Luke appeared in Anderson’s next movie “Rushmore” that same year — which is also in the top three Anderson movies and if you disagree you are wrong — and then got his (relatively) big break in 2001’s “Legally Blonde.” Whether you like it or not, you that you like “Legally Blonde” and watch it every time it plays on TBS, which is basically every other Saturday. Luke evened out his indie street cred by starring in Anderson’s next film — and probably his best known — “The Royal Tenenbaums,” which came out the same year.
Despite his white bits, the 46-year-old cut an impressive figure as he stretched and did press-ups in the nude.
But back in the early 2000s, Luke proved that he had both comedic and dramatic acting chops and has starred in two of the best Wes Anderson movies ever made. Along with Wes Anderson, the brothers Wilson made their first film “Bottle Rocket” in 1996, and despite the fact that it is among the top three Wes Anderson movies ever, most people have never seen it. The next year, Luke went on to appear in “Scream 2” and then landed his first leading role opposite Drew Barrymore (who he also dated for a while — but seriously, who didn’t she date back in the day?
) in 1998’s “Home Fries.” They also costarred together in “Charlie’s Angels,” which is definitely one of those movies you watch on USA whenever it is on. He also probably did himself a disservice by signing on for “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” which somehow hurt his career and not Reese Witherspoon’s.
A recent poll conducted for the Celebrity Post shows that a large majority (67%) of respondents think those Owen Wilson death rumors are not funny anymore.
Owen Wilson Death Hoax Dismissed Since Actor Is ‘Alive And Well’On Thursday (July 19) the actor's reps officially confirmed that Owen Wilson is not dead.
There's no form to it, which I kind of like."Harrelson and Wilson have been friends for many years and last year they holidayed together in Peru and Hawaii.