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Just in time for Christmas, Jack Black and Jason Segel have recorded an updated version of the 1977 hit Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth, the same track David Bowie and Bing Crosby made famous a while back. College Humor posted an animated video to go along with the song which shows Segal visiting his next door neighbor Black to borrow an ingredient for his ginger bread. Segal spots a pianoe and ends up getting a refresher in the holiday spirit as the two launch into a rendition of the famous Christmas tune. Enjoy!
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They have recorded an updated version of the 1977 hit “Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth,” which featured David Bowie and Bing Crosby on vocals. While Black and Segel are definitely a different genre, it definitely is worth checking out. Watch it after the jump.
“Why it’s Jason Segel the actor!”
“Hi Jack Black.”
Featuring a classic cartoon animation style, the video, posted on College Humor, starts off with a conversation between the two actors. Segel is paying a neighborly visit to borrow some ginger but then spots the piano, and a duet is born.
It is actually good, keeping the classical Yuletide tone while providing elements of rock, in typical Jack Black style. It is available for download on iTunes.
I found their cartoon »
- Talia Soghomonian
Jack Black and Jason Segel have recorded and released a new version of 'Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy', which was made famous by Bing Crosby and David Bowie in 1977. An animated video of the pair has arrived on comedy site College Humor, beginning with How I Met Your Mother's Segel arriving at Black's house requesting some ginger, before spotting a piano. When Segel asks to play a song, Black says: "I must warn you, that piano's been sprinkled (more) »
- By Tom Eames
See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.
Courtesy of College Humor, the two stars get animated to sing a version of the "Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth" mashup popularized by Bing Crosby and David Bowie in 1977 for the "Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas" special.
What's kind of cool is that the new version is still very sedate, filled with the banal small talk that was a hallmark of the original.
"It always helps to play a holiday carol when I'm feeling fretful," says cartoon Segel before launching into the song.
We also quite like cartoon Black's Christmas tree sweater and how they captured that manic look in his eyes.
Here's the original version for comparison:
Which version do you prefer? »
Woody Allen turns 75 today. I wasn't aware his birthday was any kind of internet event. Sure, the Diamond Anniversary of the birth one of the most influential American film directors of all time doesn't receive as much attention from the internet as something like Talk Like a Pirate Day, but it's getting some play. New York newspaper articles, the launch of the third season of independent web series duder, and the following spoof tribute on Comedy Central's Atom.com shows Allen maintains at least some degree of credibility in internet pop culture. In Woody Allen, This is Crazy, Tony Forkush provides the uncanny vocal impersonation of Allen (which is so good, there's even a disclaimer at the top of the video indicating it's not the real deal), while the very talented, Streamy Award-winning animator Dan Meth provides the visual effects, spot on dialogue, and Allen's picture perfect neurotic, »
- Joshua Cohen
5 items from 2010
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