Zach gets a taste of his own medicine.
Holy crap this one is funny! Which is his favorite kid! Grumpy old men! What you talkin about, Willis!
Happy New Between Two Ferns Day!
For Vanity Fair, it seems. Full shoot here.
Farmer Zach met Snorky Snookie backstage and, well, she left her mark on him.
Still at the piano, trying out some early bits, YouTube has found a young Zach Galifianakis.
It is absolutely a Red Letter Day!! New iPods? Nope.
A new Between Two Ferns has hit the internet! It’s got Sean Penn! It’s got Zach Galifianakis Seth Galifianakis interviewing the actor/activist!
Video after the jump…
HBO’s Bored To Death, a.k.a., Zach Galifianakis’ day job, returns for its 2nd season on Sunday, Sept. 26.
The Season 2 trailer has been released to the interwebs, featuring Galifianakis, Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson in a police lineup. Forgive them. They’re a little stoned.
Check it out after the jump…
Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman and Matt Zaller are talking about… nothing much in particular.
Suddenly Zach Galifianakis does a drunken Judy Garland. For no good reason.
Then he’s autotuned. For no good reason.
He’s not even in Scott Pilgrim.
See for yourself…
Last weekend at the box office, the big comedy was the Steve Carell, Paul Rudd (directed by Austin Powers and Meet the Fockers director Jay Roach) vehicle Dinner For Schmucks.
Schmucks brought in $23.3 million dollars over the weekend, enough for a 2nd place box office finish behind Inception.
The general assessment of the Schmucks performance is okayish. Critics were only lukewarm on the movie, and while this opening points to the movie making money, Schmucks is not expected to do Hangover-type numbers over time.
BoxOfficeMojo suggests that the film might do Funny People-type business:
Dinner for Schmucks served up an estimated $23.3 million on approximately 3,400 screens at 2,911 locations, which was about the same amount as Funny People made on the same weekend last year. The opening was also a step up from I Love You, Man, Role Models and Get Him to the Greek, and it marked a personal best for Paul Rudd in a lead role, though Steve Carell has seen bigger starts.