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Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and a vulture in Dinner for SchmucksIt truly is a fantastic scene and it's made even funnier with actor {16}, who is probably best known for his various roles on the British TV series Little Britain. We got to chat with him briefly and he told us a bit about how much they were allowed to improvise on the set.
Steve Carell and Paul Rudd star in Dinner for SchmucksBack in April I was able to give you a little {0} of my set visit to {1}, which took place last December at the Paramount lot. Now that the film is set to open in theaters nationwide this Friday, July 30, I can tell you all of the details surrounding my visit, which turned out to be one of the best set visits I've ever had the privilege to be a part of.
Zach Galifianakis and Ron Livingston chat over a Dinner for Schmucks{37}  It's a financial company.  The idea is that they do, you know, the old school leverage buy outs.  You know, find a perfectly good company, buy it and carve it up.  Which, in a way, is the same thing that they are doing to the people that they are bringing in.  Just bringing 'em in and carving them up.
The vulture creating havoc in Dinner for Schmucks{54}  Yeah, I don't think it is so much improv[ising] with them, as trying to keep up.  Yeah, when Steve and Zach and Paul... Paul is fantastic at improv.  When those guys get going, you just kind of hang on to your chair and try to not drop the ball.

Dinner for Schmucks tells the story of Tim (Paul Rudd), a guy on the verge of having it all. The only thing standing between him and total career success is finding the perfect guest to bring to his boss' annual Dinner for Extraordinary People, an event where the winner of the evening brings the most eccentric character as his guest. Enter Barry (Steve Carell), a guy with a passion for dressing mice up in tiny outfits to recreate great works of art. From Jay Roach, director of Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers comes an unforgettable feast about two unlikely friends and one very memorable dinner.