Emile Hirsch is Talking Woodstock Shirtless
Check out this new still of shirtless Emile Hirsch on the upstate New York set of Ang Lee‘s Taking Woodstock, a behind-the-scenes look at how the 1969 music fest came together.
“It’s later in the year than it was during Woodstock [which actually took place in August], Emile tells EW. “We were all shivering, and we had these silver-foil space blankets that miraculously keep you really warm. [But they don't keep you clean.] I did a Superman slide down a hill, and started turning on my back… I was covered in mud. I think there was pig crap mixed in, because we all smelled like crap… ‘Woodstock becomes a way for him to find the joy he has left in his life.”