Who knew Simon Helberg was such an impressionist? In this video the actor does his best impressions of Nicolas Cage, Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and others and they are pretty spot on.
In this montage clip, we see some of Simon’s best impressions as Wolowitz on The Big Bang Theory. Sheldon, Howard, Raj and Leonard are about to begin a game of Dungeons and Dragons when Howard decides to add some famous faces to the game. From Nicolas Cage, which could also be a convincing “Voldemort” impression, to Christopher Walken, they are pretty spot on. I mean, if Sheldon can get goose-bumps from his ogre impression, you know they’re good seeing as impressing him is almost impossible.
I didn’t think that the cast of The Big Bang Theory could get any more perfect, but they proved me wrong. CBS posted this wonderful behind-the-scenes video of the cast flashmobbing to Carly Rae Jepsen like nobody’s business. The cast acted like they were about to film a scene, when suddenly a catch pop tune emerges in the background. They play it off like it’s some weird technical difficulty and then BOOM, flashmob.
Maybe it’s just me, but I would actually pay to see Sheldon dancing to “Call Me Maybe.” And by dancing I mean serenade sweetly in the night (yes I have a crush on SHELDON). Just look at the way he graciously bobs his head. Who wouldn’t want to see that magic in person?
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It’s the question we all ask ourselves every morning and yesterday, Jason Segel – who starred, co-wrote, executive-produced and resurrected the new ‘Muppets’ franchise – and his Muppet brother Walter serenade us with the existential ballad of self-awareness. It follows the two coping with heartache on different levels. It’s the Flight of the Conchords-type deepness that is both equal parts heartbreaking and hilarious.
In fact, it was penned by FOTC’s beloved Bret McKenzie. He wrote a few more songs for the soundtrack – along with OK Go, The Fray, Weezer, Hayley Williams, Amy Lee and My Morning Jacket.
With cornball cameos in the film ranging from Jack Black, Neil Patrick Harris, Selena Gomez and Dave Grohl – this teaser doesn’t disappoint, with ‘Big Bang Theory’ star Jim Parsons dropping in. If you haven’t made it to theatres to see it yet… why not?