In Wilson, Craig Johnson’s adaptation of the Daniel Clowes graphic novel penned by Clowes himself, Woody Harrelson inhabits the role of the titular character: a guy who hates everyone, but mostly just because he thinks they could do better. Largely, that involves responding to his constant attempts at conversation, whether it’s at the urinal, on the street, or on the bus. In this exclusive clip, watch Wilson, freshly out of prison, apply his singular charm to some poor kid who’s just trying to mind his own business — a poor kid anyone who’s ever ridden public transit can almost certainly empathize with.
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