Sometimes, you're just so busy you have to send a look-alike to events in your place.
Well, you do if you're Hannibal Buress. The "Spider-Man: Homecoming" actor missed the film's premiere in Hollywood on Wednesday night, but thanks to the powers of the internet, he was able to find a look-alike to send in his place. After offering up $500 for the gig on Twitter, Buress connected with Joe Carroll, a Nashville man who was ready to impersonate the comedian on the red carpet.
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Actor Joe Carroll stepped in for the comedian on Wednesday night in Hollywood.
Comedian Hannibal Buress pranked Wednesday night's premiere of "Spider-man: Homecoming" by sending a lookalike in his place.