In perspective

Posted by · 3:14 pm · January 16th, 2010

Fortunately, I saw Inglourious Basterds. I saw The Last Station. I have no illusion that I’m going to win anything at this point. So it’s an easy ride for me!

–Woody Harrelson discussing life on the 2009-2010 awards circuit.

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  • 1 1-16-2010 at 3:38 pm

    Loyal said...

    I love Woody. Not the biggest fan of The Messenger but his work is always solid.

    I also loved his interview on The View last month where he stood strong that the Iraq war was all about oil. The ladies of The View didn’t quite know what to do with him.

    He was also the best thing about 2012. And of course, amazing in Zombieland.

  • 2 1-16-2010 at 3:47 pm

    Al said...

    Almost a sad statement…..but true.

  • 3 1-16-2010 at 4:22 pm

    Megan said...

    That’s weird.

    When it comes to Christopher Plummer and Woody Harrelson, I see the latter as Christoph Waltz’s biggest competition.

    At the end of the day, it has undoubtedly been a big year for Woody, and surely there’s going to be more good stuff on his way.

  • 4 1-16-2010 at 5:18 pm

    Adam M. said...

    Didn’t Woody win the NBR? That’s no small honor.

  • 5 1-16-2010 at 9:29 pm

    AmericanRequiem said...

    someone saw the last station!!!!

  • 6 1-16-2010 at 9:35 pm

    Ed said...

    The real sad truth is that Woody Harrelson deserves to win best supporting actors…and I liked Christoph. But it doesn’t even compare with Woody’s emotionally bare performance…so beautiful.

  • 7 1-16-2010 at 11:38 pm

    Megan said...

    I don’t know about that, Ed.

    But Woody makes for both a formidable and respectable contender.


  • 8 1-17-2010 at 2:14 am

    theoriginal.andrew said...

    What I don’t like of the Supporting Actor race is that Plummer’s character is hardly supporting. I think it’s unfair. And the Last Station is hardly a Helen Mirren movie. Worst category placement of the year, definitely.

  • 9 1-17-2010 at 4:11 am

    Michael W. said...

    I think it’s a great statement. And I do feel that there’s someone in the race every year who just loves being there, but are very well aware that they have no chance to win very much. I didn’t see any dissapointment in the faces of the other nominees last year when Heath Ledger won everything.

  • 10 1-17-2010 at 6:18 am

    Patryk said...

    I still believe Waltz should be in leading. If that were to happen (yeah right), Woody would be the frontrunner in supporting.