Woody Harrelson shares bizarre ‘snake cocktail’ experience with Michael J. Fox

Woody Harrelson has opened up about a bizarre experience he had with Michael J. Fox in the 1980s.

Harrelson has been invited to the 2022 Governors Awards to present the Back to the Future Actor with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award on Saturday (November 19).

Prior to Fox’s arrival on stage, Harrelson revealed that he and Fox, both 61, drank cobra blood together one night in 1989.

That cheers Explaining how they came across a kid who was starting a fight between a cobra and a mongoose, the actor said, “He was taunting a bunch of these cobras and then he found the nastiest cobra and grabbed it by the neck and threw it in one Cage of mongooses where I saw the craziest fight I’ve ever seen between other animals being studio managers.”

According to Harrelson, “the mongoose won,” and the child “took the snake, tied it by its tail, wrung out the blood, and filled four glasses half with cobra blood and half with Thai whiskey.”

He said the couple pushed back on the drink since “drinking the cobra blood is called ‘becoming a brother to the snake.'”

While holding his down, Harrelson said that Fox, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease just two years later, “immediately vomited his snake cocktail.” He quipped, “I could never hold his cobra blood.”

Later, when Fox was introduced on stage, he said: “I love you. We did some damage in the ’80s.”

Woody Harrelson presents an award to Michael J. Fox

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Harrelson also commended Fox for turning his “terrifying diagnosis into a bold mission,” citing Fox’s foundation, which has raised more than $1 billion for a Parkinson’s cure.

The actor said: “He never asked for the role of Parkinson’s disease advocate but it’s his finest performance. Michael J Fox is the ultimate example of how to fight and how to live.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/woody-harrelson-michael-j-fox-b2230200.html Woody Harrelson shares bizarre ‘snake cocktail’ experience with Michael J. Fox


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