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Chris Farley's last official movie credit is 1998's Western comedy Almost Heroes with Matthew Perry. But the late comedy legend was working on another role at the time of his death, which would be one of the most recognizable animated characters of all time.
The Saturday Night Live alum was originally cast as everyone's favorite green ogre in the 2001 animated film Shrek before he died of a drug overdose in 1997.
But the funny man's version of the titular character would have been very different than the one we're familiar with! Kevin Farley, who is executive producer of the new documentary I am Chris Farley, said:
"Originally the Shrek character was a little bit more like Chris, like a humble, bumbling innocent guy."
The lead role of the DreamWorks fairytale comedy ultimately went to Farley's SNL co-star Mike Myers, who gave the ogre a Scottish accent and a bigger attitude. But the Farley family isn't bitter that the studio recast the role. Kevin explains:
"I understand why [they replaced him]. The studio needed to do what they needed to do. It was a bad time, bad timing… a tragedy. Mike did a great job with Shrek. He knocked it out of the park."
Want to listen to the late comedian's version of Shrek? Check out the early storyboard footage featuring Farley's dialogue from 1997:
It's a battle of the Amys!
Well it looks like some other funny ladies from Hollywood wanted to get in on the pyramid-based fun!
Keep havin' fun, y'all!
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Dreams do come true!
The 37-year-old's article concluded:
"I wanted to interview Lana for a book and she said, 'Just write around me; it's better if it's not my own words. It's almost better if you don't get me exactly, but try.'"
Well, it looks as though the 127 Hours actor was in fact psychic because he is now co-writing Flip-Side: Real and Imaginary Conversations With Lana Del Rey with David Shields.
The book is slated to hit shelves
Fifth Harmony makes jerseys look good!
Last weekend, the BO$$ singers performed at BET's inaugural Players' Awards, which celebrates the best in sports and honors today's top athletes!
But between the awards and the jokes from Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharaoh, who hosted the event, the highlight of the night was the quintet's performance of Worth It!
Featuring a cameo from Kid Ink, the ladies got on stage wearing sexy jersey dresses and absolutely slayed! Check it out (below)!
On Tuesday, Tracy Morgan was spotted walking around in New Jersey sans cane and without the help of another person.
This development is certainly an improvement in the star's health after he received major injuries from a tragic accident last year. In fact, the 30 Rock actor was confined to a wheelchair for months following the incident and even needed the aid of a cane just earlier this year.
Though the Saturday Night Live alum's physical injuries may be healing, it appears that the funnyman is still struggling with the emotional trauma of the accident. The crash resulted in the untimely death of his friend James McNair.
In a recent interview, Tracy shared:
Adam Sandler interviewing Adam Sandler?!
That's right! These are exactly the types of things that can happen on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon!
Last night, the comedian stopped by to have a little chat with Fallon to promote the his upcoming movie Pixels!
While he was there though, he got a little bored of being interviewed and wanted to interview himself — so the two played a HIGHlarious game of Lip Flip!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing interview (above) where the two Saturday Night Live alums swap lips — no not like THAT! — and have a little fun!
So sad to hear.
George Coe passed away on Saturday of natural causes at the age of 86.
If you don't know the name, you probably know the face. Besides being a member of the original cast of Saturday Night Live in 1975, the Oscar nominee also guest starred on Star Trek, The West Wing, Gilmore Girls, and just about every TV show ever.
A talented voice actor, George could also be heard in video games like Skyrim and cartoons like The Legend Of Korra.
But in his most recent years, he was best known for his role as put-upon butler Woodhouse on FX's Archer.