This is so scary.
"It doesn't look good."
[Image via WENN.]
In honor of the holiday, Funny or Die has been releasing a ton of Halloween-themed videos all week, but this one is probably our favorite.
It's a really well done short that actually feels like it could be on a real episode of the show, if the people looking for a home happened to be goths.
The Halloween-meets-real estate wordplay is also very well done; our favorites being the unfinished business and historic cult suicide jokes.
Ch-ch-check out the spooky spoof (below)!!!
Every ten years or so comes a movie or a play that attempts to illustrate what life is truly like today.
Like a more current and funnier American Beauty, the show is filled with characters who have crushed dreams, failed relationships and so much more!
Whereas a few years ago a similar play may have been darker and more cynical, American Hero is filled with moments of hope and almost non-stop laughter.
Telling the equally bizarre and somehow all-too-realistic tale of three workers at a fancy sandwich shop, playwright Bess Wohl masterfully mines the everyday and mundane into comedic brilliance.
Who knew making a sandwich could be so funny???
The show is about the big and the small. The good and the bad. Working together as a team and how sometimes we get the best of ourselves and each other.
A lot to explore in just 90 minutes with no intermission! A feat executed under the direction of Leigh Silverman.
Thankfully this show has a great cast - all who do a wonderful job. They include Jerry O'Connell, Daoud Heidami and Erin Wilhelmi.
AND Ari Graynor delivers an inspired and revelatory performance as a loose mother who is down on her luck and even more down on herself.
Sitting in that audience we were IN AWE of her comedic timing. Her complete immersion in this character. The way she was able to be big and ballsy yet also intimate and authentic.
She was so invested in every moment! It was a pleasure and a privilege to get to watch her do this part.
Ari Graynor is a superstar! We can't wait until the rest of the world finds out!!!
The doting daddy stopped to take a pic of his lovely ladies, including four-year-old daughters Dolly and Charlie!
We can already tell they’ve got their momma’s model attitude! Just look at those smizes!
And how perezcious are those three pups?! They’re almost as big as the girls!
Also, in case you're wondering, Jerry was the man behind the camera! Excellent photog skillz, right?!
Hopefully next time the weather is a bit warmer for this fam, but then again, they’re so cute all bundled up!
Remember the other day when we told you famed actor Jerry O'Connell was #SorryToo?
He actually hid secret cameras in his "art" installment and then edited together a fabulously funny montage of the visitor's reactions!
Ch-ch-check out the Funny Or Die video…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
LOLOLOLz!! Looks like Shia LaBeouf has some competition!
A brand new rival gallery has popped up RIGHT next door to Shia's #IAMSORRY performance, and the artist is not who you'd expect!
It's coming from Jerry O'Connell!!
LOLOLOLz!!! Say WHAT?!?!
Jerry's piece, titled #IAMSORRYTOO, has popped up (below) and it looks pretty ridiculous!
The actor is sitting in the studio with a bag on his head that says "Super Famous" and he's holding up a Blu-Ray copy of his film Stand By Me.
We wonder what Shia thinks of the copycat installment!
UPDATE: We have confirmed the installment was created by the clever masterminds at Funny Or Die! Go figure it was those witty ones who made this pop up over night! But we bet this isn't the end of it…oh, what will come next?!
You know what they always say, when the wifey's away, the hubbiez come out and play!
In fact, when Jen goes down for sleepy time, Justin apparently sits himself in front of his TV, puts on his head set and meets up with Will Arnett, Jason Sudeikis, and Jerry O'Connell for some secret XBox One game time!
Did you think we were going to say something else?! Get your mind out of the gutter! LOLz!
A source spilled of their virtual late night ups:
This is just the BEST!
Honestly, when we see people sending out holiday cards that are meticulously beautiful and magical and all of that, we get the feeling they had ZERO fun while doing it! The holidaze are meant to bring joy to everyone — including when you're TAKING the photo!
They went old school fun on us, and when Rebecca hopped on Twitter to wish her fans a happy holiday, the note she attached to it was classic as well: