Wilson debuted as an actor in the role of “Dignan” in the Wes Anderson film Bottle Rocket, which he co-wrote with Anderson. Wilson subsequently landed a role in The Cable Guy, directed by Ben Stiller, an early admirer of Bottle Rocket. in 2003. He then reunited with Chan to make Shanghai Knights (2003) and the movie remake of the television series Starsky & Hutch (2004). Due to his busy schedule as an actor and an ongoing sinus condition, Wilson was unavailable to collaborate on the script for Wes Anderson’s fourth feature, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Also in 2005, Owen collaborated with his brothers by appearing in The Wendell Baker Story, written by brother Luke, directed by Luke and brother Andrew.
Owen Wilson doesn’t think son will appreciate work Owen Wilson doesn’t expect his baby son Robert Ford to enjoy watching his animated ‘Cars’ movies until he is at least five years old. Owen Wilson thin… [link]