Bill Murray x Wes Anderson = #winning
It doesn’t look like Lupe had anything to do with the creation of this video for “Double Burger With Cheese,” but whoever spliced together all these clips of Juice, Menace II Society, Boyz N The Hood, New Jersey Drive, Dead Presidents, Sugar Hill, New Jack City, Colors, and more did an excellent job. Would have liked to hear and see an Above The Rim reference, but other than that, flawless.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall was on last night and since it’s one of my all-time favorite movies, of course I had to watch it. I remember when it first came out, I stumbled across the bloopers on YouTube, which then linked over to these 2 audition videos for Russell Brand and Kristen Bell. I believe this was Brand’s first big American role and he couldn’t have picked one better. He essentially was Aldous Snow. You can see how his natural improv above is almost identical to the character in the film, and you can also see how hilarious and quick witted he is. There are so many lines that he fires out under his breath that crack me up.
Kristen Bell’s audition isn’t nearly as funny, although Jason Segel drops plenty of great lines, but it’s still pretty interesting to see how these improvisational tryouts are conducted. Overall, both clips provide some cool insight into one of the better comedies of the last decade.
And just for good measure, cause no matter how stupid they are, I can’t help but laugh at gag reels:
Editor’s note: I must be getting old, since I forgot that I already posted Russell’s video last year but hell, enjoy the other two clips…
As a kid who grew up on Sesame Street (well, didn’t we all?), this looks awesome. Starts in Seattle on November 4th, other dates here.
Un court-métrage de 2004. Écoutez, je ne sais pas ce que vous dites…mais vous êtes belle.
Tell me I’m wrong.
Watch this immediately. There’s really nothing else that needs to be said. RIP Dilla.
Awesome. Chapter One here if you missed it.
I’m kinda geeked about this, I can’t front. Between Winnie The Pooh and Tron: Legacy, I approve of Disney raiding the back catalog correctly.