Owen Wilson doesn't find it very funny anymore.
"The Coup" centers on an American family in Southeast Asia that becomes embroiled in a violent rebel attack. Wilson plays a father in the film that reportedly has a similar tone to the Liam Neeson kidnapping thriller, "Taken."
Owen Wilson's last action film (unless you count "Cars 2") was "Behind Enemy Lines," the 2001 war drama in which he played a Navy navigator who must traverse hostile territory when he's shot down in the area mentioned in the title. The film also starred Gene Hackman, who also co-starred with Wilson later that same year in Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums."
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