Willie Nelson smokes weed on the set of Dolly Parton’s next Christmas movie


Willie Nelson is on set for Dolly Parton’s upcoming Christmas movie, and the legendary musician was recently spotted smoking weed alongside the country music queen. In photos shared on Twitter, Nelson and Parton can be seen riding around in some sort of motorized cart, with Shotgun Willie shown holding what appears to be a joint. Notably, Parton also appears to be holding the seal in one of the photos, but it’s unclear.

“Today Dollywood in Tennessee is filming scenes from Dolly’s new Christmas movie,” Twitter user Scott B. Peterson wrote in his post including the footage. “Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson Golf Cart between scenes. Willie smokes weed and makes Dolly laugh with his ‘Puff Puff Pass’ to Dolly.” A few people commented on the post, one user retweeted it and joked, “This is more content I need. This is the other group of friends I want to be in. Wolf Pack 2. ”

In other Dolly Parton news, the musical icon reimagined her classic song ‘Two Doors Down’ as a breezy reggae tune for the all-new Positive vibes album. The track is one of 11 other tracks on the Country goes reggae project, which has just been released. Fans can listen to Parton’s track here. Other artists who contributed to the album include Jimmie Allen, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Chase Rice, Uncle Kracker, and fellow Parton Country Music Hall of Famers Alabama.

It was also revealed this year that Sony Pictures and Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine are producing a film adaptation of Run, Rose, Run, a novel that Parton co-wrote with acclaimed author James Patterson. The film follows a young woman who pursues her musical dreams in Nashville, Tennessee, and ends up being taken under the metaphorical wings of a female musical icon she has always admired. However, it turns out that the songs the two women write are filled with secrets about their dark past.

Notably, in March, Parton released a concept album – also titled Run, Rose, Run – which is a companion to the novel. It contains songs such as “Snakes in the Grass” and “Lost and Found”, a duet with Joe Nichols. Parton’s original songs would be featured in the film, and the legendary singer is also set to star in the project. At that time, the Run, Rose, Run the film has no announced release date.


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