LUBBOCK, Texas — A Lubbock man was indicted Tuesday for aggravated assault of a public servant and evading arrest for a March 25 incident. Owen Wilson, 26, was arrested and booked into the Lubbock County Detention Center. As of May 11, he was not listed in the LCDC jail roster. According to a police report, […]
A Lubbock man was indicted on Tuesday, May 10th for aggravated assault of a public servant and evading arrest. KAMC News reports the indictment comes from an incident that happened back on March 25th, 2022. It's said that a Lubbock police officer was responding to a domestic dispute and approached...
Loki finished off a fantastic first season on Disney+ and it is arguably the best Marvel Studios series to date. The series featured the pairing of Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson, and the duo had some of the best chemistry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Throughout the season their bromance blossomed and you could see how much they cared about each other. A pivotal moment in Loki and Mobius' relationship was during the second episode when Loki agreed to work with the Time Variance Authority. Apparently, a major moment in the series was improvised by Wilson. While speaking with The Playlist, Hiddleston revealed details on the scene.
If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, The Hollywood Reporter may receive an affiliate commission. Note that prices and deals are accurate as of press time but may be subject to change. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson pulled on moviegoers’ heartstrings in Marry Me, the Kat Coiro-directed romantic comedy that debuted Feb. 11 in theaters and on Peacock online. The film will be available for digital download starting Sunday, March 13 and on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, March 29.More from The Hollywood ReporterWhere to Watch 'Winning Time: The Rise...
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If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, The Hollywood Reporter may receive an affiliate commission. Note that prices and deals are accurate as of press time but may be subject to change. Marry Me is setting the example for sustainability on the big screen. More from The Hollywood ReporterJennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson's 'Marry Me' Melts Hearts at Valentine's Day Box OfficeBradley Whitford, Gloria Calderon Kellett Join Pledge to Get Hollywood Paperless by 2030Box Office: 'Death on the Nile' Tops Super Bowl Weekend With Subdued $12.8M The film, starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson,...
Actor Owen Wilson is known for his funnyman roles in movies like Zoolander and Night at the Museum, as well his signature “wow” line. However, the Texas native has also shown a softer and more charming side of himself in a number of romantic comedies. Most recently, he appeared in Marry Me, where he played Charlie Gilbert, the love interest of pop star Kat Valdez, played by Jennifer Lopez.
Owen Wilson has confirmed that he will return for season two of Loki. Wilson confirmed that he will be reprising his role as TVA agent Mobius in the Disney+ Marvel series during WIRED’s “Auto-Complete Interview (which you can watch below). In the interview, Wilson answered the most Googled questions about himself.
Loki season 2 has bagged another returning star for its cast, none other than Owen Wilson. During a Wired autocomplete interview, Wilson sat down and answered the internet’s most asked questions relating to himself. One of these questions was about his fate in the MCU. Well fear not Loki fans, the star confirmed that he will be back on the god of mischief’s TV series for a second season.
With the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home fresh in everybody’s minds and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness looking ready to blow the doors off the multiverse concept in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s easy to forget that the multiverse plotline was born out of the Disney+ series Loki, and that show has already promised us a second season. While there’s a lot we don’t know about what that season will be, we now know a few more things, as Owen Wilson has officially confirmed that his character Mobius will be back, and production is starting soon.