The View: Woody Harrelson Now You See Me Preview & Jane Lynch

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The View: May 21 2013

Recapo Update: Here are the segments from today’s show:

The View: Co-Host Pamela Silva Speaks Out Against Latino Stereotypes

The View: Brad Pitt’s Small Circle Of Friends & Mothers In New York Schools

The View: Woody Harrelson Guesses Sherri’s PIN Number On National TV

The View: Jane Lynch Annie Preview, Glee Review & Hollywood Game Night

On The View May 20 2013, Woody Harrelson comes by to talk about his role in the upcoming heist flick, Now You See Me, Jane Lynch of Broadway’s Annie comes in, and Barbara Walters learns how to make pottery.

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The View: Woody Harrelson Now You See Me Preview

The View: Woody Harrelson Now You See Me Preview & Jane Lynch

Woody Harrelson will be talking about his role in the upcoming heist flick, Now You See Me. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

Woody Harrelson has been in the acting business for quite some time. The 51-year-old actor has credited parts going back as far as the ‘80s, but his biggest breaks came from his parts on movies like White Men Can’t Jump and the famous television series Cheers, where he played a simple-minded bartender from Wisconsin, Woody Boyd. His latest role will be on the upcoming Now You See Me.

Now You See Me is a modern thriller about a team of FBI agents tracking a team of hot-shot illusionists that perform heists on banks during their performances and reward the crowd with money.

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With a plot like that, it has me wondering…can’t the FBI put 2 and 2 together and realize that these heists just happen to take place during these performances? I’m probably missing something. We’ll just wait and see what Woody Harrelson has to say about it.

The View: Jane Lynch

The actress who struggled for many years with alcoholism in the past had a lot of small breaks before she saw any big one. Taking on small, occasional roles on shows like Family Guy, the actress got her big break on the silver screen with The 40 Year Old Virgin. Jane Lynch has also seen a lot of success with her role on Fox’s Glee, where she plays the brutal cheerleading coach, Sue Salvester. She is now playing in the latest Broadway production of Annie.

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