Woody Harrelson on 'Out of the Furnace' and a vegan Thanksgiving on 'Live with Kelly and Michael'

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Woody Harrelson is a busy man. He is one of the stars of 'Catching Fire,' and he's in another film, 'Out of the Furnace,' that will be released soon. The actor talked about this second film and about being a vegan on Thanksgiving when appearing on "Live with Kelly and Michael" on Wednesday (Nov. 27).

"Out of the Furnace" is the tale of a backwoods crime boss in the south. Hooked on meth and rather violent, this guy was even a lot for Harrelson (a man known for more than a few disturbing parts). "It feels like a unique character for me to play," he explained to Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan of the role.

"He's the worst character I've ever played! Which is saying something. I really didn't like being that guy. I was glad when we wrapped."

On a happier note, Harrelson expressed enjoyment when talking about celebrating Thanksgiving as a vegan. "We just have ham," he joked before giving a (slightly) more serious answer. "We have, like, vegetables."

Don't look for a tofurkey on Harrelson's table though. He didn't seem to be a huge fan of the faux-meat. "I've had tofurkey before. It's a very dense food," said Harrelson.

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