On Tuesday, Luke Wilson was involved in a car collision that killed one man, Mark Gibello.
Wilson’s car was struck by Gibello's Ferrari, but he was able to walk away from the crash uninjured.
"I only wish I had the life you guys write about," the heart-throb reportedly said.
After the crash, Wilson took action to save the life of a woman driving a BMW SUV, which was flipped over after being hit by the Ferrari.Sean Heirigs, a witness at the scene, told People magazine, “At this time, Luke Wilson had jumped out and come up to the woman’s window.I overheard that [Haas and Gibello] just went out, that [Gibello] wanted to show off the car.It sounds like he just took it for a spin and lost control.” According to the police, the Ferrari was “traveling at a high-rated speed” when the accident occurred. “I respectfully ask that the media allow me to receive care and heal in private during this difficult time,” said the star of “Wedding Crashers.” Cedars-Sinai spokes woman Cynthia Harding confirmed that Wilson “is here and in good con dition.” The actor had been transferred to Cedars- Sinai from St.
We’re just hoping he gets bet ter.” Wilson – who was listed in stable condi tion at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles – released a statement through his representative re questing privacy.
But back in the early 2000s, Luke proved that he had both comedic and dramatic acting chops and has starred in two of the best Wes Anderson movies ever made. Along with Wes Anderson, the brothers Wilson made their first film “Bottle Rocket” in 1996, and despite the fact that it is among the top three Wes Anderson movies ever, most people have never seen it. The next year, Luke went on to appear in “Scream 2” and then landed his first leading role opposite Drew Barrymore (who he also dated for a while — but seriously, who didn’t she date back in the day?
) in 1998’s “Home Fries.” They also costarred together in “Charlie’s Angels,” which is definitely one of those movies you watch on USA whenever it is on. He also probably did himself a disservice by signing on for “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” which somehow hurt his career and not Reese Witherspoon’s.
Wilson’s last serious romantic relationship – with beauty Kate Hudson – fell apart just before Memorial Day.
Hudson had been spotted over the weekend very publicly canoodling with handsome new love Dax Shepard, but sources insisted that it did not contribute to Wilson’s emotional turmoil. His older brother, Andrew, appeared worried as he left the Santa Monica house and headed to the hospital early yesterday, one neighbor said. Wilson’s uncle Joe, who shares a house with Owen, said, “He’s fine, and the family is doing great.” One neighbor said that when she heard the ambulance, she was surprised because Wilson never causes any trouble. He never has any crazy parties or does anything wrong,” Betty Miller said. It’s not just one thing,” said a friend of the actor.
She followed with an on-again off-again romance with Pearl Harbor star Ben Affleck, which evolved into a close friendship after the two split last year.