In Fox Searchlight’s upcoming dramedy “Wilson,” Woody Harrelson plays a guy who has no filters.
As the saying goes, if it’s in his brain it’s out his mouth. And, clearly, his social abrasiveness has strained if not destroyed his relationships in life.
“Forty years from now you’re going to be on your death bed, saying, ‘Where did it all go?'” Wilson tells a rush-hour commuter who becomes increasingly perturbed by his new lonely and neurotic acquaintance.
Laura Dern, as his estranged wife, uses her purse as a weapon against Wilson at one point in the new trailer (above).
The movie revolves around their reunion, as the too-honest Wilson tries not to botch another shot at happiness after learning he has a teenage daughter (Isabella Amara).
The film was directed by Craig Johnson (“The Skeleton Twins”), and also features Judy Greer and Cheryl Hines.
Based on a graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, who also wrote the script, “Wilson” has just been rescheduled to enter theaters on Mar. 24 (delayed just a few weeks after its original release date).