Here's A Clip For Season 3 Of 'Check It Out' With John C. Reilly As Steve Brule

Brule rules. You know Adult Swim has gone pretty far down the rabbit hole when Check it Out, an odd spinoff from the even odder Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! is lining up for its third season. That's the surprising part. The unsurprising part is that this premiere is celebrated with Steve Brule himself, John C. Reilly, throwing up on a tray table on a plane. Yup. That sounds about right.

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Check it out! John C. Reilly's Steve Brule character has come a long way. He's gone from just being a passing character on Tim and Eric's show to the star of his own show, Check it Out! With Steve Brule, to now playing an actor playing a character on a sitcom pilot called Bagboy. This five minute clip was show to audiences during the Tim and Eric live tour last year. It's confusing, but like with most of Tim and Eric's stuff, you don't need to really understand it to laugh at it. Like most of the Adult Swim stuff, you'll either like it or you won't, and it's doubtful this will grow on you. I've always found Steve Brule to be the funniest, most accessible part of the Tim and Eric world, and this clip seems to be even more mainstream normal than anything before. Does this mean Steve Brule is going to become the next Matthew Perry? Why, yes it does. (A.V. Club)


See John C. Reilly's Leading Man Face In 'Terri' Trailer

John C. Reily in a quirky indie comedy. Believe it or not! Actor/doctor John C. Reilly, when he's not working with heavyweights like Martin Scorsese Paul Thomas Anderson, and Adam Sandler, loves a good comedy. Not only does he frequently lend his name and handsome leading man parts to movies like Terri, but he's also the creator of the immortal comic creation Dr. Steve Brule from "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" But unfortunately this trailer is for Terri (fake-out!). It's a pretty funny trailer, and keep an eye out for Creed (from "The Office," not the band) towards the end. Based on this trailer, I think Terri is definitely going to be worth watching. I'd still like a Steve Brule movie more, though.


John C. Reilly Is The Best Dad In 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' Trailer

Except that he raises a psychopath. Oops. On a mission to bum us all out, Lynne Ramsay has finally adapted Lionel Shriver's novel, We Need To Talk About Kevin. Tilda Swinton stars as a mother recounting the events that lead up to her son massacring his high school classmates and teachers. Though you wouldn't completely get that sense from this trailer. It's played up as more of a whimsical tale of new parents raising a little asshole. It seems that from the time he is born, Kevin hates his mother but loves his dad, played by John C. Reilly. In all honesty though, who could dislike that Steve Brule?


Check Out Nearly 2 Minutes From Season 2 Of 'Game Of Thrones'

If you think you can handle it, that is. For fans of the HBO series Game of Thrones, April 1 can't come soon enough. Not, not because people who like Game of Thrones are also statistically certain to enjoy harmless practical jokes on friends and loved ones - but because April 1 is when the show is set to come back on HBO. If this describes you, why not check out the ample above clip, with plenty of ominous line-readings and violent death. It's two minutes of Heaven!


A Very Ferrell and Reilly Christmas

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John C. Reilly Is The Juggernaut, Bitch In ‘Cedar Rapids’ Trailer

In the trailer for Cedar Rapids, Ed Helms's big follow-up to The Hangover, he plays an inexperienced guy (again) who takes a trip (again) and gets blotto (again), beat up (again), and befriends a prostitute (again). And, it looks pretty funny (again). In advance of Sundance, here we have a trailer for Cedar Rapids, Ed Helms's big follow-up to The Hangover. In this film Helms plays an inexperienced guy (again) who takes a trip (again) and gets blotto (again), beat up (again), and befriends a prostitute (again). And, it looks pretty funny (again). I specifically like the scene where John C. Reilly drunkenly puts the garbage can top on his head and looks like the Juggernaut. Speaking of Jugs, Anne Heche strips her top off. I can't decide how I'm supposed to feel about that. Is she hot? Or is that outweighed by the napping in stranger's homes and claiming to be the alien half-sister of Jesus Christ who can talk to dead people and see into the future? Anne Heche watches too much damn"Battlestar Galactica."


Check Out The Star-Studded Trailer For 'Digging For Fire'

This has to be the most high-profile cast ever assembled for a film named after a Pixies song. Do you like Jake Johnson? How about Orlando Bloom, Anna Kendrick, Sam Elliott, Ron Livingston, Chris Messina, Jenny Slate, Melanie Lynskey, Sam Rockwell, Mike Birbiglia, and Brie Larson? Huh? You like THOSE actors? Cause if you do, then the Digging for Fire trailer might interest you. Joe Swanberg is directing a film about a crisis in the life of two 30-something LA residents. I don't want to give away any plot points, but if that cast doesn't motivate you to watch the trailer, then you're probably not going to watch it no matter what. (Vulture)


Check Out The Trailer For 'Our Idiot Brother', Idiot

So much idiot in less than two minutes. Like indie comedy trailers? Well then Happy Easter to you, good buddy! Here's the first trailer for Our Idiot Brother, which used to be called My Idiot Brother. They must have decided using the plural pronoun played better in Peoria or something. The movie has Paul Rudd as the titular character, along with Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel, Emily Mortimer and Rashida Jones as the "Our." It's pretty funny too, particularly the opening scene between Rudd and a police officer. Here's the official plot synopsis, which I found inside a chocolate egg: "Ned Rochlin (Rudd) looks for the good in every situation and in everyone, which often puts him at odds with the world around him – especially his family.  Upon being released from jail for a stupid mistake, Ned is kicked off of the organic farm he lives and works on by his ex-girlfriend Janet who also insists on keeping his beloved dog, Willie Nelson.  Having nowhere else to go, he turns to his family, three ambitious sisters (Banks, Deschanel, Mortimer) and an overbearing mother.  Ned crashes at each of their homes, in succession, and brings honesty, happiness and a sunny disposition into their lives.  In other words, he wreaks havoc." Can't wait until Willie Nelson gets his own CGI spin-off starring James Marsden. It can be called Our Idiot Willie Nelson Dog and it'll be great.