Normally, when a celebrity joins Zach Galifianakis on “Between Two Ferns,” the passive-aggressive host sprinkles enough seeds of discomfort and resentment that ultimately, a confrontation blooms. But Will Ferrell is different. The comic movie-star, dressed like your Minnesota uncle during his one trip to Malibu, had Galifianakis eating out of his hand — and his mouth, for that matter. In the end, it was Ferrell who’d had enough of the conversation. Take a look after the jump.
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On “Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis,” guests can expect to be treated rudely by the insecure host. But there doesn’t seem to be anything inspired or playful about Galifianakis’ recent remarks about Mad Men beauty January Jones. After a writer from ShortList.com mentioned that Jones had named the Hangover star as the “most naturally funny person she’d ever met,” Galifianakis basically scoffed. “If I remember correctly, she and I were very rude to each other,” he said. “It was crazy. I was at a party — I’d never met her — and she was like, ‘Come sit down.’ So I sit at her table and talk for 10 minutes, and she goes, ‘I think it’s time for you to leave now.’ So I say, ‘January, you are an actress in a show and everybody’s going to forget about you in a few years, so f—ing be nice,’ and I got up and left. And she thinks that’s funny?” READ FULL STORY »
Donald Trump announced yesterday that he would not seek the presidency, and today, the new question is, Why? Why did the real-estate titan and reality-TV star take his name out of the running for the Republican nomination? According to Anthony Baxter, he’s responsible for spoiling Trump’s potential campaign. The filmmaker, whose You’ve Been Trumped yet-unsold documentary chronicles a Scottish seaside resort’s fight against Trump’s planned golf course, told the Hollywood Reporter, “I do think Mr. Trump realized he would be under severe scrutiny if he actually ran for president, and our film had become part of that dialogue.” READ FULL STORY »
Now this is how you make an entrance, people. During Monday night’s Conan, Zach Galifianakis — one of the trio of handsome Hangover Part II men gracing our cover this week — decided to take the whole “dropping in” to a talk show thing to the next level.
After Conan O’Brien announced Galifianakis, there was a brief pause before the funny man descended — well, more like plummeted — to the set like a bearded angel. Major props to Galifianakis for committing to the bit (from the looks of it, that was no stunt man) with both the initial fall and the stumble afterward. “I got confused how to enter,” Galifianakis told Coco when he finally planted himself at his guest chair. READ FULL STORY »
Ah, the road movie — that noble genre that’s brought us everything from Thelma & Louise to Tommy Boy. Due Date, the Robert Downey Jr./Zach Galifianakis vehicle that was just released on DVD and Blu-ray, is an exemplar of the form: An unlikely duo embarks on a cross-country trip with a deadline in mind, encountering a host of wacky and wonderful things and people along the way. Anyone who’s a fan of Galifianakis’s particular brand of offbeat, bearded humor will find lots to love here — as will anyone who’s still celebrating Downey’s fairly recent return to the A-list.
We’ve got 10 copies of Due Date on DVD/Blu-ray combo pack — which includes a digital download of the film — to give away, courtesy of Warner Bros. The discs are available while supplies last.
Want to win one for yourself? Here’s how to enter: READ FULL STORY »
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