Terry Crews From Middle Men Makes Appearance in Scary Movie 5


Scary Movie 5, the fifth installment of the Scary Movie Franchise, hit theaters on Friday. Terry Crews from Middle Men joined Simon Rex for a Hilarious Planet Of The Apes scene.  The movie stars Ashley Tisdale and Simon Rex as a couple with a newborn baby, getting stalked by a demon.  Scary Movie 5 parodies many popular movies from the past couple of years.  Most of the movie is parodied after Paranormal Activity and Mama, but other movies that come into play include The Black Swan, Madea, and even Inception with an actor who looks a lot like a shorter less handsome version of Leo DiCaprio.

Scary Movie 5

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Simon Rex and Ashley Tisdale at The Scary Movie 5 Premier

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Helping Ashley Tisdale and Simon Rex spoof the latest in pop culture are Terry Crews,


Sarah Hyland, Molly Shannon, Jerry O’Connell, and Katt Williams, among others.  There is also a handful of actors playing themselves in the movie like Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan in the opening scene.  Snoop dogg and Mike Tyson also make appearances.


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Seth MacFarlane and the Beautiful Kristin Chenoweth will be performing together in an Amazing Collaboration at the 85th ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS SHOW…

(photo via NY Times)  Seth MacFarlane Creating Some of That New Black Magic MacFarlane shows he is a devotee of the American Songbook in “Swingin’ in Concert,”

Under Mr. MacFarlane’s cherubic facade is a streak of mischief. Because he is a great mimic with a storehouse of cartoon voices developed for animated characters, you’re bound to wonder to what degree his crooning voice is a kind of impersonation. Like Mr. Lawrence, Mr. MacFarlane keeps emotional involvement in lyrics at arm’s length.

At the same time, his fun-loving geniality is never condescending. He is invested in what he sings. Discussing “It’s Easy to Remember,” he notes that the lyricist Lorenz Hart could “utterly paralyze you with regret,” then adds respectfully that Hart “was a depressed alcoholic, but wrote a lot of great songs because of it.” The presence of Michael Feinstein— who introduces Mr. MacFarlane, calls himself a “MacFarlane-aholic” and jokes that he is encroaching on his territory — certifies Mr. MacFarlane’s seriousness.

His saucy between-song comments are only slightly milder than his jibes as a Comedy Central Roast Master (most recently of Charlie Sheen).

“Don’t think of this as the music your grandparents listened to,” he says, “but as the music your grandparents listened to while they were making your parents.”



Seth MacFarlane loves a good song and dance as anyone who’s watched Family Guy or seen the cartoon mastermind’s big band show can certainly agree.

So it comes as no surprise that the first-time Oscar host is joining forces with Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth for a post-Best Picture Award musical performance to cap Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.

“After the Best Picture Award has been given, Seth and Kristin will perform a special number, and we think it will be a ‘can’t miss’ moment,” said Oscar show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron in a statement.


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