Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse struggled so hard that eventually he turned that cream into butter. He ate all the butter and fought a painful, protracted battle with heart disease for the rest of his life. He would grow to envy that first mouse.
Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse gave up and drowned. The second mouse struggled so hard that he eventually turned that cream into butter and crawled out. If you ask me, that’s essentially the movie Ratatouille right there, but where are my royalty checks? [...]
This is Christopher Walken hosting a six-minute cooking show for Funny or Die. Accompanied by identically-dressed models Scarlett and Elise and guest Richard Belzer, Walken walks us through making a chicken from the kitchen of his elegant Connecticut home. The video was posted this morning, but I’m shocked that Food Network hasn’t already jumped on it and signed Walken to host his own show.
There have been plenty of adaptations of Greek myths on the big screen, but the upcoming comedy Gods Behaving Badly looks like it will come closest to how the real ancient Greeks imagined their gods. I mean, John Turturro as Hades? Rosie Perez as Persephone? Christopher Walken as Zeus? If the ancient Greeks didn't pray to such an insane cast, it's only because they didn't know any better. Here's the full rundown of gods: