Woody Harrelson Says Michael J. Fox And He Both Drank Cobra Blood

Woody Harrelson, a longtime buddy of Michael J. Fox, and the actor are practically blood siblings. At the 2022 Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, Harrelson gave Fox the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and shared a startling story about meeting the “Back to the Future” actor in Thailand in 1989.

61-year-olds Harrelson and Fox claimed to have run into a young child staging a fight “between a cobra and a mongoose” when out one evening.

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The “Zombieland” actor made fun of the cobras, saying, “He taunted a bunch of them and then he chose the orneriest cobra, grabbed it by the neck, tossed it in a cage with mongoose, where I saw the craziest battle I’ve ever seen between any creatures other than studio executives.”

He added that “drinking the cobra blood is considered ‘becoming brother to the serpent.'” “And the mongoose triumphed. They took the snake, yup, tied it by its tail, run the blood out, half-filled four glasses with cobra blood and half with Thai whisky.” The “Hunger Games” star revealed that Fox “promptly vomited his snake cocktail,” despite the fact that Harrelson claimed his Canadian friend can typically “hold his own” when it comes to drinking.

Following his recounting of the amazing incident, Harrelson praised Fox, who was given a Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis in 1991, for transforming “a terrifying prognosis into a daring purpose.”

In order to find a treatment for Parkinson’s disease, the “Casualties of War” star established a foundation in Fox’s honor in 2000 and has already raised more than $1 billion.

According to Harrelson, “He never begged for the position of Parkinson’s advocate, yet it is his best performance.” Michael J. Fox provides the best example of both how to live and how to fight. Fox praised Harrelson for their friendship and unwavering support after he arrived at the platform to a prolonged standing ovation.

I cherish you. To Harrelson, Fox remarked, “We caused some harm. “In the 1980s, we caused some damage.” Fox has had the crippling illness for more than 30 years, yet he has always maintained a positive attitude in life. Parkinson’s is what I mean when I say it’s a gift that keeps on giving. However, it has genuinely been a blessing, he added in his remarks.

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In a profile for AARP magazine last year, he echoed these thoughts and said that despite the difficulties, he is “content” with his life. “When it comes to remedies, I’m really direct with folks. I respond, “I’m 60 years old, and science is hard,” when someone asks if I will be cured of Parkinson’s in my lifetime. So, no,” said Fox.

“I really am a happy guy. I don’t think anything morbid and I don’t worry about dying. At all.”

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