With every great comedy movie usually comes some sort of colorful villain who ends up becoming one of the most memorable characters of the whole movie. From Dr. Evil in Austin Powers to Bill Lumbergh in Office Space, these comedy flicks wouldn't be the same without their villains, and now movie buffs are turning to Reddit to point out comedy villain details that were easy to miss on a first viewing.
All of these details contain the element of surprise, but some may shock readers more than others. One thing is for certain, though, and it's that readers will develop newfound knowledge regarding villains from comedy flicks they never knew they needed.
Give It Away In 'The Big Lebowski'Photo: Gramercy Pictures
From Redditor u/wrapyourfruit:
In The Big Lebowski (1998), the nihilists are also members of the fictional band Autobahn. One of the nihilists is Flea, the bassist from the real band, The Red Hot Chili Peppers.Interesting detail?
Liam Neeson Wanted To Prove 'Family Guy' Wrong By Appearing In 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'Photo: Universal Pictures
From Redditor u/DuctapeCat:
When Liam Neeson was asked to play the antagonist in A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) (directed by Seth McFarlane), he accepted due to a scene in Family Guy where Peter says, “Imagine Liam Neeson in a Western! Ha! With that funny accent of his!”Interesting detail?
Mugatu Was Named After A 'Star Trek' Villain In 'Zoolander'
From Redditor u/Numerous-Lemon:
In Zoolander (2001), Mugatu was named after a Star Trek villain, called Mugato. Confirmed by Ben Stiller on Twitter.Interesting detail?
Is It The Same Chaz?Photo: Blades of Glory / Paramount Pictures
From Redditor u/Gr34t3rG00d:
Will Ferrell in Blades of Glory plays a sex addict named Chaz - funny enough, his character in Wedding Crashers is also named Chaz, and he crashes funerals for sex.Interesting detail?