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Danny McBride Recalls Drunken Night With Nick Swardson and Aziz Ansari (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 3rd 2011 6:09AM
Danny McBride, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'If the folks behind the 'The Hangover' franchise are looking for a plot for their third installment, maybe they should just look at the behind-the-scenes antics of the making of '30 Minutes or Less.' Danny McBride was on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) and revealed what happened when co-star Nick Swardson finally agreed to go out drinking.

He'd resisted for a while, blaming several fasts, but when he finally said he was good to go, McBride said he saw why Swardson doesn't drink often.

"At one point, Aziz [Ansari] and I are in the back of the kitchen making sushi in some restaurant and a P.A. is bringing Nick in, who was sleeping against a street lamp outside," McBride explained. He then said they came to in a pool at 4:30 in the morning at a hotel none of them were staying at. And roll opening credits for 'The Hangover 3'!

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Bianca Kajlich Talks About Her Topless Scene in '30 Minutes or Less' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 1st 2011 2:45PM
Bianca Kajlich of 'Rules of Engagement' talks about her topless '30 Minutes or Less' scene on 'Access Hollywood Live'Bianca Kajlich plays a stripper named "Juicy" in the new film '30 Minutes or Less,' a role that's a tad more revealing than Jennifer on 'Rules of Engagement.' But her co-star Danny McBride helped put her at ease when they were filming the topless scene, even though they had to shoot it two different ways, said Kajlich on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated on NBC).

"Danny McBride is such a professional," she said of filming her risque scene with the actor. "He's such a fun, great guy and he made it totally comfortable. And it was fun." Billy Bush was a little suspicious of McBride, wondering if the film was an elaborate plot to see Kajlich nude. "Suspiciously, we actually shot it two different ways, so we had to do double the takes," Kajlich said.

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'Eastbound and Down' Halloween Costume: Kenny Powers

by Kim Potts, posted Oct 16th 2009 1:00PM
The Costume: 'Eastbound and Down' former Major League Baseball pitching sensation Kenny Powers (played by the hilarious Danny McBride), who's still a legend in his own mind.

What You'll Need: Jeans, a T-shirt with the sleeves cut off, a beer can in one hand, a baseball glove on the other and facial hair manscaped into a circle beard. Essential to pulling off the Kenny Powers look: the perm/mullet wig, because Kenny is all about business up front and some serious, get-down-with-your-bad-self partying in the back. And by the way, we do mean wig, because we hope you're not trying to rock that look with your own hair.

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'Land of the Lost' Fans: Will You Watch the Movie?

by Kelly Woo, posted Jun 4th 2009 4:45PM
Land of the Lost moviePlus: Anna Friel speaks out about 'Pushing Daisies'!

This weekend, the film adapation of Sid and Marty Krofft's '70s 'Land of the Lost' TV show comes to the big screen, starring Will Ferrell, Anna Friel and Danny McBride.

The cheesy cult TV fave was known for its low-budget special effects, wacky storylines and of course, walking lizards, the Sleestaks ...

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Anyone else looking forward to season two of Eastbound & Down?

by Mike Moody, posted Apr 8th 2009 6:05PM
Eastbound Down HBOI didn't expect to be charmed by a show about a dude who snorts blow off a loaded rifle.

HBO's Eastbound & Down turned out to be my favorite new comedy of the year. The show, produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, seemed like a one-note joke at first. It stars Danny McBride as Kenny Powers, a deluded and self-obsessed former baseball star forced to move back to his hometown and work as a middle school gym coach.

Surprisingly, this thing got funnier and more addictive with every episode. Danny McBride is great as the extremely vulgar Kenny Powers, and the show has a lot more going for it than most of Ferrell and McKay's juvenile big screen comedies.

Eastbound & Down
had an abbreviated first season – only six episodes – but HBO just renewed it for a second season.

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Will Ferrell Developing HBO Comedy Series

by Brett Love, posted Sep 20th 2006 12:32PM
Will FerrellWhen I first heard this, my initial reaction was 'Good grief, not another behind the scenes of entertainment show.' Thankfully, that's not the case here. Along with his producing partner Adam McKay, Will Ferrell has sold a new series called P.E. to HBO. According to those mysterious 'sources', this is one of HBO's richest development deals to date.

The story is of a burnt out major league pitcher who returns to his hometown to work as a P.E. teacher. Along with the struggles of dealing with his new life out of the limelight, he also has to face up to those people he turned his back on when he became successful. P.E. will be written by Jody Hill, Ben Best, and Danny McBride who were discovered after their indy film, The Foot Fist Way, screened at Sundance.

[ via Netscape ]

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