Owen Wilson's First Post Suicide Attemp Interview to Be Posted Online
Owen Wilson is breaking his longtime silence. He's said to have given an interview to his longtime friend, director Wes Anderson, which thus becoming his first ever post suicide attempt interview.
The interview, according USA Today as quoted Fox Searchlight, the studio that released the duo's latest film collaboration "The Darjeeling Limited," will be posted online at midnight Friday October 26th as part of MySpace Artist on Artist series.
No words on what they discussed on the interview. But fear not for we will all be able to find out upon watching the video.
Wilson and Anderson have worked together on multiple projects besides that of "The Darjeeling," naming some are "Bottle Rocket" (1996), "Rushmore" (1997), "The Royal Tenenbaums" (2001), and "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" (2003).
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