Keanu Reeves had, "Whoa", but that was silly and got tired fast. Owen Wilson has "Wow" and I think many agree it's a bit more tolerable cause he's funny. And better.

I'm a big Owen Wilson fan. First thing I saw him in like most was Wes Anderson's debut feature film (which Owen co-wrote), Bottle Rocket. Many of you know it; it was a weird, awkward, dark comedy that was the perfect introduction to the ... well, weird, awkward world of Owen Wilson.I immediately took to his brand of humor. Dry, witty and just flat out hilarious if you catch his side comments and under his breath dialogue. He is a true funnyman as far as I'm concerned.

Over the years decent parts quickly came up in bigger budget Hollywood movies like; The Cable Guy, Anaconda, Meet The Parents and Armageddon to name a few.

Then we followed him on many more Wes Anderson journeys like; The Royal Tenenbaums, A Life Aquatic, The Darjeerling Limited etc. He'd then catch on to co-star in big roles and we learned that it would be Owen, not Luke (Wilson) who would be the bigger star. Owen combined with Jackie Chan in Shanghai Noon, I-Spy with Eddie Murphy, Behind Enemy Lines with Gene Hackman, Zoolander with Ben Stiller, Starsky and Hutch, Markey & Me and so on and so forth.

In pretty much all of these films, Owen brings along with him not only that legendary broken nosed smirk, but three letters that he pretty much now owns....

...and Hey, it's been a while since he's done a serious movie. Check out the trailer for his up-coming big action flick with Pierce Bronson.