Will Ferrell reveals that Christopher Walken told him that he & # 39; ruined his life & # 39; with Cowbell skit on SNL
Will Ferrell reveals that Christopher Walken told him that he & # 39; has ruined his life & # 39; by having him do that famous & # 39; Cowbell & # 39; skit 19 years ago
Will Ferrell worked with Christopher Walken on a & # 39; Cowbell & # 39; skit for Saturday Night Live in the year 2000.
And on Thursday evening the 52-year-old comedian told Jimmy Fallon during his late night show that the 76-year-old character actor is so sick of being reminded of the famous skit that he feels it did him.
& # 39; He said to me: & # 39; You know, you ruined my life, & Will said to Jimmy. Will had met Christopher behind the scenes during one of his performances a few years after the skit hit the sky.
A favorite with fans: Will Ferrell worked with Christopher Walken on a & # 39; Cowbell & # 39; skit on Saturday Night Live in the year 2000 and the experienced actor said he did it in
On top of that: Christopher is plagued by people who remind him of the hilarious skit. Walken said to Ferrell: & # 39; People during the curtain call bring cowbells and call them & # 39;
Christopher is plagued by people who remind him of the hilarious skit.
Walken said to Ferrell: & # 39; People during the curtain call bring cowbells and call them. & # 39;
Walken also said to the funny man: & # 39; I recently went for lunch with Italian food and the waiter asked if I wanted more cowbell with my pasta bolognese. & # 39;
Ferrell then said to Jimmy: & # 39; And I think he was really mad at me. He had a small smile, but … & # 39;
Story time: Will told the story during the late night show of Jimmy Fallon on Thursday
He's fed up: and on Thursday night, 52-year-old comedian Jimmy Fallon told his late night show that the 76-year-old actor is so sick of being reminded of the skit that he feels it did him in
Ferrell joked at the host: & # 39; From The Deer Hunter to Pulp Fiction to More Cowbell – that's all he gets. What are you going to do? & # 39;
A rock band was involved in the SNL-skit.
Blue Oyster Cult producer Bruce Dickinson instructs fictional band member Gene Frenkle, who was played by Ferrell, to & # 39; more cowbell & # 39; to use during the popular 1976 song, Don & # 39; t Fear the Reaper.
Also in the band were SNL vets Fallon, Chris Parnell, Chris Kattan and Horatio Sanz.
A hit all over the world: Watched in Paris in June for the Champs Elysees Film Festival
Walken then says to the band: & # 39; Guess what? I have a fever and the only recipe is more cowbell! & # 39;
The skit seems to go on forever, because it takes six minutes.
Walken is best known as a serious actor.
In 1979 he won an Oscar for best actor in a supporting role for The Deer Hunter against Robert De Niro and John Savage.
A groundbreaking film: in 1979 he won an Oscar for best actor in a supporting role for The Deer Hunter versus Robert De Niro and John Savage
Another cult classic: Brenda Hillhouse, Walken in the 1994 film Pulp Fiction
The acclaimed star has also appeared in The Dogs of War (1980), The Dead Zone (1983), A View to a Kill (1985), Batman Returns (1992), True Romance (1993), Pulp Fiction (1994), Antz (1998), Vendetta (1999).
And he has also appeared in Sleepy Hollow (1999), Joe Dirt (2001), Catch Me If You Can (2002) and Hairspray (2007).
Ferrell returns for the fifth time on Saturday to organize the show.
A twist on comedy: in the 2006 Click with Adam Sandler movie
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