Woody Harrelson Wore PJs To 'Mockingjay' Premiere

There's comfortable fashion and then there's just plain lazy. While in Paris promoting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2, Woody Harrelson wore pajamas and socks on the red carpet alongside his more appropriately dressed co-stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson. The cast and director Francis Lawrence attended a photocall event before the film's premiere, where Harrelson showed up in a gray shirt, flannel pajama bottoms, and matching socks.

I respect that Harrelson has been in this business much longer than Lawrence, Hemsworth, and Hutcherson, and has one of the most prolific acting careers in Hollywood, but there's simply no excuse for him to attend in the laziest of getups. I'm all for comfort when you're on the red carpet getting photographed for all the world to see, but literally attending in your pajamas devalues the time and effort that your peers put into promoting the film. Look, I'm a guy and I find this trend among male celebrities who dress way too casual at these events disrespectful, especially when women in the entertainment industry are constantly fighting for the media to "Ask Her More" on the red carpet.

If Harrelson would have rather stayed home (or Parisian hotel) in his PJs rather than attend the Mockingjay photocall, then he could have saved his cast mates and the rest of us this rather awkward photo op.


At least he wore a suit for another photo opp in Paris.


Perhaps Harrelson would have redeemed himself had he taken the same route as these six celebrities who nailed the pajamas trend better than him.


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Rih slayed in blue satin PJs at the Battleship premiere in 2012. No disrespect to your career Woody, but when it comes to loungewear style, you are no Rihanna.


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The stylish star gave off loungewear vibes at the 2014 American Music Awards.

Rashida Jones

Jones' chic floral PJs at the 2013 Glamour Women of the Year Awards was designed by Erdem.

Grace Coddington

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The Vogue creative director looked badass at the 2015 Met Gala in couture sleepwear.

Cameron Diaz

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The actress attended her movie premiere last year in a belted pajama-inspired ensemble.

Lee Daniels

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Daniels attended the Empire TCA panel dressed up like the show's pajama-wearing Lucious Lyon.