Screen Junkies video of the Seven Psychopaths stars Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell reading dialogue from TLC’s depressing reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo turned out to be certified Internet GOLD.
The video was so popular that TLC agreed to let host Hal Rudnick flip the script and have Honey Boo Boo and her mom read some of Christopher Walken’s most famous lines. Scenes were taken from Pulp Fiction, Catch Me If You Can and Saturday Night Live (GOTTA HAVE MY COWBELL).
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I can’t stand watching TLC’s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo but I promise, it’s actually bearable when Christopher Walken reads it. In one of his best performances in recent history, he and fellow Seven Psychopaths actor Sam Rockwell interpret one of the scenes where Honey Boo Boo and her mom serve spaghetti and ketchup for dinner — otherwise known as sketti. Yum.
Colin Farrell looks on as the director, originally skeptical, though you can tell he becomes a true believer by the end. In fact, he’s eventually cast in the next scene and shows off a questionable Southern accent.
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He may “want more cowbell” but right now, Christopher Walken wants more people to leave him alone.
The 68-year-old actor famous for his roles in The Deer Hunter and that music video by Fatboy Slim, was recently asked by a TMZ camera guy about the unresolved case about Natalie Wood’s death 30 years ago.
When you watch the TMZ video posted below, you can see how uncomfortable Christopher feels. He just utters “I dunno” when asked why cops decided to reopen the cold case. Awkward! He wasn’t the only one on the boat the night young actress Natalie Wood drowned. Actor Robert Wagner (Natalie’s husband at the time) was there and was seen arguing with her before Christopher retired to his cabin.
TMZ says Christopher isn’t viewed as a suspect by police, but the fact that he’s not saying much is a bit suspicious. Those close to the ill-fated actress aren’t looking for more cowbell. On the contrary, they’e looking for more facts.
Earlier this week on OWN’s the Gayle King Show, golden-voiced legend James Earl Jones (of Star Wars and CNN) recited the lyrics of Justin Bieber’s “Baby”.
It didn’t take long for Lucas-heads to developed a video to go with it.
This soon-to-be Bieber classic was given such raw emotion by Jones, that it immediately brings to mind other recent renditions of modern classics. Remember when Josh Groban sung Kanye West’s tweets in his flawless tenor? Or how about Christopher Walken bedazzled the world with his reading of Lady Gaga’s beloved “Poker Face”?
Shatner… the ball is in your court now.
HAIRSPRAY star CHRISTOPHER WALKEN pranked the cast of new movie comedy BALLS OF FURY by telling them it was his birthday.
The movie star often pulls the birthday trick on the set of films, but most
of his castmates in Balls of Fury were unaware of the joke.
Maggie Q, who knew all about Walken’s prank, explains, “I’d heard he likes to lie on movie sets and say it’s his birthday when it’s not.
“Two months into the film, lo and behold I come to set one day at noon and there’s a huge birthday cake in the make-up trailer. I was excited and I
started eating it.
“I said, ‘Who’s birthday is it?’ and someone said, ‘It’s Chris’ birthday.’ I
literally spat out the cake because I was laughing so hard. I couldn’t believe
someone had fallen for it.
“I went over to Chris and said ‘Happy Birthday,’ and he said, ‘Thank you.’ He was cracking up like a little kid. He knew I knew.
“I think that Chris Walken is so bored with people because he’s such an icon and people worship him so much that he has to do these things to mess with people to entertain himself.” (KL&RXM/WN/MT)
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