Posts Tagged: John C. Reilly

The Future Looks Back On 'Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story'

It is December 20, 2007, the day before the release of Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Jake Kasdan, Judd Apatow, and John C. Reilly are sharing a beer, excited, expectant. There is a puff of smoke. A young woman appears in their midst. She is nondescript, but their attention is drawn to her dress. Peplum silhouettes aren't in. Not… yet. Apatow immediately senses she is from the future.

The Woman: I am from 2013.

The Three Men: Let's just totally accept that without asking a bunch of questions, and assume you're here to tell us about "Walk Hard." It's a hit, right?

The Woman: It is not. You are [...]


John C. Reilly, "I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)"

There have been so many great covers of this Ray Price country classic—John Fogerty just did one recently, and my all-time favorite can be found here—that I almost have to believe it is impossible to screw up. It's just that good. Anyway, here is John C. Reilly (yes, that one) giving it a shot. Apparently Jack White is involved. It works!