Because it was one take and Carell's screams were genuine you can also see several cast members breaking character and laughing.During one scene, the characters joke about Matt Damon, something that Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd felt guilty about.Carell's face shines with sublime innocence as he goes about being an inventory clerk by day and a reclusive collector of superhero and film memorabilia at night.When three co-workers -- David (Paul Rudd), Jay (Romany Malco) and Cal (Seth Rogen) -- need a fourth player for a poker game, they reluctantly rope him in.But, under the helm of long-time producer and first time director Judd Apatow, who co-wrote the script with Carell, puts a fresh, original spin on the material that is vulgar, raunchy and damn funny.
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