Nick (Michael Cera) is a brainy teen stuck in a time warp. He listens to Frank Sinatra music and watches movie classics from the '50s. When he meets Sheeni (Portia Doubleday), his soulmate, he will do anything to be near her. He even takes on a French alter ego to woo her. Jean Smart plays Nick's mother, while Zach Galifianakis is one of Nick's friends. Directed by Miguel Arteta. With Fred Willard, Ray Liotta, and Adhir Kalyan. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2009.
Fred Willard in Youth in Revolt
In the year is 2700, WALL-E is the last robot on Earth. With all the humans gone, WALL-E spends his days alone cleaning up all the trash they left behind. But, when EVE, a robot probe sent to recover the last plant on Earth, shows up, WALL-E falls in love, and begins an adventure across the galaxy. Directed by Andrew Stanton. With John Ratzenberger, Sigourney Weaver, Fred Willard and Jeff Garlin. Categories: Animation, Comedy, Family, Romance, Sci-Fi. Year: 2008.
Fred Willard in WALL-E
When Ira Black (Chris Messina), an indecisive, neurotic graduate student, meets Abby Willoughby (Jennifer Westfeldt), a free spirit who cousels her friends at the gym where she works, they quickly fall in love and decide to get married all in the matter of hours. But, when, Ira learns that Abby is a divorcee, their marriage becomes strained and they find themelves in therapy - along with each of their parents. Directed by Robert Cary. With Jason Alexander, Chris Parnell, Fred Willard, Frances Conroy, Robert Klein and Judith Light. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2006.
Fred Willard in Ira and Abby
When DJ (Mitchel Musso) is left alone by his parents on Halloween, he tries to find out the truth about a scary house in the neighborhood. He and his friends Chowder (Sam Lerner) and Jenny (Spencer Locke) discover that the house is a living creature that drags in everyone it can get its hands on - and doesn't let them out. Now they have to convince a local cop and their mean babysitter (Maggie Gyllenhaal) to do something about this terrifying place. Directed by Gil Kenan. With Ryan Newman, Fred Willard and Catherine O'Hara. Categories: Animation, Family, Fantasy, Mystery. Year: 2006.
Fred Willard in Monster House
Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza invite some of thebiggest names in entertainment to give their take on the world's dirtiest joke, an old burlesque routine, too extreme to be performed in public. Comedians, including George Carlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Drew Carey, Gilbert Gottfried, Bob Saget, Paul Reiser and Sarah Silverman, reminisce, analyze, deconstruct the joke before delivering their own raunchy versions. Directed by Paul Provenza. With Jason Alexander, Hank Azaria, Howie Mandel, Jon Stewart, Robin Williams and many more. Categories: Documentary, Comedy. Year: 2005.
Fred Willard in The Aristocrats
Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), a self-centered, sexist news reporter, rules the airwaves in 1970s San Diego. Beloved by the community and comfortable in his position of power, Burgundy's world comes crashing down when Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), a strong, opinionated newswoman, sabotages his career and takes over the evening news. Kicked to the curb, Burgandy falls apart, becoming a shell of his former self, until a news emergency gives him one last shot to regain his crown. Directed Adam McKay. With Steve Carell, David Koechner, Paul Rudd and Fred Willard. Categories: Cult Classics, Comedy. Year: 2004.
Fred Willard in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
Getting fast food is supposed to be easy. But, when Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn), two stoner roommates, set out on a late-night run to White Castle, they find themselves in a series of life changing adventures that include riding a cheetah and getting their car stolen by Doogie Howser (Neil Patrick Harris). Directed by Danny Leiner. With David Krumholtz, Anthony Anderson and Ryan Reynolds. Categories: Adventure, Comedy. Year: 2004.
Fred Willard in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
The crew from “American Pie” reunites to see their friends, Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) walk down the aisle. Since Jim’s grandmother (Angela Paton) has fallen ill, they attempt to throw the wedding together in two weeks. Of course, Jim’s friends find a way to lighten the mood, as Stifler (Seann William Scott) fixates on throwing him an unforgettable bachelor party. And, lucky for Jim, his dad (Eugene Levy) decides to dispense even more precious pearls of wisdom in preparation for his married life. Directed by Jesse Dylan. With Eddie Kaye Thomas, Thomas Ian Nicholas, January Jones, Molly Cheek, Deborah Rush and Fred Willard. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2003.
Fred Willard in American Wedding
Silas (Method Man) and Jamal (Redman) ace their college entrance exams with the help of some magical marijuana that raises their IQs. Managing to be accepted into Harvard, everything goes right for these two stoners until their super weed run out. On their own, they'll have to outsmart the meddling Dean Cain (Obba Babatundé) and still find time to party. Directed by Jesse Dylan. With Mike Epps, Fred Willard, Jeffrey Jones, Hector Elizondo, Lark Voorhies and Essence Atkins. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2001.
Fred Willard in How High