Tag: Frankie Hyman

  • Bullet for Adolf—Lucky Adolf!

    The summer of 1983 was a formative time for the young Woody Harrelson. Yes, that Woody Harrelson: Before he was a TV and movie star, it seems, he worked a construction job in Houston, where he made a lifelong friend named Frankie Hyman. What else happened that summer, and why it mattered, are not things […]

  • Woody Harrelson: “I Wish My Indies Were Blockbusters!”

    After a smash series, two Oscar nominations, Game Change, and a part in the Hunger Games franchise, Woody Harrelson naturally has turned to writing and directing. The result is Bullet for Adolf, a comedy set in 1983 Houston, which he co-wrote with Frankie Hyman and which officially opens on August 8 at New World Stages. […]