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Jerry O'Connell Spoofs Steve Harvey's Memo to Employees with Jerry Minor & Funny or Die (Video)

Jerry O’Connell and comedian Jerry Minor have teamed up for a Funny or Die video spoofing the memo that Steve Harvey recently sent to employees.

The Family Feud and talk show host sent a letter to his staff telling them not to disturb him in his dressing room or the hallways at the studio. If they want to speak to him, they have to make an appointment and they are not allowed to bring guests to meet him.

In the spoof, Minor plays Harvey while O’Connell plays one of several employees who interrupt him throughout his day. Watch below!

Funny or Die Hilariously Makes 'Get Out' About the Trumps

If you have seen the movie Get Out, you need to watch the hilarious spoof that Funny or Die has made about the film!

The comedy website made a new trailer for the horror-comedy and replaced Allison Williams‘ character with Ivanka Trump, who takes her African-American boyfriend (Daniel Kaluuya) home to the White House to meet her father, President Trump.

Make sure to watch all the way through for a funny appearance from Kanye West!

Get Out writer-director Jordan Peele is loving the spoof and tweeted, “Holy sh-t. This had me,” along with three skull emojis.

Ben Affleck Has a Heavy Boston Accent While Urging New Hampshire Residents to Vote in 'Funny or Die' Video!

Ben Affleck explains that he’s “basically from New Hampshire” in this new Funny or Die video, in collaboration with NextGen Climate.

The 44-year-old Accountant star and Boston native encourages people from New Hampshire to vote this November.

“So if you give a sh-t about women’s rights, if you care about keeping the environment safe for future generations…then guess who’s got your back in this election. That’s right, my, basically, home state: New Hampshire,” Ben says.

Watch the Funny or Die video below!

Ben Affleck Funny or Die Voting Video

Johnny Depp Removes His Donald Trump Makeup in This Video

Johnny Depp played the role of presidential candidate Donald Trump in a new video for Funny Or Die and now a behind-the-scenes clip has been released.

The 52-year-old actor is seen pulling off the makeup on his face and it’s mesmerizing and a little frightening to watch at the same time.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Johnny Depp

At the end of the video, Johnny is seen looking into the mirror and giving himself the middle finger. “F–k you,” he says to his reflection.

Make sure to watch the full sketch too!

Johnny Depp Plays Donald Trump in Funny or Die's Movie 'Art of the Deal' - Watch Now!

Johnny Depp parodies Donald Trump in this full 50-minute spoof movie, The Art of the Deal, brought to you by Funny or Die.

The premise is that the film was originally supposed to air on TV in 1988, but got bumped out of the lineup because of a long football game.

Also appearing in the film are Patton Oswalt as Merv Griffin, Henry Winkler as Mayor Ed Koch, Michaela Watkins as Ivana Trump, as well as Alfred Molina, Andy Richter, Jack McBrayer, Robert Morse, and Room‘s Jacob Tremblay.

Carly Rae Jepsen Sings for Change in Funny or Die Video

Carly Rae Jepsen is no stranger to singing in front of large crowds but this time, she’s performing on the street.

The 30-year-old singer hits the Third Street Promenade as a street performer in Los Angeles in the latest Funny or Die clip!

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Carly Rae Jepsen

It took a while for people to recognize exactly who she was but once she started belting out familiar tunes like “Call Me Maybe” she got the whole crowd to sing along! By the end of her mini-concert, she collected a total of $35!

Watch the funny video below!

Matt McGorry Helps You Master the Trampoline for Funny or Die

Matt McGorry is going to help you get into shape… and also help you get rid of your fear of dying from a trampoline accident.

The 29-year-old How to Get Away with Murder actor stars in a new video for Funny or Die in which he plays a fitness guru whose family died from jumping on the trampoline. His program is made to help you conquer the fear of death by trampoline in only 10,000 jumps.

Unfortunately for Matt‘s character, things don’t exactly go well in the end. Watch below!


Master The Trampoline with Matt McGorry