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Owen Wilson & Ellen DeGeneres Play 'Heads Up!' Watch The Hilarity HERE!

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Okay. This just might be one of the best games in the history of games. Like, ever. We speak from experience.

Owen Wilson took a seat on the Ellen Show this past Wednesday, and it seems he and the HIGHlarious talk show host got up to some good ol’ trivia fun.

Indulging in a game of “Heads Up” — the mobile phone and tablet version of Taboo — Owen and Ellen quizzed each other in their knowledge of Hollywood blockbusters!

Ch-ch-check out these two give the game a go (above)! LOLZ!

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7 comments to “Owen Wilson & Ellen DeGeneres Play 'Heads Up!' Watch The Hilarity HERE!”

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    I wish he and the other idiot he did the movie with would stop perpetuating men's stupidity and immaturity in our society. Their movies disgust me and make me angry with rage. Why don't you both grow the fuck up and start making real movies, instead of dumb dude movies.

  2. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: pollopicu – Rent Ralph Fiennes or Clive Owen movies. You're not going to get Shakespearean trained performances out of guys who love, are good at and have been handsomely rewarded while doing comedy. They go where their career takes them. It's pretty funny that you think they should change what they do because comedy's not your thing.

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    Re: @v@ – I love comedy, asshole. it's this immature shit that perpetuates men being immature and chasing after whores that i don't like, so eat a bucket of shit.

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: Team Amanda – Performers in the industry don't usually hug journalists, paps or critics, and don't (usually) pal around or work together to establish that level of connection. Considering what each do to earn a living, it's kind of understandable, don't you think?

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: pollopicu – OH, don't be so prickly. I get your second explanation. I stopped watching the sophomore/frat boy humour when I moved past that age. I like British humour, but still think a lot of what Owen and Co. did was clever and they had their audience.

  6. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Re: pollopicu – Hey I really liked him a lot in "Marley and Me" with Jennifer Aniston, but totally get where you are coming from about some of his other movies.

  7. jace says – reply to this


    what in the world is so "hilarious" about this game??????