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  • Come on, imagine you on premiere night to shot you and Jason.

  • You're crying on the roller coaster crowd cheering.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 behind the scene secrets and comedies that make the movie funnier.

  • E looks like a nerdy hillbilly for this list.

  • We're looking at real life filming details that add to our overall enjoyment of the movie moments in question.

  • Which of these gave you a good chuckle?

  • And did you try to reenact our number 10 entry?

  • No, Kelly Clarkson.

  • Hope not tell us in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • Steve Carell actually got his chest waxed.

  • The 40 year old Virgin Steve Carell out did himself with the scene, one of the most hilarious and memorable of his career.

  • Watching Andy get his main of chest hair painfully removed is nothing short of comedic gold.

  • I won't hurt.

  • That was just much.

  • The first one Corals performance is absolutely masterful because, of course it was 100% real.

  • The Onley person he has to blame for the anguish he experienced is himself, as he was the one who insisted they use his riel chest hair director Judd Apatow shot the scene in one take, using five cameras, so the reactions you see on screen are entirely genuine.

  • It would appear that the old adage great art comes from great pain is legit.

  • You know what, guys?

  • This is not a good look for May number nine.

  • Jeremy Renner broke both his arms during a stunt tag.

  • Feeling trapped.

  • Jerry.

  • No, nice acting can be a tough gig.

  • Don't let anybody tell you otherwise.

  • Just ask Jeremy Renner, who broke both his arms while performing a stunt for the movie tag.

  • The stunt required Renner to fall with a stack of 20 ft high chairs, ultimately landing safely on the ground.

  • The problem.

  • Renner fell, but the rigging failed.

  • And did you?

  • When did you did you know it was bad, like once I knew I gotta hit the ground that it's Ah, it was a good with their stars, seriously banged up, the production had to get creative, so they outfitted Renner with a pair of green screen sleeves to cover his casts and added a set of computer generated arms in postproduction Huggies.

  • Attempts to face me failed because he lacks confidence, so for part of the movie.

  • Renner's arms aren't even his own number.

  • Eight For Murray Brothers.

  • One movie Scrooged Working with family can be a tricky endeavor, especially on a film.

  • You invite him to Christmas dinner every year, and every year he's too busy to come.

  • And when are you gonna learn we'll never He's my brother.

  • However, when said family members have this many acting credits between them, it can definitely make the job more manageable.

  • Such was the case for Bill Murray, who, along with his three brothers Brian Doyle Murray, Joel Murray and John Murray, appeared in the 1988 Christmas comedy Scrooged.

  • Daddy I Wonderful Choo Choo was and go out and get a job and buy it chichi.

  • In the film, Brian plays Bill's father.

  • In a flashback, John plays his brother no surprise there, and Joel plays a guest at a party.

  • Look, I got a great brother.

  • Look at this guy here, My brother James.

  • Look how cute he was back then.

  • Now that's what we call a family affair.

  • Number seven Fake New York City Scott Pilgrim versus the World Director Edgar Wright is known for cramming his highly stylized films with mountains of Easter eggs, inside jokes and pop culture references.

  • Scott Pilgrim versus The World is no exception and features a great film industry gag that likely flew over the heads of most viewers.

  • So how'd you end up in Toronto?

  • I just needed to escape, I guess.

  • Oh, yeah, God, this job here and getting it always said Toronto was one of the great cities.

  • So was getting in your boyfriend.

  • The film, which takes place in Toronto, was actually shot.

  • They're making it somewhat of a rarity as many films shot in Toronto use it as a stand in for New York City.

  • Man, this is gonna suck.

  • At least it'll give us something to complain about.

  • Right references, This fact during Scott's fight with Lucas Lee having Scott fly through a fake New York City backdrop on Lee to reveal the city of Toronto on the other side.

  • Oh, prepare the O prepared to feel the wrath of the League of Evil exes.

  • Our hats go off to anyone who noticed this on their first viewing.

  • Number six.

  • Fear of roller coasters knocked up Knocked Up opens with the ultimate dude montage, Seth Rogan and company smoke stage boxing matches, have dance offs and ride roller coasters.

  • Yeah, the latter proved particularly difficult for actor Jay Baruchel, who is deathly afraid of roller coasters.

  • Mark my words, I'm not going on any roller coasters today.

  • Not happening.

  • Before shooting began, he told director Judd Apatow he would appear nude and a later scene if he didn't have to go on the ride.

  • Habito initially agreed, but later reneged on his promise, forcing Barry Shell to join his co stars on the roller coaster.

  • Use it.

  • You try to the fact that in the movie is gonna look so great that you're scared.

  • Something tells us Jay Baruchel didn't have to work very hard to achieve the look of pure terror.

  • He sports in the scene.

  • Honestly, I swear to God, I did start to cry.

  • I started having a major freak out, and I started like a My heart started pounding and I could feel I could feel tears welling up in my eyes.

  • Number five.

  • The fake McDonald's scene was shot in a Wendy's coming to America.

  • This film sees Eddie Murphy playing an African prince who travels to America in search of love All told, he plays four different characters in the film, something he would continue to do for many years thereafter.

  • You must be out, your goddamn man, Joe Louis, The greatest box ever live.

  • I'll be with you, go out in a minute.

  • He would better Clay he bad and Sugar Ray he bad in there.

  • Who that Luke had might look like a bulldog.

  • He batted him.

  • A running joke throughout the film is that Murphy's character works at a clear cut McDonald's rip off called McDowell's.

  • Apparently, McDonald's didn't have a problem with a joke, but in the end, all of the McDowell scenes were shot inside of a Wendy's restaurant.

  • Look, man, a McDonald's people, I got this little misunderstanding.

  • See their McDonald's?

  • I'm McDowell uh, they got the Golden Arches.

  • Mine is the Golden Arcs.

  • The irony of passing off a disused Wendy's as a McDonald's copycat certainly makes coming to America a heck of a lot funnier.

  • They use a sesame seed bun.

  • My buns have no seats.

  • Number four.

  • The spaghetti scene was shot twice Elf.

  • In this classic Christmas comedy, Will Ferrell plays an elf who travels to New York City in search of his father.

  • Excuse me.

  • I'm here to see a Walter Hobbs E Buddy The Elf.

  • The film goes to great lengths to demonstrate how little Buddy knows of the real world with the scene in which he eats a disgusting mixture of spaghetti, maple syrup and candy for breakfast, perfectly illustrating his fish out of water status.

  • We turns out the concoction tasted Justus grosses.

  • It looked well.

  • Farrell was forced to shoot the scene twice after having thrown up on the first attempt.

  • Way said it before, and we'll say it again.

  • Acting can be a tough gig.

  • Number three.

  • Melissa McCarthy Intentionally dressed like guy Fieri.

  • Bridesmaids.

  • Hey, not Air Marshal John.

  • You wanna get back in that restroom and not rest?

  • No, I have to get back to my seat.

  • Yeah, you got to get back on my seat.

  • Uh, well, she had been in the industry for years.

  • Prior to its release, Bridesmaids was unquestionably Melissa McCarthy's breakout role.

  • She even received an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress.

  • Pretty impressive for a character who dresses like govt.

  • In an interview with Conan O'Brien, McCarthy equipped that she modeled her character's appearance after the celebrity chef going so far as to try and quote convinced them to let me wear short, white, spiky hair.

  • While this didn't come to fruition, you can spot McCarthy's character wearing the oversized short sleeved dress shirts Vietti is known for and copying his habit of wearing his sunglasses on the back of his head.

  • How do you look at me now?

  • I think boy, she must breeze through high school.

  • Not the case.

  • Annie.

  • No, this was not easy going up and down the halls.

  • Number two Ed Helms has a fake tooth.

  • The hangover.

  • Hey, Phil, Um, I'm missing a tooth.

  • I can't.

  • Oh, waking up with a nasty hangover is never easy.

  • But waking up with a nasty hangover and a missing tooth would be downright terrifying.

  • Such was the case for Ed Helms.

  • This character in the hangover who awoke minus and incisor Well, turns out no.

  • C g.

  • I was needed for this particular scene as Ed Helms was actually born.

  • Without that tooth, I looked like a nerdy hillbilly.

  • He received a dental implant in his teens and was able to remove it in order to shoot the scene in question.

  • Who would have thought that the ability to remove a tooth on command would come in handy.

  • Why don't you just stop worrying for one minute brought of yourself?

  • I don't know, Phil.

  • Maybe it's because I'm missing a tooth before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • Hugh Grant and Colin Firth's fight scene was improvised.

  • Bridget Jones's diary.

  • This totally explains their lack of coordination.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, no.

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • You're sitting here mistakenly.

  • Repeated line Zoo lander.

  • Kudos to David D Company for rolling with this one.

  • But why Male models?

  • You serious?

  • I just I just told you that a moment ago.

  • Right?

  • The Catalina wine mixer is a real thing.

  • Stepbrothers.

  • The film inspired the event which has been going strong since 2015.

  • I'm just gonna come out saying I'm ready to take on the Catalina wine mixer.

  • Ho ho!

  • Slow down there, Speed Racer.

  • I know what it entails, and I'm ready to nail it.

  • I want it.

  • Okay.

  • I want the Catalina wine mixer.

  • The film inspired a toilet training tool for cats.

  • Meet the parents.

  • We hope Mr Jinx got royalties for that.

  • You won't believe it.

  • He even taught him to use the body.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, that's kind of weird.

  • What's so weird about it Now?

  • We don't have to smell kitty litter all the time.

  • Every word was scripted.

  • The Big Lebowski.

  • Every man and dude was in the script.

  • Wait.

  • Let me explain something to you.

  • I am not Mr Lebowski.

  • You're Mr Lebowski.

  • I'm the dude.

  • So that's what you call May you know, uh, that or, uh his dude nous or dude or or you know, l do.

  • Torino.

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  • Number one Fokker is a riel name.

  • Meet the Fockers.

  • What'd you do, fucker?

  • One of the funniest parts of Meet the parents was Greg's unusual family name.

  • So naturally, it was used as a major selling point for the sequel.

  • Even landing in the title.

  • However, this proved more difficult than the filmmakers had anticipated.

  • In order to use the name, the M P A, the organization in charge of film ratings, requested that they prove Fokker was a real last name.

  • This one looks impressive.

  • Mazel tov.

  • Gaylord and Fokker, World's greatest nurse.

  • Well, turns out, Focker is a real name shared by a number of families, primarily in Canada.

  • To celebrate this fact, Studio decided to hold a Fokker family reunion contest with 25 Fokker's receiving an all expenses paid trip to Universal Studios in Florida.

  • Some Fokker's have all the luck.

  • Low, high, um, everyone I am Ah ha ha.

  • Like you have popcorn stuck in the throat, huh?

  • Okay, Your family.

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