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Newswire: Ed Begley Jr. is hung like a donkey in this exclusive Mascots clip

This Thursday, Netflix premieres Mascots, Christopher Guest’s first feature as a director since 2006’s For Your Consideration. This particular gently mocking faux-documentary delves into the particularly goofy world of competitive sports mascots (not to be confused with regular furries, who are not to be confused with those other, sex-obsessed furries). And from the looks of this exclusive clip, featuring A.
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As someone who treasures her 20-year-old “Waiting for Guffman” plastic lunch box, I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Netflix’s “ Mascots.” The fifth of filmmaker Christopher Guest’s string of comical faux documentaries (not...

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Christopher Guest has explored the worlds of dog shows, folk music, and stage musicals. Now, he's turning his satirical eye on mascot competitions, and we're stoked. Netflix released the first trailer for Guest's "Mascots," and it's...

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Watch Ed Begley Jr. Remember the Glory Days as Danny the Donkey in Mascots

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

This Thursday, Christopher Guest’s mockumentary, Mascots, will hit Netflix and select theaters. But until then, enjoy Ed Begley Jr. reminiscing about the glory days as Danny the Donkey. Although now a competition judge, A.J. Blumqui...

Christopher Guest on why he values spontaneity over script

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