I can’t believe that it has been almost a year since we here at UPROXX consummated our bro crush on Community’s Jim Rash with a live discussion, but I guess time flies when you’re competing with a thousand other perverts while trying to get Gillian Jacobs to marry you in the comments of her Q&A. Ah, young love. Ever since that glorious chat with Rash, he has evolved into Oscar-winner Jim Rash, and in July he will pop his cherry as director Jim Nash, with The Way, Way Back, starring Steve Carell and Sam Rockwell.
But all this talk about Rash and not a mention of his other half, Nat Faxon, who co-wrote the Academy Award-winner for Best Adapted Screenplay, The Descendants, with Rash and Alexander Payne. Faxon has since become the star of the critically-acclaimed and therefore cancelled Ben and Kate on Fox. Faxon is also one of the stars of Broken Lizard’s Freeloaders, directed by Dan Rosen, which was released on DVD last week, and because we’re all cool bros, we were able to get our hands on an exclusive clip from the special features.
From the producers of BEERFEST and SUPER TROOPERS comes the most high-larious comedy of the year starring Olivia Munn, Dave Foley, Jane Seymour, Nat Faxon, Denise Richards, Josh Lawson, Zoe Boyle, Clifton Collins Jr., Kevin Sussman, Warren Hutchinson, Brit Morgan and featuring music by COUNTING CROWS.
A group of slackers living for free in a rock star’s mansion suddenly find their lives on easy street threatened when the musician decides to sell his pad. To stop the sale the gang comes up with a series of ludicrous and hilarious schemes to insure the house never sells.
We’re also suckers for the Broken Lizard gang, ever since Jay Chandrasekhar and Kevin Heffernan stopped by last August to confirm that Super Troopers 2 is happening. But I’m mostly interested in this Ellen Barkin thing that Jane Seymour is working with, because helloooooooooo, Dr. Quinn.