When comedian Will Ferrell decided to make the comedy Casa de mi Padre as his first Spanish language film, he called upon one of Mexico's finest exports, Gael Garcia Bernal, to play La Onza, the merciless druglord who plagues Ferrell's naïve young rancher, Armando Alvarez, while also reuniting him with his childhood friend Diego Luna for the third time on screen since they first got attention with Alfonso Cuaron's Y Tu Mama Tambien.
Will Ferrell's latest film, Casa de mi Padre, may have fans of the comedian's alcohol-fueled frat flick Old School scratching their heads. In the peculiar comedy, which hits theaters this weekend, the Anchorman star plays Mexican co... Read Post
By now you've probably heard of Casa de mi Padre, Will Ferrell's new comedy that was filmed entirely in Spanish. (Diego Luna and Gael Garcia... Read Post