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Will Ferrell & Genesis Rodriguez Talk 'Casa de mi Padre'!

Will Ferrell & Genesis Rodriguez Talk 'Casa de mi Padre'!

Will Ferrell, Genesis Rodriguez, and Diego Luna recently made an appearance on MTV at the Movies’ Pelis and Popcorn show to chat about their new flick Casa de mi Padre!

The co-stars sat down with host Karli Henriquez to dish about making the film, funny things that happened on set, and even their favorite Spanish words.

Casa de mi Padre is about the Alvarez brothers (Ferrell and Luna) who find themselves in a war with Mexico’s most feared drug lord while scheming on a way to save their father’s ranch.

Make sure to check out the film, which is in theaters now, and watch the complete 20 minute interview below! For more interviews, click over to Tr3s.com.









Will Ferrell & Genesis Rodriguez Talk ‘Casa de mi Padre’
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  • http://website,computer Dave From Canada

    Will’s new movie came in at only #9 at the box office for the weekend, taking in only 2.2 million dollars – not good. I think it’s that strange title(can’t pronouce it) that helped to do it in. Better luck next time Will!

  • Reality

    It came out at #9 in spite of it only being a limited release. Next week, when it will be a wide release, it should easily be in the top 1 or 2 movies. #Truth

  • Elisa

    Karli Henriquez from MTV Tr3s she’s so funny.. I listen to her on KISS FM

  • Jorge Diaz

    Loved this interview thank you for the post

  • MDL

    Dave From Canada:
    Casa de mi Padre is not hard to pronounce! Crazy. And it was #9 at the box office because it only opened in select markets. It actually did very well considering the number of screens it was on.