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Woody Harrelson Pulls Off a Live Feature-Length Film Beamed Straight to Theaters

"I found out that it hadn’t been done, but I also found out that there's a million obstacles, so the reason why it hadn't been done is because it's quite difficult."

Last week, Woody Harrelson pulled off the impressive Lost in London–a feature-length narrative film that used 14 London locations, 30 actors, and 300 crewmembers as it was filmed and beamed live straight into movie theaters.

The story, about a wild night in London, was based on true events that happened to Harrelson 15 years ago. “I wanted to film in real time because [the story] does happen sequentially,” Harrelson said at a post-film Q&A. “I found out that it hadn’t been done, but I also found out that there’s a million obstacles, so the reason why it hadn’t been done is because it’s quite difficult.”

Read the full story here on The Hollywood Reporter.

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