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Glen Powell’s Parents Showed Up on His Red Carpet With Signs Trolling Him: ‘Stop Trying to Make Glen Powell Happen’ and ‘It’s Never Gonna Happen’

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Zack Sharf Digital News Director Glen Powell remained the king of grassroots publicity at an Austin, Texas, screening of his new Netflix movie, Richard Linklater’s “Hit Man.” The leading man hit the red carpet at the event accompanied by his family, but his mother and father decided to troll their son with signs directed at the press line that read: “Stop trying to make Glen Powell happen” and “It’s never gonna happen.” It appears Powell’s parents have been paying attention to all the press attention their son has been getting over the last few years.

Every time Powell appears in a movie, be it Netflix’s “Set It Up” or Tom Cruise’s blockbuster “Top: Gun Maverick” or Sony’s rom-com “Anyone But You” with Sydney Sweeney, the press can’t help but say he’s got bona fide star power and is the next big thing.

The “Hit Man” reviews also praised Powell for once again proving he’s a real movie star. Powell, who also co-wrote “Hit Man” with director Linklater, stars in the film as a Houston police associate who disguises himself as different assassins in order to catch willing clients.

The movie is based on a true story, which was chronicled in a 2001 Texas Monthly magazine article of the same name by Skip Hollandsworth.

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