Funny Video: ‘The Expendables’ Musical

I can’t that people actually liked The Expendables enough for there to be a sequel, but I can believe that there’s a musical parody that I’d rather watch over the original.

It was made by brothers Jon and Al Kaplan who created the Silence Of The Lambs musical (Silence!) off-Broadway in 2005, and the unforgettable viral hit Conan The Barbarian: The Musical.

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Who Doesn’t Have A Musical These Days?

Eddie Murphy baby spice, old baby spice, Beckham fembot spice, blonde spice, and Melanie Chisholm reunited briefly on Tuesday to promote their musical, “Viva Forever.”

Let me get this straight, there’s a U2 Spider-Man musical, one for Greenday, Abba, the South Park guys, Jerry Springer, and The Toxic Avenger?

Remember the good old days when celebrities didn’t care about making their shit sing? And by shit I mean, their masterful works of art – albeit music, movies or TV.

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Cedric Yarbrough As ‘Gandalf The Black’

In 2004 a musical version of Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring was born.

The partially-improvised Fellowship! in its most recent form stars Chris Tallman, original creator Kelly Holden-Bashar, and Reno 911!/The Boondock Saint’s Cedric Yarbrough.

I was listening to Girl On Guy with Aisha Tyler the other day and she happened to be interviewing Yarbrough, who talked about his time as “Gandalf The Black” at Trepany House in Los Angeles.

Fellowship! runs twice every Friday night – through June 29th, 2012. If you live in the area, there’s no excuse not to go.

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