The video Web site started by comedian Will Ferrell and writers Adam McKay and Chris Henchy continues to score some big-name celebrities.
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Funny or Die, the video Web site started by comedian Will Ferrell and writers Adam McKay and Chris Henchy, is continuing to score some big-name celebrities, including actor Bill Murray. The New York Times briefly quoted McKay, a former writer for Saturday Night Live and the director of Talladega Nights, as saying that Murray is going to make a video for the site.
Funny or Die has already looped in such familiar faces as Brooke Shields and Oscar De La Hoya. And thanks to the huge success of The Landlord--a short skit featuring McKay's 2-year-old daughter Pearl as an alcoholic landlord--more high-profile celebs could be on the way.
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