He wanted to re-team with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on a project that involved collapsing bunk beds. Popular on Variety. Ferrell and myself knew we wanted to work with John C. The three of us started kicking around ideas, and I had an idea at one point that was just something about the two of them in bunk beds. That was kind of it. Instantly, both of them took to it, and we started kicking around ideas from our childhood. What is adulthood? John C.
Life goes haywire for Dale Doback and Brennan Huff at the start of the film when their parents, Robert and Nancy, meet at a conference, fall in love and get married. The pair are thrust together in the same house and even have to share a bedroom. Although this is a common occurrence for a lot of children in modern families these days, the main difference here is that Dale and Brennan are year-old men. Things get off to a rough, and hilarious, start for the new step brothers, played by John C.
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Back in October of last year I got to do something really cool…. Reilly as two grown men that still live at home. Will plays Brennan Huff, a sporadically employed thirty-nine-year-old who lives with his mother, Nancy Mary Steenburgen. John plays Dale Doback, a terminally unemployed forty-year-old who lives with his father, Robert Richard Jenkins. When Robert and Nancy marry and move in together, Brennan and Dale are forced to live with each other as step brothers. As their narcissism and downright aggressive laziness threaten to tear the family apart, these two middle-aged, immature, overgrown boys will orchestrate an insane, elaborate plan to bring their parents back together. To pull it off, they must form an unlikely bond that maybe, just maybe, will finally get them out of the house.
And it died. Welcome to the neighborhood! My name is Craig. If you guys need any fertilizer, I've got a lot of it; Close to 80 tons. Sprechen Sie Dick? Brennan Huff: In regards to Robert and Nancy, who are retiring, selling their residence and having him and Dale live on their own as adults Hold on; We're not going on the boat