Woody Harrelson has played a serial killer, a basketball hustler, a sitcom bartender and Larry Flynt, but this week, Woody appears in his most difficult role yet: Off the Cuff with Peter Travers. Just one week after his Cheers co-star Ted Danson sat down in the office of Rolling Stone's resident movie critic, Harrelson and Travers talk about fatherhood, the funniest actor in Hollywood, attacking the paparazzi and Harrelson's two new films out this week, The Messenger and 2012. Watch this week's Off the Cuff above, and stick around after the credits to see Harrelson perform Elvis' "Heartbreak Hotel."
Off The Cuff With Peter Travers: Woody Harrelson
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