Fabrice Fabrice corners Steve Carell in a schmuck-like promotion for “Dinner For Schmucks”

Sometimes events happen at the same time in a way that are coincidental and yet entirely intentional. At this year's Just For Laughs in Montreal, festival-goers can attend with their passes or buy a ticket to a preview screening tonight of the upcoming comedy, Dinner For Schmucks, hosted by director Jay Roach. On Friday, the creative staff from Funny or Die will convene at the JFL Comedy Conference for an afternoon panel on the present and future state of online comedy.

These comedy worlds and questions all collide in this new FoD clip uploaded this morning, featuring Nick Kroll as his craft-services character Fabrice Fabrice, cornering Steve Carell at a press junket for Dinner For Schmucks and asking him questions only a schmuck could love. Funny improv here. Carell plays it straight, but does break slightly. Roll the clip!

Sean L. McCarthy

Editor and publisher since 2007, when he was named New York's Funniest Reporter. Former newspaper reporter at the New York Daily News, Boston Herald and smaller dailies and community papers across America. Loves comedy so much he founded this site.

View all posts by Sean L. McCarthy →

One thought on “Fabrice Fabrice corners Steve Carell in a schmuck-like promotion for “Dinner For Schmucks”

  1. Steve Carell has done lot of good films. He is great actor. Steve Carell, one of American comedy’s most popular faces who edited a school newspaper as a child, is now celebrated as the funniest man on the cover of Life Magazine

Comments are closed.