Oh shit Maeby grew up.

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Ahhhh man it's that dude from The Wire too and the girl cop from the docks! Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit.
 
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What did you even see her in?
I like her "Jewy" hair, and tits. She's alright...



 
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Seriously, that asshole is everywhere these days.
And from the looks of this movie with Maeby he's playing "Ed Helms from the Hangover"
Maybe he's going to go down the Vince Vaughn path
 

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Carell's been in more big movies and bigger roles.
 

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Carell's been in more big movies and bigger roles.
I'd wager Helms's Hangover 3 contract will dwarf Everything Carrell has done collectively. Also Hangover and Hangover 2 have been wildly more successful than anything Carrell has done.
 
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Can anyone argue that Ed Helms is the most successful Daily Show Correspondent?
I'd think Colbert is more successful than Ed Helms, and say Carrell is the most successful.

I'd wager Helms's Hangover 3 contract will dwarf Everything Carrell has done collectively. Also Hangover and Hangover 2 have been wildly more successful than anything Carrell has done.
Hangover 1 was good and successful, but overall I don't think it's more so than The Office.
And Ed Helms's role in Hangover is nothing compared to Carrell on The Office.
I'm sure Carrell gets paid a lot for the shitty movies he does as well... Even Almighty, Date Night, Dinner for Schmuck, etc
 

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I'd think Colbert is more successful than Ed Helms, and say Carrell is the most successful.
I love Stephen Colbert, but he has never even been in a remotely successful movie, let alone co-starred in a Billion Dollar film franchise and see above response about exceeding Carrell.

Edit: Forgot Colbert was President in Monsters Vs. Aliens, but still no where near as successful as Helms, but Colbert is funnier than any of them including Jon Stewart.
 
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I was editing...
But just because Helms was in The Hangover doesn't make him more successful. Helms has a bit part on a sitcom and was a 1/4 co-star in a movie.
Hasn't done anything else really.
 

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Yeah I didn't know it made that much. I always saw it as another run-of-the-mill 2000's comedy. I will admit though it's the one thing he's not incredibly annoying in.
 

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Helms is in a successful franchise, but it's like saying Zack G. is more important than Steve Carrell. Carrell is a far bigger star than Helms. Carrell can still headline major movies (see: Crazy, Sexy, Love; Date Night; Megamind), Helms' major starring role was Cedar Rapids. SC beats Helms easily. It's more than just contract price, and I'd bet SC in The Office made more than EH in TH.
 

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I was editing...
But just because Helms was in The Hangover doesn't make him more successful. Helms has a bit part on a sitcom and was a 1/4 co-star in a movie.
Hasn't done anything else really.
I agree he needs to do more, but his character is arguably the biggest comedic draw in The Hangover movies. Cooper is the straight man and Galifankis just sets things in motion.
 
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Helms is in a successful franchise, but it's like saying Zack G. is more important than Steve Carrell. Carrell is a far bigger star than Helms.
Or "Roller Girl". She was in the movie just about as much as everyone, wasn't she?
 

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I agree he needs to do more, but his character is arguably the biggest comedic draw in The Hangover movies. Cooper is the straight man and Galifankis just sets things in motion.
I'd say Galif is the bigger draw.
 

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Helms is in a successful franchise, but it's like saying Zack G. is more important than Steve Carrell. Carrell is a far bigger star than Helms.
My point isn't to start the Ed Helms fan club, but to rather point out what a miserable failure Carrell's film career has been.
 

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My point isn't to start the Ed Helms fan club, but to rather point out what a miserable failure Carrell's film career has been.
You can't point out one anomaly (TH franchise) and act like that defines everything.
 

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SC

40 YOV: 109 million
Evan Almighty: 100 million (seriously?)
Dan in Real Life: $47 million
Horton Hears A Who: $154 million
Get Smart: $130 million
Date Night: $98 million
Despicable Me: $251 million
Dinner for Shmucks: $78 million

I'd say that's a respectable film career (and yes, I purposely left out Anchorman).

Helms:
Hangover: $277 million
The Goods: $15 million
Cedar Rapids: $6 million
Hangover 2: $252 million