"Between Two Ferns: The Movie" on Netflix (streaming now) presents a star-studded probable finale to the viral internet reign of the absurdist Funny or Die show of the same name, sending host Zach Galifianakis
For anyone who has watched Between Two Ferns online, the fact that the show (or, “show”) has been adapted into a movie (not a "movie") is shocking, to say the least. The interviews are only a few minutes
In January 2008, without any fanfare, an unassuming video was uploaded to the web site Funny or Die in which a then-largely unknown comedian named Zach Galifianakis conducted a painfully awkward interview
Part of the appeal of Zach Galifianakis’ “Between Two Ferns” was how its chintzy Windows 95 aesthetic clashed with the sanitized polish of celebrities like Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, and Ben Stiller.
Some Netflix titles involve anguished discussion over whether the movie will also get a substantial theatrical release. This was not the case for "Between Two Ferns: The Movie." "Netflix was like: Do even
Weekend Preview: ‘Disenchantment,’ ‘Between Two Ferns,’ And ‘Murder In The Bayou’ Kick Off Emmys Weekend
Disenchantment: Season 2: (Netflix, Friday) — Matt Groening’s animated series returns for another round with boozy Princess Bean sailing off in pursuit of Elfo, her half-elf sidekick. Along the way, her
The fine art of humiliating Hollywood: how Between Two Ferns perfected the awkward celebrity interview
For 11 years now, Between Two Ferns has operated on a deceptively simple premise. Zach Galifianakis sits on a cheap office chair in a dingily-lit studio and passive-aggressively belittles an A-list celebrity.
How ‘Between Two Ferns’ went from hilariously awkward web series to hilariously awkward Netflix movie
All 21 episodes of “Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis,” the long-running talk-show parody on Funny Or Die, have the same format: a brief intro to a Muzak version of the theme from “Taxi Driver,”