’ve been delighted with the casting so far.

          • Ms_Flyover

            If Dianne Weist (who I love)  isn’t available, I’d recommend Cherry Jones.  I also think Debra Monk could pull it off for some reason, but I generally think she’s underrated.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              Ooooooh – Cherry Jones, yes!  That is a good notion.  Debra Monk exudes sweetness for me so I’m not too sure about her.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              Ooooooh – Cherry Jones, yes!  That is a good notion.  Debra Monk exudes sweetness for me so I’m not too sure about her.

            • Teri L.

              Yes!  I’ve been thinking Cherry Jones all along.  I think she would be fabulous.

          • Elizabeth Norris

            She might be slightly too young, but I pictured Viola Davis as Coin. She can totally do steely authoritativeness.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              I’m sure she could rock the part but you’re probably right about the age thing.  Plus the fact that she looks a good 15 years younger than she actually is!

          • MilaXX

             I saw that post as well. I really didn’t mind that olive skinned actors weren’t cast. I think that would have been a tough bill to fill.  I would have had more of an issue if they changed the races of the characters. But Olive skin and blond hair are easy fixes.  As for color  blind casting, I don’t mind it as long as it stays true to the original source.

            As for R Parz as Finnick, I don’t see it.  Finnick is supposed to be a pretty boy and even cleaned up R. Patz is never gonna be a pretty boy. Even without the Twilight thing, I would never buy it for this role.

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              Mmmmmmm, I guess this is one of those ‘beauty in the eye of the beholder’ things because – despite his apparent unwashedness and all of the other bad press – I do think Mr Pattinson has a beautiful face and I think he could pull off the devil-may-care arrogance and flirtyness of Finnick when we first meet him.  

              Physically, however, he’s absolutely not right – he’s just not fit enough.  Painted on six-packs will not cut it for Finnick!  I’m sticking with Armie Hammer.  Though I do see what you mean about Ryan Philippe…

              I was mostly puzzled by the poster who has decided to boycott the movies as she seemed a little ill-informed but obviously felt very strongly about the issue.  She was insistent that everyone from The Seam had clearly been described as mixed race whereas the merchant class were all blond and blue-eyed.  

              I was wondering what mix of races would lead to uniformly brown hair, olive skin and grey eyes since the gene for brown eyes is so dominant.  Having had a wee google on the subject it looks like it’s not so much a mix of races as particular groups within Algeria, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.  So that’s kind of interesting, it certainly adds another element to how Panem was possibly set up and how far into the future the books are set.

            • MilaXX

              I agree RPatz might clean up well, but I don’t see him being able to pull off the charmer side. I do like Armie Hammer though.

              I’m actually going to re-read the first book this week, before I see the movie, but when I read the description of the people from the Seam, I thought of people in goal mining areas like Kentucky Blue Ridge Mountains where the people tended to be a bit more olive toned than fair, but were still essentially Caucasian. I have no idea of how to explain the gray eyes, but honestly didn’t think much of it other than it being a future world occurrence. Bottomline it wasn’t as deal breaker for me.

          • adnama79

            I’ve been watching a number of British dramas on Hulu and Netflix and I find their casts are MUCH more diverse than American shows (I’m in the US) and I’m finding myself really irritated with our casting agencies or whatever.  It seems Britain is simply getting the best actor for the role and we seem to only cast minorities if the role is about race.

            Watching television and movies, you’d think Britain had far more non-white citizens than the US, which is likely not at all the case.  Ugh.  When will we catch up?

            P.S.  Will there be any more Misfits or did the series end?  Loved it! 

            • Eclectic Mayhem

              Hey adnama, 

              I’ve been living in the US for over six years now so I’m horribly out of touch with UK tv, except for what filters through on BBC America and PBS of course!  Misfits looks good, I hope it gets another season.I couldn’t even begin to tell you what the percentage of minorities are in the UK as compared to minorities in the US but presumably the UK has a much, much larger south Asian (Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan apologies to any country I’ve missed out!) population than the US and the US has a much larger Latino population that the UK.

              The UK is really very, very FAR from perfect so I would hate for anyone here to think that I’m completely dissing the US and saying that the UK is better.  We still have many problems with equality in issues of sex and race but we do seem to be making a bit of progress.

              One thing I have noticed here is a real separation between what people will watch on TV and in the cinema.  Tyler Perry seems to have totally sewn up the Black audience, George Lucas couldn’t get his Tuskegee Airmen movie made for love nor money because the studios are all blithering, bloody idiots…  I think that’s definitely less of an issue back in the UK.

      • eight_of_nine

        I imagine Finnick as looking somewhat like Guy Pearce. 

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          Yes, I could see that… Guy Pearce about 20 years ago though!

      • adnama79

        I’d love Kate Winslet for Wiress, or maybe Halle Berry. 

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          I think both Beetee and Wiress are significantly older than Katniss and Peeta.  We’re not told exactly when they won their Hunger Games but presumably the author has that all mapped out for the filmmakers.  Much as I love JGL I don’t think he’s quite old enough!

          • adnama79

            I was thinking that he wasn’t old enough as I typed it.  Would still love him in the role!  ;)

            Maybe a brat packer for Beetee?  Anthony Michael Hall?

            Or Michael Kenneth Williams (Omar from The Wire) or Andre Royo (Bubbles from The Wire)? Those two men can seriously carry those emotional scenes. And MKW is *HOT*.

      • A. Valera

        Arnie Hammer all the way!  When I was reading the book, I immediately pictured Arnie Hammer.  I can’t imagine anyone else.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=689960034 Marcella Cypher

      Love it!!

      The third one down looks stupid because of how they posed him, but he himself looks amazing.  1920′s style suits him. ^-^

    • kalisa

      The one with binoculars is So Woody.

    • Alisa Rivera

      Damn, he’s aging well. He never did it for me when he was younger but these pics are terrific. 

      • SapphoPoet

        Yeah, he always looked sort of unfinished when he was young, but he is aging very well. 

    • greatscoutm

      Whoa, nice.

    • MilaXX

      How nice is it to see a celeb editorial where they don’t make the same face in every picture. Woody himself looks great, I guess it’s all that Hawaiian hippy living. Looks like y under all those clothes.

    • R. L.

      He does get better with age.  I love these suits on him too.

      • NormDeplume720

        And can I just take a minute to be thankful that he hasn’t gone all the way of modern Hollywood and has left his natural hairline alone? Nothing wrong with hair transplants, but it’s nice to see an actor not bow to the pressure. 

        • AnaRoW

          It helps that he was never considered a sex symbol.  He’s probably never felt the pressure to keep himself looking a certain way like Burt Reynolds or John Travolta.

          • adnama79

            And as a result is way sexier than they are now (or when they were his current age). 

            Helen Mirren, same thing.  I don’t think she was super concerned about sexpot status and now she’s super hot.

    • JasmineAM

      He looks incredibly great in the vest.

    • mozzer0906

      He could be a candidate for Thursday Thighs.  Woof.  Who knew?  He looks fantastic.

    • Joyce VG

      YUM!

    • http://twitter.com/lenabena_ Elena

      I never thought I’d see Woody on your blog.
      He looks good here!

    • http://heartprintandstyle.blogspot.com Vivi N

      The last pic just oozes swag. And I hate that word.

    • granddelusion

      Oh, please. How does anyone take this guy seriously.

      • stilly001

        We take him seriously because he is damn good at his job. Have you seen The Messenger? He’s a great actor.

      • http://www.GiftedCollector.com Nancy Abrams

        I just finished watching Game Change and he was excellent as the man who chose Sarah Palin and lived to regret it. Talk about piercing blue eyes.

        • http://profiles.google.com/denise.alden Denise Alden

           God, I know, wasn’t he great?

      • http://twitter.com/asciident Melissa Brogan

         How do you not? Maybe if the only thing you had ever seen him in was Cheers, but he is a good actor and looks very handsome in this photoshoot.

    • http://twitter.com/Kerry_McC Kerry McCombs

      I was never really attracted to Woody until Zombieland came out and I noticed how well he filled out a tight pair of jeans. And he’s PERFECTLY cast as Haymitch in The Hunger Games.

    • janetjb

      I’m surprised, happily surprised.
      I rarely gave him any thought, but I guess it’s time to start thinking…..

    • crash1212

      Woody is great…I guess, but more importantly, how do we feel about the fact that Ryan Gosling is touted to be stepping in as King of Cool thus shoving Steve McQueen aside? My theory…nobody was cooler than McQueen – for his time – having said that, Ryan Gosling is not a bad choice for this era…See “Drive”.

      • Susan Crawford

        Only McQueen was, is, and ever shall be the epitome of American cool.

        But Woody is Woody: and he’s aging out SO nicely.

        Ryan Gosling? Tons of good stuff there, and talent, too. So . . . Ryan can be Ryan.

      • Amy Ellinger

        I’m in the minority that doesn’t get the Baby Goose hype.  he was great in “Drive” but I dunno…just comes off as fake in his interviews, etc. To each their own, though.

        McQueen = timeless.

      • http://twitter.com/asciident Melissa Brogan

         I don’t understand why we need to shove McQueen out of the way to appreciate Gosling. But I guess mags have to sell copies somehow.

    • nannypoo

      I’ve always thought that he’s very handsome. He looks like Robert Duvall, another super handsome man.

    • GorgeousThings

      I’ve loved Woody Harrelson ever since he sang “Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly …” on  Cheers. And I adored him in Zombieland (“Time to nut up or shut up).

    • http://twitter.com/ryenerman rynerman

      What the what?  Brain is confused by just how awesome he is looking here.  More well tailored suits for him!

    • http://twitter.com/myblackfriend myblackfriendsays

      I had a crush on him when he was Woody. Alba-ni-aaa, Alba-ni-aaa, you border the A-dri-atic…

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/4C4KWUGFJCAY7PYGAEZCG4NWHQ Sarah

      Wow, he looks surprisingly great in these shots. Wish they would have ditched the binoculars. Still, I have trouble getting too excited after the Reddit/AMA/Rampart debacle. 

    • Ceur

      He really has the best face. You can see he’s an interesting character, much better than all the blank-faced skinny youngsters.

    • mjude

      wow, who would have thought.

    • jw_ny

      Are these made out of hemp?  I don’t see a clothing designer/brand in the credits…does Woody still have his organic line of clothing.  Seems he’d have promoted it in the credits if he did.  (maybe it says in the small print?)

      Anyway, he looks great…and like a real bad ass too.  ;)

    • Sara__B

      I love to see a man looking good in a suit. I just never imagined Woody Harrelson as that man. Wow!

    • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

      I appreciate that he does not appear to be staking out a 20 year old lingerie model.

      Seriously though, wow. Woody done great. Who knew?

    • Lilak

      I have no idea why this ‘phenomenon’ should surprise anyone.

    • TropiCarla

      I sort of love him more and more every time I see him. That second photo is devastating. yum

    • http://twitter.com/catherineeileen Catherine H.

      This just proves how perfect he is for the role of Haymitch.

    • LuisaNL

      he looks amazing! I have been a fan ever since Natural Born Killers and he is aging really well. How great to see such a confident man, so at ease with himself. Love the last photo!

    • Tamara Hogan

      Yup. HOTNESS.

    • merciblahblah

      I have loved Woody ever since the Cheers ep where, instead of describing himself as a child as a “tow-headed butterball,” he called himself a “butter-headed toe-ball.” Plus, he’s just hot. Homina homina homina….

    • formerlyAnon

      Woody Harrelson has always been one of those exceptions to ‘my type’ that have IT for me.

      And the years have been good to him.

      He is a perfect model for menswear that non-fashion-forward men could not quibble with.

    • SapphoPoet

      Love his type of face–it looks lived in. He looks wonderful in those clothes. 

    • CatherineRhodes

      Not sure what is so special about the way he’s wearing that suit… looks to me like most other men in suits…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=578222184 Burt Perkins

      I worked as an extra on the film “Now You See Me” that he’s currently filming in New Orleans. He’s very nice and really attractive in person. Plus, he’s normal size. I’m 6’1″ and he’s at least 6′. 

    • Sunshine16

      It’s about time they brought back a HOT Woddy Harrelson!  I’ve missed him so!

    • http://profiles.google.com/grandiva1968 e jerry powell

      Woody Harrelson would make a good number two husband in my harem.  Particularly if he brings those clothes with him.

    • aimee_parrott

      He looks great.  He’s really at the top of his game right now, too — he was great in Game Change, and I’m really looking forward to Hunger Games.  (Just realized that’s an awul lot of “games” in one sentence, but there you go.)

    • sockandaphone

      hes such a good actor. LOVED him in Game Changer, saw it last night. And super excited to see him on The Hunger Games next week! 

    • AudreysMom

      one more thing this guy can do. He’s been surprising me for decades.

    • Susan Crawford

      Woody has what it takes – to do whatever he wants in my book! Not at ALL surprised at how he can rock a fashion shoot. Anyone in doubt of his ability to wear fabulous clothes with style and panache need only watch “The Walker” – he was flawlessly tailored and wore the power suits, vests and all, like a king!

    • poggi

      The cover shot is great.  He’s got a boxer’s face (in a good way).

    • jjfg

      Never really been a fan (not that I dislike him, I just haven’t seen much of his stuff), but I agree that he looks great here.  

    • bluefish

      Woody Harrelson is an amazing actor and a man who has gotten better and better looking with age. Love him.  He owns these photos and gives these clothes that vavavavoom quality that every good ad seeks.  Great magazine cover.

    • Cathy S

      That first shot’s fantastic. Looking good, Woody.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1551681662 Lauren Summers

      James Franco has got to be green with envy at the magazine’s proclamation that Woody Harrelson is “the beat poet of movie stars.” 

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=733516833 Toby Wollin

      Time to cue up a 50s newspaper movie for him.

    • joything

      Woody Harrelson + John Slattery = Global Implosion …

    • piecesofconfetti

      I like it! Also made me think how great Statham would look in these clothes/shots.

    • http://twitter.com/cornekopia Shawn EH

      Love the short coat! Black and gray definitely look nice on blondes like Woody.

    • rainwood1

      I suspect he’d wear more vests if they were made of hemp.

    • Anathema_Device

       He does look great here! I love the way he goes from goofy/friendly to intense pretty easily in these shots. He seems to be perfectly cast as Haymitch in The Hunger Games.

    • Jessica O’Connell

      Why hasn’t he been at any of the Hunger Games premieres?

    • BrightsideSusan

      He and Ed Harris  have that intensity and sweetness. 

    • http://vhanna26.typepad.com Vera

      Woody. Who knew?

    • random_poster

      Wow.  I’ve never seen him look that good.  I’ve only ever seen him play the goofy/wacky/deranged character.  Hard-boiled detective, anyone? 

    • Spicytomato1

      I don’t know. It’s hard for me to embrace the fashions when it’s hard to get past the serial killer vibe I always get from him.

      • GorgeousThings

         Eh, that’s just left over Natural Born Killers.

    • quiltrx

      Wow!  I never thought of Woody as having an ‘other eras’ kind of look, but he could be a 40s-50s detective in those first couple of shots.

      I like the picture in the coat the best, but they all look pretty great.  He has a really natural way of moving on film, so I’m not surprised he made a good model when given the chance!   And he does have a very interesting face…would that that would be appreciated more in women!

    • Caaro3

      “Somebody bring me some water!”

    • EEKstl

      Wow!  He looks great!  He is rocking that turtleneck.  

    • http://surelysonsy.blogspot.com/ Jessica | Surely Sonsy

      hot damn! (period.)

    • Heather Sheridan

      I’ve been missing him in the Hunger Games red carpet pictures so this is just what I needed. Though I would love to hear TLo’s opinion on his shirt at the LA premier. And his jewelry (which I’m fairly certain was a Mockingjay pin).

    • http://www.lindamerrill.com Linda Merrill

      Turtleneck and trench coat = yum!

    • eight_of_nine

      Wow, he looks pretty awesome here.  I love the noir-ish aesthetic… now I want to see him in a detective movie!

    • miwome

      I…did not know I could be this attracted to Woody Harrelson. Excuse me, I need to figure out how to feel about this.

    • boweryboy

      YUM!

      You guys can have Joe Mangawhatshisface.  I’ll take Woody anyday.

      I would try for a witty double entendre but’s early and my coffee hasn’t kicked in.

    • leilah

      All I can say is, “shut UP!”

    • Lisa

      See, now THAT’S a handsome, interesting man!  He normally doesn’t look like that, but he looks damn good, and very stylish!  

    • http://twitter.com/mellafe natalia h

      I’m pleasently surprised. 

    • TheOriginalLulu

      Wow, what a nice surprise!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1079353493 Heidi Nielson Sylvester

      *fans self*  my huge crush on Woody just got even more huge.  He looks delicious here.

    • frankystein123

      Love his film-work, and this editorial is just a bonus.