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James Woods Names His Favorite Hollywood Co-Star


Hollywood legend James Woods likes to interact with his fans on social media. He answers questions from the average fan, unlike other stars, and actually enjoys talking to us. He is smart too and is not afraid to tell the truth when other stars are afraid to get censored or blackballed.

One fan asked him about his hit movie, Once Upon a Time in America, and Woods said: “Overall the greatest experience and greatest achievement of my film career. A personal favorite. Thank you.”

Another fan asked: “Man I really would love to interview you on my show! Maybe someday…” Woods said: “I don’t do press, but now that corporate lapdog liberal media are falling like flies, hoisted with their own petard, I might start doing shows like yours. 

“DM me after the summer.”

Responding to a post about the Biden administration issuing a travel advisory for the Caribbean, Woods said:

“Why travel to get shot, mugged or carjacked in the Caribbean when you can stay home for the same fun in any blue city in America?”

Woods has also started giving American history lessons to his fans. His latest:

“As brilliant as Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence is, it wasn’t an overnight stroke of the pen.

“A lengthy process of bringing the colonies together was galvanized by Richard Henry Lee’s earlier resolution for independence. This account from http://History.com traces the evolution of one of mankind’s seminal documents: 

“On this day in history, June 7, 1776, Richard Henry Lee of Virginia introduces a resolution for independence to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia; John Adams seconds the motion.

Lee’s resolution declared: “That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dissolved; that measures should be immediately taken for procuring the assistance of foreign powers, and a Confederation be formed to bind the colonies more closely together.”

“During the ensuing debates, it became clear that New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and South Carolina were as yet unwilling to declare independence, but would likely be ready to vote in favor of a break with England in due course. 

“Thus, Congress agreed to delay the vote on the Lee Resolution until July 1. In the intervening period, Congress appointed a committee to draft a formal declaration of independence.

“Its members were John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, Roger Sherman of Connecticut, Robert R. Livingston of New York and Thomas Jefferson of Virginia.

“Jefferson, well-known to be the best writer of the group, was selected to be the primary author of the document, which was presented to Congress for review on June 28, 1776.

“On July 1, 1776, debate on the Lee Resolution resumed as planned, with a majority of the delegates favoring the resolution. Congress thought it of the utmost importance that independence be unanimously proclaimed. 

“To ensure this, they delayed the final vote until July 2, when 12 colonial delegations voted in favor of it, with the New York delegates abstaining, unsure of how their constituents would wish them to vote.

“John Adams wrote that July 2 would be celebrated as “the most memorable epoch in the history of America.” Instead, the day has been largely forgotten in favor of July 4, when Jefferson’s edited Declaration of Independence was adopted.”

One Twitter user asked James to name his “Favourite co-star?”

Woods responded:

“I was blessed and enjoyed so many of my co-stars. Honestly they were all pretty wonderful.

“That said, how could you not spend every single day with Dolly Parton and not think you had died and gone to heaven?”