Woody Harrelson Is Making the World's First Live Movie in One Take

Woody Harrelson Is Making the World's First Live Movie in One Take
Woody Harrelson has had one hell of an impressive career, but his next movie will easily be his most groundbreaking yet. The film is set to be broadcast live in cinemas as it's being shot.

No, it's not a filmed play. Called Lost in London, the film will be shot in 14 different locations and include a cast of 30 people. The film will be shot in one continuous take over the course of 100 minutes.

In addition to Harrelson, the Lost in London cast includes Owen Wilson and Willie Nelson.

"No one has ever shot a movie and live broadcast it into cinemas at the same time," Harrelson said in a promotional video, available below. "No one's ever been that stupid — until now." He also says if it doesn't work out, he plans to jump into the Thaves River and end his career.  

Speaking with EW, Harrelson described the film as a "soul-searching" comedy about one of the worst nights of his life. 

Lost in London will be broadcast to 550 theatres across America on January 19. For more information on the event, go here.