Woody Harrelson Poses for Rare Photos With Wife and Daughters at 'Champions' Premiere

See the actor pose on the red carpet with his wife Laura Louie and two of their daughters.

A family affair!

Woody Harrelson brought along some special guests for his latest red carpet photo-op, as he appeared at the New York City premiere of his upcoming movie, Champions, Feb. 27.

That's right, the 61-year-old actor was joined by his wife, Laura Louie, 57, along with two of the pair's daughters, Deni, 30, and Makani, 16. The couple—who have been married since 2008—also share 26-year-old daughter Zoe, who did not attend the event.

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The Venom actor is gearing up for the film's release next month, in which he stars as Marco Montes, a former minor-league basketball coach who receives a court order to manage a team of players with intellectual disabilities. The new movie is slated to hit theaters in the U.S. on Friday, March 10.

But his upcoming film role isn't the only thing making headlines for Harrelson. He recently stirred up controversy about the COVID-19 vaccinations while giving his monologue on Saturday Night Live

As Parade reported earlier this week, Harrelson seemed to take a jab at the vaccine shots while discussing what he called one of the "craziest scripts" he's ever read.

"So the movie goes like this… The biggest drug cartels in the world get together and buy up all the media and all the politicians and force all the people in the world to stay locked in their homes," he said. "And people can only come out if they take the cartel’s drugs and keep taking them over and over."

The Hunger Games alum then added, "I threw the script away. I mean, who was going to believe that crazy idea? Being forced to do drugs? I do that voluntarily all day."

He previously criticized the safety measures that have since been implemented on sets, telling Vanity Fair in May 2022, "Mask and goggles, even a face shield. And I think it's not very conducive to good work. As one who doesn't believe in the germ theory, I find it rather absurd."