Luke Wilson cuts a very casual figure while waiting for an Uber in Manhattan, New York
He’s a movie star.
But Luke Wilson cut a very casual figure while waiting for an Uber in New York City in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood on Friday.
The 50-year-old actor appeared to be enjoying his time in the pleasant early autumn weather as he propped himself off against a wall and struck a pose before his ride arrived.
In the fresh air: Luke Wilson was seen waiting for an Uber in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood on Friday
Wilson cut a very casual figure, as he wore a light gray zip-up hoodie above pairs of white pants and brown work boots as he waited to be picked up.
The performer is currently awaiting the release of the upcoming action-thriller feature, Gasoline Alley.
The actor will portray a homicide detective following the case of an influential figure implicated in the death of three actresses who has to work outside of the law in an effort to clear his name.
Also set to appear in the forthcoming feature are Bruce Willis and Devon Sawa, with the former playing Wilson’s partner.
Comfortable clothing: The performer wore a zip-up hoodie and a pair of white pants, as well as a set of work boots
Staying occupied: The actor is set to star alongside Bruce Willis and Devon Sawa in the upcoming thriller feature Gasoline Alley
Highland Film Group’s CEO, Arianne Fraser, spoke to Variety in March and expressed that the project had ‘all the ingredients for commercial success coupled with a storyline and production values that will elevate the film in the marketplace.’
She also spoke about the project’s commercial viability stating: ‘our trusted worldwide partners are looking for these high-energy, splashy thrillers and this film ticks all the right boxes.’
Highland’s COO, Delphine Perrier, also gave the media outlet a little bit of information regarding Gasoline Alley’s aesthetic.
High expectations: Highland Film Group’s CEO, Arianne Fraser, expressed that Gasoline Alley had ‘all the ingredients for commercial success’; wilson is seen in 2019
She noted that the film would be ‘packed with action combat scenes infused by a unique rockabilly atmosphere. It’s going to be fantastic.’
Its director, Edward Drake, remarked that the project would feature an ‘incredible narrative about the darkest corners of modern society.’
Production began in Georgia earlier this year, and Gasoline Alley does not currently have a release date.
Wilson will also be seen in the forthcoming Netflix drama feature Plus/Minus.
Keeping it going: Earlier this year, Wilson was added to the cast of the upcoming Netflix film Plus/Minus; he is seen in June
The forthcoming project will follow a college graduate named Natalie, played by Lili Reinhart, whose life splits into two separate realities, one of which sees her staying in her Texas hometown and the other shows her moving to Los Angeles.
The actor’s casting was confirmed earlier this year by The Hollywood Reporter, who also revealed that Andrea Savage, Aisha Dee and Danny Ramirez had also signed on to appear in the program.
Production on the feature wrapped in late August, and it has not received a release date as of yet.
Upcoming project: Physical production on Plus/Minus wrapped earlier this year and it has not received a release date as of yet; Wilson is seen in 2019