Woody Harrelson will no longer be a healthy innate torpedo of grass.
In an talk with Vulture, Harrelson pronounced he has quit smoking weed. The actor suggested he’s trying to dial it back after “30 years of just merrymaking too f—ing hard.”
He pronounced it hasn’t been easy, generally when people around him light up.
“Well, like, last night, someone had — not just good herb but sativa; really good sativa. There’s a joint, and beautifully rolled. we like a beautifully rolled … and we just was like, we mean, I’ve left this long. It would be weird to just be like, ‘Okay, let me have a hit off that,’ and then unexpected go back to smoking too much,” Harrelson said.
Harrelson pronounced he still thinks rarely of marijuana, but he still wants to cut it out of his life.
“I don’t have a problem at all with smoking. we consider it’s great. we consider it’s a good drug, in terms of…Even cops contend that the side outcome is euphoria,” Harrelson added. “But when you’re doing it all the time, it just becomes … Well, you know. we feel like it was gripping me from being emotionally available.”
The 55-year-old pronounced he’s also trying to cut back on celebration and tries to do-so “moderately.”
While weed may no longer be a partial of his life, starring in cinema has kept Harrelson busy.
The former “Cheers” star is set to seem in the arriving “War for the Planet of the Apes” and will also have a role in the arriving Han Solo “Star Wars” movie.