Owen Wilson talks about 'Father Figures' (2017) and his childhood

The new comedy 'Father Figures' follows twin brothers, played by Owen Wilson and Ed Helms as they go on a road trip to reconnect with their father. In this exclusive interview Wilson opens up about what kind of father he grew up with, and reveals the most important lessons he was taught as a child.

Famous actor/writer Owen Wilson is preparing for the premiere of his new movie Father Figures (2017), that will be released on December 22.

This movie is a directorial debut of Lawrence Sher, who worked as a cinematographer on more than 30 big budget titles in Hollywood.

Chinese screenwriter Hongwen Mai wrote a script for Father Figures (2017), this time using a different name - Justin Malen.

Father Figures (2017) is a comedy about two fraternal twin brothers that hit the road to find out who their father is. Their mother has been lying to them for years that he is dead, but this road-trip will prove that he is indeed alive, and it will show the brothers who they really are.

Beside Wilson, you will have a chance to watch Christopher Walken, J. K. Simmons, Ed Helms, Katie Aselton, Ving Rhames and many other actors and actresses.

Watch this video, and find out something about Owen Wilson's childhood, which he used to better portray his brotherly on-screen love!

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