Even though their movie doesn't open until March 2, that hasn't stopped Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim from promoting the comedy Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie. They've enlisted the help of some familiar faces to help spread the word that they want you to see the movie in theaters and not to BitTorrent i.e. steal it. Check out the videos below and catch the full slate over on the BDMPledge YouTube channel.
The videos below include Paul Rudd with his kid, Weird Al Yankovich signing the pledge in fake blood and Fred Armisen signing the pledge on an iPad with a Sharpie, plus more.
Weird Al Yankovich
Andy Samburg and Rashida Jones
Who is this Weird Al Yankovich? He looks very similar to multi-Grammy award winning comedic song writer 'Weird Al' Yankovic, but has an extra 'h' in his name.
Tim and Eric is nothing but crap, the show is anything BUT funny and the movie will ultimately suck. It'll fail no matter what so I'm thinking we should let Tim and Eric's movie release the same day as The Avengers since it'll fail no matter what.
Why would you even waste your time reading this let alone to leave a comment if you aren't a fan? What in the hell is wrong with you people? For all the fans out there you should check out the fan pledges on BDMpledge Youtube channel. They are even more hilarious because everyone is trying so hard to get T&E's attention lol :) This one is the BEST of the fanmade BEST [BLOCKED WEBSITE]
This pledge means nothing to me. Tim and Eric make horsesh**...
This isn't even worth stealing. Waste of time.
Yeah...people on the internet are usually angry and critical, even though they haven't accomplished anything of value and have no real justification for the things they say.
Tim and Eric are basically geniuses at doing their very specific type of humor. I can't wait to see the movie, given it is playing within fifty (50) miles of my location.
this movie doesnt deserve a bittorrent download, it looks terrible.
Viral marketing at it's best! Keep it going!
well guess what movie i will bit torrent and also whose movies i won't be seeing anytime soon
I watched "Contraband" at a Carmike Cinema theater last week. This was the first movie in nearly a year that looked interesting enough -- and played at our small town theater -- to attend.
I had forgotten the ads and trailers and promotions that are scheduled *after* the movie start time.
I won't be back for a long, long time.
If you want to encourage theater attendance, then fix the rotten aspects of theaters -- popcorn that causes me to be sick, ads and trailers that waste my time and introduce intentional short term attention disruptions (ads, that is). Fix the inordinate prices for a heavily marketed period of my life.
And you wonder why people prefer to avoid the marketing distortions and distractions.
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Well the link was filtered but it was Carmike theater's website
yea quit complaining on here. we don't want to hear it
definitely looking forward to this. i will be there opening night as long as it plays in my crappy city.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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