When Will Forte fielded Reddit AMA questions back in December, he addressed the idea of a reunion of the short-lived animated MTV series Clone High, saying "I hope one day we'll get another crack at Clone High so we can answer these unresolved questions. I loved that show and thought it ended too soon!" Now, Clone High co-creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller have added to that sentiment in a recent interview with Grantland:
Would you ever consider doing a [Clone High] movie?
Lord: We’ve been talking about it a little bit. We would just have to convince Viacom that it was worth reopening that world.
Will Forte dropped by Reddit on Friday for an AMA to promote his new film Nebraska, and he answered plenty of interesting questions about SNL, the MacGruber sequel, Tim and Eric, Clone High, and more. Here are some of Forte's best responses from the thread, from the names of the Jon Bovi guys to his advice for aspiring comedic writers.
On his SNL audition:
I did Tim Calhoun, a speed reader, a prison guard that yelled at people and another thing I used to do at the Groundlings Theater (perhaps my favorite sketch I've ever done) called the Gold Man — I'm one of those Gold Men on [...]
Will Forte was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, and before he joined Jimmy on the couch, he pitched a potential new theme song for Jimmy Fallon's version of The Tonight Show, which will air live from North Korea once a year and be only two minutes long. Below, check out the rest of Will's interview, where he talks about his new film Nebraska and even gets to do a little more singing.
Comedy Bang! Bang! returns again next week with the second half of its season, and host Scott Aukerman thought it was about time we got to meet some of the show's inimitable celebrity crew. Sometimes, show business really is glamorous.