“Steve Carell is a comic wonder” and “Paul Rudd is terrific” (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) in the hilarious and “genius” (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times) comedy DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS, setting a date on DVD and Blu-ray Jan 4, 2011 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Directed by Jay Roach (Meet The Parents, Meet The Fockers), who was awarded Comedy Director of the Decade at ShoWest in 2010,
DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS is the “outrageously funny” (Shaun Edwards, Fox-TV) and heartwarming story of a rising executive (Rudd) who inadvertently finds a way to fast-track his career by participating in his boss’s exclusive dinner party, at which the winning executive brings the biggest buffoon. Enter Barry (Carell), an IRS employee with a penchant for creating historical dioramas with mice, and you have a recipe for one outrageous dinner and “the funniest movie since The Hangover” (ABC 7 News).
The film also boasts an extraordinary supporting cast of comedic talent including Zach Galifianakis (Due Date, The Hangover), Jemaine Clement (“The Flight of the Conchords”), Jeff Dunham (“The Jeff Dunham Show”), Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek), Ron Livingston (Office Space), Lucy Punch (You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger), David Walliams (“Little Britain USA”), Larry Wilmore (“The Office”) and Kristen Schaal (Get Him To The Greek).
The DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS DVD and Blu-ray presentations include uproarious special features such as a behind-the-scenes look with the cast called “The Biggest Schmucks in the World”, a hilarious gag reel entitled “Schmuck Ups” and deleted scenes. The Blu-ray also includes a look at the men behind the Mousterpieces, a montage of the guests at the infamous dinner and a spoof of LeBron James’ press conference by Steve Carell and Paul Rudd.
Both discs include the following special features (in HD on Blu-ray disc):
· The Biggest Schmucks in the World
· Schmuck Ups—Gag Reel
· Deleted Scenes
The Blu-ray also includes the following in HD, in addition to the above:
· The Men Behind the Mousterpieces
· Meet The Winners
· Paul and Steve: The Decision—LeBron James press conference spoof